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I have a new piece of riveted plywood on the wall under a covered porch. We had the not so good idea of staining it with One Time. It looked horrible. After it cured, we primed it with Behr Multi-Surface Stain Blocking Primer and Sealer. We are now 10 days out and it is still very tacky. I can scrape it off with my nail and it feels like a piece of chewed gum.

Is there any way to save this situation without stripping and repriming?
 

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I have a new piece of riveted plywood on the wall under a covered porch. We had the not so good idea of staining it with One Time. It looked horrible. After it cured, we primed it with Behr Multi-Surface Stain Blocking Primer and Sealer. We are now 10 days out and it is still very tacky. I can scrape it off with my nail and it feels like a piece of chewed gum.

Is there any way to save this situation without stripping and repriming?
How long did you wait before priming?
 

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