waterless cleaner from the hardware store. Not sure of the name bit it's a brownish/grey gritty substance. Oily too. Our skin is porous, and what we put on it is absorbed by our bodies. I find hot water and elbow grease to be a very effective paint remover.
We just got a load of paint primer and paint off our arms and fingers with goo gone. It works! For our hands, we sprayed some of the orange-scented gel on and put on a latex glove for 5 minutes and - voila - all of the primer and paint was literally melted off. And it didn't leave our skin raw.
Cement can wick moisture from outside that will cause your paint to peel off. Look for a primer that will seal it first, then paint it.
Scrub it all off, sand the surface and paint a primer first.
Yes, primer is what you need to put on in order to put latex paint over the oil paint. Latex primer is fine, but if you put latex paint directly on it will peel off.
You do NOT use regular paint as primer. It contains none of the qualities of primer.
You can, but don't need to use additional primer.
Only if the water based paint is a primer. If not,then paint a primer first.
Yes, as long as it's not flaking off. If it is, use a primer first.
yes you can
Of course you can. Primer helps paint stick to what ever you are painting.
Behr primer and Behr paint are excellent for cabinets.
It's always best (for the best quality) to paint with primer first, then your regular coat of paint. Let the primer dry sufficiently.
No you can not use primer as your paint because it has no sealing properites in it.
It is usually recommended that you noy paint over latex paint with oil based paint, primer will not help.
Paint? No. Primer? YES. Corrugated steel is galvanized so you will need an etching galvanized metal primer. Regular paint or primer will peel off in no time! The etching primer as you can guess by the name actually reacts with the steel for a better bond. The steel should be sandblasted beforehand, or al least pressure washed thoroughly. The paint will adhere to the primer. Go to any real paint store (not a big box store with a paint department), let them know what you want to do and they will be glad to help and answer any questions.
you should not apply primer to painting. primer is used before you paint as a step to prepare for paint. primer is used to seal the object your preparing to paint also to give the paint something to stick to. glad you leaned something and your welcome
paint it with a universal primer such as "BLOCKER" brand first Yes, you can. My preference is to use oil base primer under latex (water base) paint, because in my experience the oil base primer lasts longer. It stays stuck to the wood longer. I think latex primer is basically bogus. I have wasted a lot of time using latex primer and it comes loose and I have to sand it all off and use oil base primer. Latex primer does not work. Just like latex paint sticks poorly to bare wood. Latex paint does not have much "stick" (also called "tack"). It is a thin sheet of rubber, and there is very little "tack" to it to keep it glued to the wood. Latex peels off readily, once you put a knife under an edge.
I paint a primer overall first, then lightly sand, then another primer. Now it's ready to paint.
Paint primer is essential for many projects. If primer is sprayed onto the surface before painting, it will allow the paint to better adhere and create an even surface.
To paint galvanized metal you need a special primer. Look in a paint store or home supply store for a primer for galvanized metal. After the primer coat dries you can use any exterior paint.
Yes, you can because brown primer isn't that dark of a color.
Yes, you can.
No. It will alter the colour and properties of the paint - but you can buy premixed paint and primer at the store that is designed to work together.
yes. However, you cannot use an oil base paint over a latex primer. If you change your mind on the paint, you must strip the paint before you use an oil based paint on the primer.