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Paint Primers And Undercoats

Hands Free Painting PTY LTD. offers a wide range of Premium Superprep Multi Puroose Acrylic Undercoat, Acrylic Primer Undercoat Paint and so on.

from The Family Handyman

How to Choose and Use Primer: Drywall & Paint

"If the old paint is in good shape, there's no need to prime. But if the paint is chalking or is chipped, use an oil-based enamel undercoat primer after properly prepping the surface." How to Choose and Use Primer: Drywall & Paint | The Family Handyman

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The Army Painter White Primer... A very fine pigment makes the Matt White Undercoat a perfect primer for all paint jobs. The paint dries very quickly and leaves every detail on the miniature in excellent condition. Size of can is 400ml $19.90 NZD

Step 2 - paint the pot, including inside the rim with 3 in 1, sealer/primer/undercoat. This paint is water based so easy to clean up and makes the topcoat adhere to the pot.

A very fine pigment makes the Matt White Undercoat a perfect primer for all paint jobs. The paint dries very quickly and leaves every detail on the miniature in excellent condition. Remember to always check our video tutorials on how to use Colour Primers.

from TheSnugOnline

3 Ways to Rescue a Paint Job Gone Wrong

Be warned: Your paint job will bubble up if the top coat of paint doesn't properly adhere to the undercoat. If you notice these unsightly sections, first identify the underlying cause—often a moisture or heat issue—before you move on to fixing the finish. Once the basic problem has been addressed, scrape the bubbles and blisters off with a paint scraper, and sand smooth. Coat with primer before repainting. via @bobvilahome

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from HGTV

How to Select the Right Paint Finish

Proper prep is the difference between a smooth paint job and a bumpy or streaky one. Depending on the surface you're painting, you may need to use a primer or an undercoat prior to applying the paint. Steve Revnew, vice president of product development for Sherwin-Williams, also notes that shinier paints require thinner roller covers than flat finishes. Image courtesy of Sherwin-Williams