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06-23-05, 07:41 PM   #1  
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priming skimcoat

Hi all,

Quick question. Just made a go at skimcoating, it certainly is quite the operation, don't know if I would ever want to do it again, but anyhow, now that I finally got the cursed job done, what do I prime it with? I am sure one type of primer is more appropriate than another, and I certainly want to do this right the first time lest I have to do it again (shudder....).

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06-27-05, 12:10 PM   #2  
Most any latex primer will work. Some are better than others depending on what the top coat will be. If finishing with enamel or wallpaper I prefer to use a latex enamel undercoater. If finishing with flat latex I usually use a latex primer sealer. The better suited the primer is to the top coat the better and easier the finish coat will go on.

 
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