PVA on Plywood?
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I just built a small storage shed. Sheeted with plywood. I have 4 gals of PVA drywall primer An don't plan to top coat. I just need to brighten the room so I thought priming it white would work and I have the primer. Any problem with is plan?
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  Re: PVA on Plywood? by lift mechanic (I just built a small...)
Well, if it's a shed that's what I would do. I'm not sure the PVA primer has the adhesion of the other stuff, but I am sure I wouldn't care.
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  Re: PVA on Plywood? by lift mechanic (I just built a small...)
Most primers are tintable, so you might not be stuck with simply white.
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