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One Coat All Surface Primer and Undercoat

Description

Works on just about any surface including metal, tiles, brick, stone, MDF, plastic, glass and more. You only need one coat of this primer for your paint to adhere to it and leave you with a strong and smooth finish.

  • Makes preparation a breeze
  • Also available as a quick dry aerosol to really cut down on prep time
  • Ready to paint over in two hours
  • Suitable for bare of previously painted surfaces
  • Covers bold colours
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Use for the following wood types
  • All interior surfaces
    All interior surfaces

1 colours available including:

White

How to use

How to use

This can be painted on almost any bare or painted indoor surface but you’ll still need to do a small amount of prep before you can apply it.

How to prepare bare wood for priming

  1. Use 120 grit sandpaper and sand in the direction of the wood grain.
  2. Wipe down the dust with white spirit and a cloth.
  3. Fill in holes and cracks.

How to prepare tiles for priming

  1. Clean the tiles with bleach.
  2. Use grout cleaner to get rid of stains.
  3. Wipe down with a damp cloth
  4. Repair any damaged grout

How prepare cupboards for priming

  1. Grab some 120 grit sandpaper and give your cupboards and good sanding.
  2. Let the dust settle and then wipe it off with white spirit and a cloth.
  3. Any small cracks or holes should be filled in.

How to prepare metal for priming

This isn’t suitable to use over rust.

  1. Lightly sand with fine wet and dry sandpaper. If you’re painting galvanised metal, you don’t need to sand it.
  2. Wipe down the sand shavings with white spirit and a cloth.

How to prepare uPVC for priming

  1. Just lightly sand with 120 grit sandpaper.
  2. Wipe down with a damp cloth.

How to prepare previously painted surfaces for priming

  1. Paint that’s in a good condition only needs a quick sand.
  2. Paint that’s peeling, flaking or cracked should be sanded off. Once you’ve done that, wipe down with white spirit.

Application

  1. Stir the tin
  2. Apply the primer. If you’re painting wood, paint in the direction of the grain.
  3. Wait two hours and that’s it! It’s now ready to paint over.

Aftercare

This product it just a primer and should be painted on quickly after it’s dried.

Cleaning

You can clean your brushes in warm soapy water. Once you’ve painted over the primer, you’ll be able to clean the surface just like normal.

Repair

If you spot a bit of damage to your primer, don’t worry it’s easy to fix. Sand down the specific spot and then reapply a coat of primer.

Technical Specification

Usage

Almost any surface

Coverage Up to 16m2 per litre
Dry time Ready to paint over in two hours
Coat time No need!
Number of coats One
Colours White
Finish Matt
Durability

Works on almost any surface and helps paint stick

Application Brush
Base Water
Sizes 0.25L, 0.75L, 2.5L