Primer paint
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  Re: Primer paint by Randy C (I have some peeling/...)
This.............
 
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#19
  Re: Primer paint by Randy C (I have some peeling/...)
I prefer oil primer also.  I guess it goes to when i was a kid back in the 50/60's and that was all we had to use.  I like latex for a lot of things but for primer.  I hate HVLP systems to spray latex; tried two different ones.  Thankfully I have a Pro SW store that I have an account so I can get oil and lacquer based finishes. 

I really don't know if oil is better or not it's just what I am used to and like it - for wood.
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#20
  Re: RE: Primer paint by Snipe Hunter ([url=https://www.hom...)
(08-20-2019, 09:27 PM)FyySnipe Hunter Wrote: This.............

looks like crap
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#21
  Re: Primer paint by Randy C (I have some peeling/...)
Looks better than peeling paint or rot to me. There's nicer looking trim than the one I linked. If I were building a house, it would be vinyl trim board. And be done with it.
 
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#22
  Re: Primer paint by Randy C (I have some peeling/...)
Latex primers don’t or didn’t bond worth a hoot to cedar or pine when I was doing a lot of exterior repaints 10-12 years ago. Smart siding products and concrete board is a different story though. OB primers are thinner viscosity and the soak into the wood deeper and dry slower. Go to a real paint store if you have trouble finding an OB product.....unless you’re in CA or other states that don’t carry solvent based products.


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#23
  Re: RE: Primer paint by Cooler (Zinsser does.  It is...)
I believe oil based paints have been outlawed in certain states.  That might be why he can't find any.
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#24
  Re: Primer paint by Randy C (I have some peeling/...)
Recently got some at SW. not sure if it is available in your state??

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