The fairly new adhesive, PL Premium, will glue vinyl and leather.
New galvanized what ? -Are you talking about galv steel framing ? If so it need no priming. Steel studs are within the wall and do not need any kind of primer or paint.
Normally, installing new vinyl directly over old vinyl is not recommended because most manufacturers will not honor the warranty. Any bumps or dips in the surface can translate through your new vinyl. Dye or stains from the old vinyl can also seep into the new vinyl. But you can remedy this by applying an embossing leveler over the old vinyl, and then sealing it with an acrylic sealer. Then trowel your glue onto the sealed surface, and install your new vinyl. Most recommended practice, however, is to remove the old vinyl OR install new wood underlayment on top of the old vinyl. Then spread your glue and install new vinyl. As always, check the installation instructions for your new vinyl.
Regular drywall primer.
Yes it can. (but it's kind of expensive to use as primer ! )
Vinyl siding looks good and is easy to install. You shouldn't have any problems using vinyl siding on any house, old or new. Its lightweight and just nails right on.
About 3-4 gallons of primer. Don't be stingy with it. Better primer coat improves your finish coat and primer is cheap.
The New England Primer was removed from public schools in the middle of the 20th century.
vinyl is impervious to liquid and does not need any sealing.
"Drywall primer" -Yes, -it's called exactly that -right on the can !
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PVA is a better primer for new drywall. Do you need it, not really. Any good latex primer will do the job just as well. I guess it really just depends on what you expect your primer to do. Cheap primers will seal the drywall, but not much more. I find bonding primers and pva primers will provide a much more solid platform for topcoats. They may cost more and be a little overkill, but they will provide you with layer of primer that will allow your topcoat to dry in even. You can also dry a high build primer, which is the product I prefer to use. They give you a great platform to work from, and since they are usually about 3 mils thicker that standard primer, they fill in a lost of voids in your wall. If you go with this kind of primer, it is best to spray it. You really can't achieve the mil build up you need from a brush and roller application. If you use the roller application, and are worried about really sealing the wall and filling voids, I would recommend two coats of primer.
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You you can still buy Sealed New Vinyl Records from a specialist Vinyl Record retailer like 1NOTE in the UK (see link below).
We have had a new kitchen floor, it is a grey vinyl that is embossed to look like granite tiles.
The new Vinyl materials or resin patio furniture would be good choices. They have the look of painted wood, and the durability of plastic without looking cheap.
It depends on the type of floor that you are putting down the vinyl flooring on top of. If it is concrete, then make sure it is clean, dry and repair any cracks or holes. If the old vinyl flooring is in good repair then just put the new vinyl flooring over it or use an embossing leveler for slightly worn vinyl flooring. If the old vinyl flooring is in very poor shape remove it completely. Plywood underlayment can be used for other types of flooring that you will put new vinyl flooring down on top of.
To get the new smell out of vinyl fabric add baking soda to the wash water. Hot water by itself will also help eliminate the smell.
Using primer is necessary on interior walls or ceilings when the surface to be painted is new or newly repaired.
An enzyme called primase. It can start am RNA chain from scratch and adds RNA nucleotides one at a time using the parental DNA as a template. The primer is short (5-10 nucleotides long), and the 3' end serves as the starting point for the new DNA strand