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drywall primer

Posted by sheila on March 8th, 2000 07:14 AM
In reply to Primer by Chris Budicini on February 23rd, 2000 03:47 PM [Go to top of thread]

Bare drywall should be primed with a good quality latex based primer, not oil, (oil will make your drywall fuzzy), buy the best you can afford, it will make a huge difference in the final appearance of your topcoat, especially if you are using paint that has a sheen to it, satin, egshell or semi-gloss. A good primer will provide a uniform surface, (even up the drywall, the mud joints and the places where your sanding has gone over onto the drywall paper) and make getting a good looking topcoat much easier! Classic Primer from Sherwin-Williams is some of the best on the market.

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