painting brick fireplace


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Old 04-17-00, 11:15 AM
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need to paint a light pastel cream color over a deep red brick on an indoor fire place.

should i first use a primer like "bin" and then just paint? or are there other alternatives.

thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 04-19-00, 04:28 PM
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A sherwin Williams Product
LoxonŽ Conditioner -- prevents adhesion problems and delamination.
Loxon conditioner assures you of topcoat adhesion and performance by creating a surface you can paint with confidence. It's an economical alternative to priming and particularly useful where the existing topcoat has deteriorated over time. It also makes a great sealer coat for new construction. Whether you're covering rough brick or smooth concrete, new or previously painted, Loxon conditioner's excellent penetration promises trouble-free topcoat adhesion.
Loxon conditioner will bond light chalk, old paint and dusting concrete, creating a dependable surface for topcoat adhesion. Its thin formula applies easily with brush, roller, or spray without reduction. On new work, it prevents delamination and pH burn.

It dries to the touch in 30 minutes and is ready for re-coating in just 3 hours. That means you can finish the job the same day. Because it can be applied to new concrete surfaces with a pH level as high as 13, you can coat new masonry surfaces after 7 days instead of 30.

Inside or out, Loxon seals the job
It's the perfect choice for single-family homes, multi-family units, condos, commercial properties or institutional buildings. Apply it to everything from brick to stucco to poured-in-place concrete, then topcoat it for an attractive finish that lasts and lasts.

Loxon conditioner advantages:

can be applied as a penetrating sealer to fresh concrete after just 7 days
use on poured-in-place concrete, tilt-up, stucco and brick
use with a wide range of topcoats, including A-100, Loxon and most latex building finishes
low film build to penetrate deeply
100% acrylic formula for excellent durability and weathering
helps prevent topcoat alkali burn and delamination
available in guide coat white or clear emulsion
VOC compliant

quote:<HR>Originally posted by mjoancam:
need to paint a light pastel cream color over a deep red brick on an indoor fire place.

should i first use a primer like "bin" and then just paint? or are there other alternatives.

thanks for any suggestions.
joan
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