I saw a comment on another forum where some guy said that low VOC paints will not stick to BIN primer. Is this true and is there any relation between stickability and VOCness?
Now THAT'S funny!!!
Good Lord...who/what forum anyway...said that?
Did the person have any "credentials"?
Low-VOC or not...paint will stick just fine to BIN.
I used BIN primer in my family-room a few yrs. ago, topcoated with RL paint, which has been Low-VOC for years now.
>>> It's sticking, washing, and looking beautiful in 2010.
Please let me know what forum that was on...so I can rip this person a new one!!
At our store, we can't afford to give foolish/dumb-a$$ advice like this!
Besides...it even says so on the can!
Faron, I always come here for good advice and questions because I know I'll get good answers but I look around other forums as well. I appreciate your reply since I already bought the BIN.
Bin will stick to anything and anything will stick to Bin
I think you could gold leaf dog poo if you did a coat of BIN first.
I painted a cheap, ugly pair of nightstands that were made of pine, except the top, which was formica glued to MDF. Sprayed a layer of BIN on the whole mess, painted with Behr, and it turned out great.
"I think you could gold leaf dog poo if you did a coat of BIN first."
You would probably still need a coat of rabbit skin glue.