Exactly why i'm asking this question for insight. I'm not super familiar with centurion so was looking for feedback. If I had the solution I wouldnt have askedYour solution to a explosion proof system is to use a lacquer undercoater?
They have a 1K tooDoes Milesi not carry a waterbased bonding primer? I'm surprised that alot of these companies including MLC do not carry compatible waterborne bonding primers for a repaint scenario. Most of them say complete removal of previous coating is recommended. That 1107 does look pretty good except that it is 2k. Would prefer 1k.
Is the 1108 for new wood only?They have a 1K too
CW-1108 Universal Wood Primer - Centurion Wood CoatingsThis white acrylic polyurethane primer is designed to be used in interior applications where extreme chemical and moisture resistance are required.centurionwoodcoatings.com
You can use it for new wood, mdf and refinish workIs the 1108 for new wood only?
I went to use it and it was very thick, I had to thin it with water. Is the 1108 really worth it compared to SW wall and Wood primer or even Extreme Bond?You can use it for new wood, mdf and refinish work
Yes its a good product for its intended use case. Also still a big fan of the lenmar 1WB.200 undercoater. SW wall and wood is pretty unremarkable I don't know why anyone would use it unless it was provided no other option. Extreme bond too expensive and slow for MDF trim package.I went to use it and it was very thick, I had to thin it with water. Is the 1108 really worth it compared to SW wall and Wood primer or even Extreme Bond?