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Old 03-06-2018, 10:09 PM   #1
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S&W Extreme Block Primer And Sealer

Never used it. Just got a 40% off coupon from S&W.

Anyone used it...like it?
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Old 03-06-2018, 10:16 PM   #2
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Re: S&W Extreme Block Primer And Sealer

Originally Posted by Robie View Post
Never used it. Just got a 40% off coupon from S&W.

Anyone used it...like it?
Love it...but it stinks like mad for days on end...excellent high build primer/sealer.

I just used it on a bathroom I'm doing...it looks awesome in primer.

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Re: S&W Extreme Block Primer And Sealer

My question is will it block out the nastiest water stains? if yes then i know it will handle the average water stain and i would consider it over good old oil based ProBlock or Kilz. If not then i will not trust it over any water stain. I really am not interested in yet another primer.
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