Is Zinsser Bulls Eye good for stone sills

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And do I need an undercoat? Its only 2 sills so don't need much and would rather have a combined undercoat.

Also what type of paint should I use? I have wooden frames as well so really want to use the same paint for wood and stone.

The prep I am doing is Nitromors to strip the paint then Polyfill wood hardener to treat the wood.
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You could go Zinsser Allcoat which is excellent on masonry and concrete. Self priming too.
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Desmondo15 wrote:
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You could go Zinsser Allcoat which is excellent on masonry and concrete. Self priming too.
Thanks but I think I need a primer that I can paint gloss on. I want the sill and wood to be the same colour. Even if I purchased two seperate paints the colours for maisinary paint are very limeted and the rest of the sills are burgandy so I want to keep with that.
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Allcoat gloss is self priming too. You can get it colour mixed.
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