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Re: Stains bleeding through paint

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Stephen Newell

10-26-2012 03:40:23
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If the fire hydrant is going to be used outdoors then Kilz shouldn't be used. Its a interior primer. For interior use the Kilz Original can be used on bare metal but it shouldn't be used over rattle can paint. If it were me I would just let the paint you are using cure for two weeks and just spray it white again. Just don't put a thick wet coat over it or the toluene in the rattle can paint will bring out the red again. It will eventually cover, you just have to let the paint cure good between coats.

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Uncle Ernie

10-26-2012 11:58:50
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 Re: Stains bleeding through paint in reply to Stephen Newell, 10-26-2012 03:40:23  
KILZģ GENERAL PURPOSE EXTERIOR is a fast-drying latex primer and sealer, specifically formulated for outdoor use. It minimizes problems caused by surface texture and porosity differences. Itís ready to brush, roll or spray and can be topcoated after one hour with latex or oil-based paint.

Surface prep is still the most important step. Strip that sucker bare and clean it dry first...



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Stephen Newell

10-26-2012 20:27:55
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 Re: Stains bleeding through paint in reply to Uncle Ernie, 10-26-2012 11:58:50  
The problem is the Kilz exterior primer is intended for use on porous surfaces, not steel or cast iron or over rattle can paint. Also if the fire hydrant was sandblasted down to bare metal using a latex product you would have trouble with rust bleading through the paint.



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