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Not sure scuff sand and vacuuming is really that much hand work, maybe couple minutes per window. If there's ever a problem I'd hate to tell them I didn't even bother scuffing.

I've heard good things about that xim bonding primer though, my store has it but I haven't used it. Ever have tannin bleed problems with that stuff or does it seal it?

Why do you use two primer coats on lacquered cabinets? Seems like a lot of extra work;)
scuff sanding also serves to provide friction while you are brushing and rolling
 

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I think that it is better to use primer under the top coating. I am from Spain, navigate to Benidorm Beach Live Webcam - Spain - World Cams . And due to climate here it is vital to create favorable conditions for the paint to stick well and not come off very soon. So it is better to consult with the specialists locally to find the best way of painting. Besides, every paint has its only use instructions. Read them well before painting.
 

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I think that it is better to use primer under the top coating. I am from Spain, navigate to Benidorm Beach Live Webcam - Spain - World Cams . And due to climate here it is vital to create favorable conditions for the paint to stick well and not come off very soon. So it is better to consult with the specialists locally to find the best way of painting. Besides, every paint has its only use instructions. Read them well before painting.
Why does your profile show a Ukrainian Flag?
Wait, I though you were from Atlanta?
 

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Cabinet coat will stick and pass the fingernail test over clean, scuff-sanded oil finishes. If it's not properly prepped, stix might fail also.
 
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