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Greetings,

The short version is that my builder is an idiot and painted majority of the interior of my house the wrong color. The rooms he got right are painted in SW Promar 400 paints. I discovered that the rooms he painted the wrong color are SW A100 paint, which says it is for exterior application. Can you just prime over it and repaint or does it have any, i don't know, special exterior hardeners or something that would require sanding. I know very little about paints and would appreciate any input.

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S
 

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Greetings,

The short version is that my builder is an idiot and painted majority of the interior of my house the wrong color. The rooms he got right are painted in SW Promar 400 paints. I discovered that the rooms he painted the wrong color are SW A100 paint, which says it is for exterior application. Can you just prime over it and repaint or does it have any, i don't know, special exterior hardeners or something that would require sanding. I know very little about paints and would appreciate any input.

Thanks,

S
Should be no problem to have a professional painter come over to your place to take a look, and then go over your options and give you an estimate.
Good luck.
 

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