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Old 07-26-2018, 11:21 AM   #1
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Oil Primer Or Water Based No Peel


have wallpaper took forever to get down last time layer upon layers upon layer 1 owner from
1966 so im
down to final
layer its on there good would damage wall, before i skim
coat am i better using oil
based primer
or the peel
stop
water based, have heard mixed reviews
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Re: Oil Primer Or Water Based No Peel


Zinzer gardz

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Old 07-26-2018, 01:49 PM   #3
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that cant be better than peel stop see no difference??
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Not familiar with peel stop. If it's designed for the application,I'm sure it's fine. I usually use a fast dry oil primer in situations like that because I probably already have some on the truck. But , everything needs to be good and dry
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but hardz is water based
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Get some oil based like Cover Stain to seal it up and get it ready to float/texture before painting. Peel Stop is designed to glue down peeling paint issues.
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but hardz is water based
Yeah gardz is water based but it is designed to seal torn paper on drywall
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I will say an oil stain killing primer ,cover stain,etc.., is less likely to blister any loose or torn paper and will seal any glue residue
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Wait a minute here, are you saying that you don't plan on removing the final layer of wall paper. If so , I would definitely use an oil based stain killer to prevent the old paper from blistering.
Otherwise any thing that will seal up the glue residue will work
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yeah im
not
gonna
remove the last layer of wallpaper so im def thinking cover stain

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