hey, i am painting a pourch ceiling. it is new wood and is not smooth plywood. it is the plyboard that has groves running the length of the ceiling. i used a 3/4 inch nap on 1st coat of primer, but couldnt get the groves fillied in. should i try a larger nap or suck it up and use a brush which will take forever. thanks
It's always easier if you can get a couple of coats on the wood before it's fixed if you get some warning a day or two before it goes up. I like to get at least one coat one new wood before it's fixed if I can.
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