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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 1:14 pm 
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Hello folks,

i have some interior hardwood doors, the glazed ones with 15 panes of glass.

currently they're varnished or stained a mahogany type colour. I want to paint them white.

which Zinsser do i use to seal the stain in, BIN or 123 - or something else totally different...

i think they need a light sand down then the Zinsser (other) and then the top coat - is that right ?

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I used BIN on my varnished doors. Do not sand, just lightly take off nibs and wash down well with Methylated spirits. As I always say the first coat is crap but the second comes good. As it dries so quick you can get them on in a couple of hours.

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Zinsser recommend BIN over interior stain or varnish.

I doubt you'll get away with one coat of BIN and a finish coat though.

You'll probably need two coats of your finish paint, maybe more if waterbased.

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perfect, thanks folks, will let you know how it turns out !!!!

appreciate your help..


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