can i use water base paint over oil base paint
Yes, you can
You can paint over Thompsons Water Seal after 3-4 days with an oil based paint and after 30 days with a water based paint or stain.
Yes, you can paint latex paint over polyurethane stain after applying an oil-based primer.
Yes, after waiting at least six months after applying the latex stain..
yes any oil base can be appplied over water base but not the oppposite
No, you can't .
If you paint over the "weathered" paint, it will chip and cause the stain to come off. Also, the stain needs a clean sanded surface in order for the wood to absorb it. Otherwise, there is no reason to use stain.
Yes, you can use epoxy paint over any other paint.
No But you can put oil based over water based paints.
Yes, you can paint over water based primer with either water-base or oil-base paint. Just be sure to do so within two weeks of applying the primer or it will be too hard to bond optimally.
No, you need primer first.
can you stain over kool deck pool paint
No, it won't get a good grip on polyurethane.
It's impossible to use a stain OVER paint. the surface is already sealed and a stain needs to obsorb. the surface but stripped of any paint etc. first
No, you need to remove the paint first.
Yes, if you re-primer the wall prior to painting with water-based paint.
The main difference between concrete paint and stain is that stain is colored and thinner. Concrete paint is used mainly to paint over top of existing concrete while stain will change the color. Stain is used more indoors than the paint.
Yes you can.
You generally don't put primer of any kind over paint. If you have bare wood on the outside of a house you can paint the bare wood with oil base primer and get a little on the old latex paint.
Get a new dry wall or paint over it. The stain stainsthe wall, so you can pretty much only paint over it.
I don't see why not as long as the ware based paint is all in good shape.