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Posted by Henry in MI on January 23rd, 2003 08:44 AM
In reply to priming new drywall by Jennifer on January 23rd, 2003 07:56 AM [Go to top of thread]

Jennifer, define "good" primer. Most primers that are made by the paint companies are just thinned down versions of their paint. That is OK for some priming and a total waste for other work. Having a primer that is also a stain killer and sealer will give you a better finish with less work. The more that you do now to give your walls a chance to last a lifetime, the more probability there will be that they do. I agree with your contractor.

Henry in MI

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