Painting old glossy trimm

mileleNovember 23, 2010

Hello, I am re-painting most of my trimms with the same color (white on white). Latex on 10 years old latex. I have removed the gloss with a gloss remover. Do I still need to prime? Thanks

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paintguy22

I don't have any experience with gloss removers because I always just sand, but if the trim is truly dull and clean, then it is okay to skip the primer. Just be sure to use a 100 percent high quality acrylic paint.

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