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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2018 8:18 am 
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Having taken paint back to bare wood or replaced with new i have put on 2 coats of B-I-N.
Do i now need to light sand this coat before putting on a top coat ?
Looking at a water based (quick dry) paint for finishing coat, what would you recommend?
Looking at both satinwood and gloss, (white).
Trade paint or other ?
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What are you painting? Windows, skirting for example?


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Just take the nibs off with a worn bit of sandpaper, nothing aggressive just smooth it off. I like Johnstones Aqua. The top coats can go straight on over BIN.

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skirting, door frames, stairs spindles, doors etc


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