Can you use epoxy paint over water base paint?
Yes, you can use epoxy paint over any other paint.
Yes.you can paint over epoxy pool paint with epoxy. Make sure the surface is degreased first.
Only if the water based paint is a primer. If not,then paint a primer first.
Yes, you can paint over latex with epoxy.
Yes, you can paint epoxy over polyurethane.
Epoxy primer has to go over a bare surface otherwise it can act as a stripper, causing the base coat, along with the newly applied epoxy to delaminate or lift from the surface.
You can definitely use latex paint over epoxy. In fact, it is recommended to use latex over epoxy by the paint manufacturers, rather than using epoxy over epoxy. The latex adheres better and if you then want to use epoxy next time you paint, you have a nice coat of latex between the layers. If you use epoxy over epoxy, often the paint will just peel off in layers once some time passes (and sometimes… Read More
It is possible to paint latex over epoxy if the epoxy coat was applied correctly and is in good shape. Be sure to use an exterior 100% Acrylic Latex paint.
Yes youcan. However, the existing epoxy paint should be sanded to "rough" it up to make the new paint stick to it better.
Check the instructions or the technical data sheet for the product that you are using. Some water-based epoxies require a primer when refinishing a previously coated surface.
Yes, unless the enamel paint is an epoxy. If the enamel is oil or water based paint, then there is no problem going over a latex primer.
can i use water base paint over oil base paint
When you say rubber base paint I assume you mean latex paint. Yes, latex paint will adhere to an existing epoxy finish. However, the epoxy must already have cured. Meaning, it was already applied sometime in the past. A pretty good rule of thumb to go by when you're unsure if two finishes are compatible is to apply a coat of primer. Also, when latex paint is applied to a primed surface it will last… Read More
Yes, you can.
Yes you can.
Yes, you can
yes any oil base can be appplied over water base but not the oppposite
I wouldn't. I would try to get the first one to cure somehow, possibly by warming that area.
Yes, with an enamel or oil or epoxy paint. NOT latex.
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.
The epoxy will stick really well to the oil based paint... ...but your outcome will depend on how well the existing oil based paint is attached to the item.
No, you can't .
Yes, you can
Yes, you can.
No But you can put oil based over water based paints.
Yes, you can.
Yes. With either an oil based paint over a high adhesion primer, like XIM, a single part epoxy or a multi-part epoxy.
Yes, but it may not stay on very well. Besides, epoxy paints are very hard and wear resistant, while latex paints aren't. If the epoxy paint was needed the first time, repainting with something much less durable might not be such a wise move.
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.
No, it won't get a good grip on polyurethane.
If you put an oil based paint over water based stain, it will be OK for a short time. However, it will eventually peel and crack over time.
Not recommended, it won't stick well.
I don't see why not as long as the ware based paint is all in good shape.
It is all in the preparation. Why do you want to paint a pool????? Reply to above: WHY PAINT A POOL? Because it's cheaper than re-plastering or otherwise re-surfacing your pool. Because it protects the concrete and/or plaster or fiberglass surface under the paint--if it is a quality paint. Because it revives the original beauty of your pool. Because it helps the surface resist algae and chemical attack on your pool surface-- especially so for… Read More
Paint over it with another paint containing particles like crushed walnut.
If the base coat used in your project is water base then yes, you bet you can. If there is any chance that the base coat used was an oil base paint then you cannot paint directly over it. The acrylic enamel will not adhere to the oil base paint and will begin to peel off as soon as it is dry. In which case a coat of primer is in order.
You should remove the oil based paint before applying the epoxy. Many epoxies will actually act as a remover when put over oil-based paints.
Best to remove the epoxy first, otherwise you could experience some peeling issues. If you insist on not removing the epoxy, be sure to remove any grease or oil, clean and sand the surface flat so the floor paint has a solid surface to gain a tenacious bond.
Yes, you can put oil over a water based primer.
As long as none of the paint is flaking, you can.
I,v got over 20 years inpainting. application, you know...learned it the hard way. painting over epoxy is always tricky.( I,m talking about the two part epoxy) if you start with epoxy and stick with epoxy, usually you'lldo just fine. any kind of latex paintwill lift off of epoxy. oil paint will stick a bit longer, but that's coming up to.thewhole point of epoxy is to have nothingstickto its surfaceso thatit cleans easy.you can try and… Read More
That usually works quite well.
Yes, you can, this is an excellent base for sticking to.
They have special epoxy kits to do this! Visit Sherwin Williams or check your local home improvement stores. Usually the kit comes with the base and the activator in two separate pint cans that you will mix together. Don't try anything other than epoxy for porcelain and similar surfaces, because anything else won't work! http://www.thepaintprofessional.com/
The short answer is NO, water based paints do not adhere to oil base paints. However if you are willing to lightly sand the oil base paint, and apply an oil based primer, you can then use water based paint as a top coat.
Water based paint will not bond properly to an existing oil based finish, no matter what it is, paint, polyurethane or any other oil based finish. Oil based finishes will, on the other hand, adhere to any water borne paint I know of. and I paint for a living. Hope this helps. John
Epoxy can be applied over nearly any existing finish; however, what is being painted should be sanded lightly with 200 or finer grit paper prior to painting so that the new paint will bond better.
Swimming pool paint companies do not recomment mixing paint types rubber goes back on rubber or epoxy back on epoxy So if you want epoxy, sandblast off the rubber. BTW Silica sand is very toxic and best left to the pros, the paint ain't much to help out the health either. Take special care when painting, Kelly Tech is a good paint source good swimming getapool.com
You don't normally need sealer over epoxy, but the colour chips may be a reason to. I would check the can for comments on this.
Generally speaking, yes. As long as both paints are the same base (latex, acrylic, oil), if they are different bases, you can paint an oil base over a water base, but not the other way around. It will help if you very lightly sand the magnetic paint before you add the chalkboard paint.
Yes, that will work.