Use The Right Paint Primer or Sealer
Using the correct paint primer or sealer will help guarantee that your paint will grip the surface, increasing the overall quality and durability of your paint job. Far too often I see the results of pinching pennies and not using a good primer.
Your exterior house paint can last 10 years or longer by using the correct type. By not using it on raw unpainted areas you are assured of early failure of the paint film, resulting in peeling. A properly sealed surface is just as important for interior painting. Porous surfaces, such as raw drywall or plaster, and sealing water stains are just a couple of examples.
Paint primers exist in many forms and serve a variety of functions. Their uses around your home are limited only by the surfaces that you want to paint.
There are 3 Basic Types of Paint Primers to Choose From
There are other types of primers on the market, specialty primers. These types are designed for a single purpose and often a single type of surface. This short list represents the most general types and is the ones most often used.
Each type has its own set of uses. This depends on the surface condition and environment. Another consideration is the type of material that will be painted and whether you need an exterior or interior primer.
Get The Most From Your House Paint
For lasting results, proper interior and exterior surface preparation combined with the right sealer will build an effective barrier against stains and moister plus promote full adhesion of the house paint.
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Like most surfaces, new drywall needs to be primed before it can be painted. Drywall and joint compound absorb paint unevenly, so painting without priming first will result in an ugly, streaky surface. Using a special drywall ...
Using specialized exterior primers can add years to the life of any paint job. A paint primers main purpose is to seal and prepare the surface to allow the greatest adhesion of the finish paint. Typically two types of exterior ...
Applying specialized interior primers before the finish paint can produce a smoother, more pleasing, appearance. A paint primer’s main purpose is to seal the surface thus ensuring the greatest adhesion of the finish paint. ...
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A great interior paint primer is white tinted shellac. Shellac is a natural product that has been used for centuries to seal and protect many wood surfaces. With many modern choices today, tinted shellac is still an excellent paint ...
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