Does Peel Stop have to be top coated?
We have exposed a ceiling in a project house that is over 150 years old. It was painted with Lime WhiteWash, and of course it is cracking & flaking off now.
I started scraping and was planning on painting it all while, but after scraping the majority of the paint off, I love the look of the bottoms of the floor boards as is. I was thinking of coating them with poly to keep them from flaking anymore, but then I found out about Peel Stop Clear, which sounds better because it could be painted later if I change my mind.
But I can't find info anywhere about whether I could leave the Peel Stop uncoated. Any thoughts?