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Posted by BobB on July 24th, 2002 03:14 PM
In reply to Clarification by Tracy on July 24th, 2002 01:33 PM [Go to top of thread]

Tracy: Well yes, I think if you got a really good quality "Hiding" primer and maybe even had it tinted a light color it would work. I once used an expensive Sherwin Williams primer on a kitchen remodel where I had placed black reference marks on the walls to mark stud locations for hanging cabinets, with one of those wide tip indelible ink markers. I didn't want to hide the marks, but after rolling on a thick coat of this primer, I couldn't find them anymore. Like I said, it was expensive, but it sold me on buying name brand paint, and besides that, you said that you had a small room to do anyway. I would suggest that you go to a Sherwin Williams paint store, explain your problem, and ask them about their "hiding" primer.
Good Luck

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