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So I've got a under stairs cupboard to do.

It's heavily water stained, efflorescence, mold and bubbling and flaking of the red brick work.

It's crumbly in places too.

So I'm going to scrape it until it screams mercy at me, but it needs to be stabilised as such, thinking gardz?? Then it needs to be stain blocked - can I go on top with 123 plus? Would go BIN but the HO has breathing problems and I don't want to kill him. (My Neighbour)

Then something Wipeable on top, I have some white silk so could use that up.

Is there something more obvious??


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Alkaline resisting wall primer?

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Alkaline resisting wall primer?

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Could be a bit wiffy?


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Alkaline resisting wall primer?

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Could be a bit wiffy?
There is waterbased as well. Here's one but I think it's foreign.

http://www.warriorpaints.co.za/paints/p ... er-primer/



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Or this

https://www.crowntrade.co.uk/product/in ... ck-primer/



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A water based alternative to ARP?? And it doesn't try to kill you with the fumes? Where's the fun in that.............. :puke:

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I used that recently (December) in the whorehouse ... warehouse I mean. I could not smell much or anything really but it was cold and a large space. I could smell the white spirit though from washing the brushes. Very interesting stuff even if a bit gloopy. I must go back and see how it is holding.



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Well the jobs grown now hasn't it.

Rotten skirting, rotten floorboards, rotten joists......did I mention woodworm????


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Well the jobs grown now hasn't it.

Rotten skirting, rotten floorboards, rotten joists......did I mention woodworm????
Have you noticed the title of this website? They used to have stickers to give away ... you could with one of them.


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