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riven1950

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Imo skip the sanding. Use oil-based kilz. It stinks but will stick to anything and anything will stick to it.

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riven1950 wrote:

Imo skip the sanding. Use oil-based kilz. It stinks but will stick to anything and anything will stick to it.

Ventilation!!!


Kilz is great stuff, but it won't stick to the silicone compound used in the polish they wipe down the wood & sometimes the wall paper with. It's great at hiding scuffs and abrasions, but no paint will stick to it. If it's thoroughly washed off with naptha, then sanding is not needed.

Zinsser BIN primer is also very good at sticking to almost anything.


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