Another painting question for outside flashing

LybanJune 23, 2011

I am almost ready for painting the few strips of alum. flashing on the exterior of house.

The way I understand my other questions that were answered I can go ahead and

a) wash the strips with paint thinner first.

b) prime with zinsser Bulleyes 123 int. ext primer(cannot find gardtz in my area)

c) paint with a 100% acrylic exterior paint

Am I on the right track?


Have I got my

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BONDZ, not Gardz, would the correct one.

123 is fine too though!

Just make sure you wipe flashing with a paint-thinner or preferably Lacquer-thinner.


    Bookmark   June 23, 2011 at 12:40PM
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Thank you Faron.
I am set to go.

    Bookmark   June 23, 2011 at 2:46PM
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