How to Choose The Right Primer | DIY: True Value Projects - Oil latex primer

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When working on painted surfaces, priming is necessary if you're switching paint types. For example, going from oil-based paints to latex-based paints and vice. Learn the differences in oil-based, water-based, and latex paints before primer, starting with the pros and cons of oil-based and water-based, or latex, paints.

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By Sazil - 07:27
At the same time, you may have been told that you can use latex paint on top of an oil-based primer. Both of these beliefs are true, which may at first sound.
By Zumi - 13:05
So, you have decided to tackle a painting project in and around the house, and you may be wondering what the best oil-based primer may be.
By Mogul - 21:55
Basically the difference between the two primers is: Water based primer is for acrylic or latex paints and oil based primer is for enamel paints. Water based.
By Faurr - 03:19
For decades, the professional paint preparation protocol was to prime unpainted wood with oil-based primer and then topcoat it with at least.

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