Primerless Paint

Anonymous Staff asked 2 years ago

What are the advantages or disadvantages of primerless paint?

2 Answers
crowderpainting Staff answered 7 years ago

First, I need to state that all paints are primerless over the same type of paint. Examples; acrylic over acrylic or oil base over oil base. Also, any acrylic paint can be applied to raw drywall without many problems. The better the paint the less chance of problems.

I think that when a company states 'primer and paint in the same can' it is a marketing gimmick.

Anonymous Staff answered 6 years ago

Primer has the binding agents in it.
So to keep cost down, cover paint does not have the binders.

You can look to Flood Company (flood.com)
for a product called emulsi-bond which mixes with exterior paint for use on chalky surfaces

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