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Concrete block, prime ?? and paint

Posted by earthworm (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 19, 11 at 10:44

Is the primer necessary when painting the interior of a 99.9% above ground garage ?
TIA
I wish I could remember how I did this task years ago; painting on masonry has been successful for me as opposed to painting wood.
And I do have hundreds of square feet of surface in need of proper finishing.


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RE: Concrete block, prime ?? and paint

I've painted a lot of cement block. Int/Ext and a garage too. I've never primed. Used Coronado's Aqua Stop-It. Due to the nature of where the block is located in *the envelope* of the structure, I felt it needed to be sealed, not just painted.

Aqua Stop-It can be tinted to a light color only - and even at that, the counter staff might push back and resist tinting it. But it can be done they just won't make you any promises.

Others may have a favorite brew for block. This is just one idea.

Here is a link that might be useful: Aqua-Stop-it


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RE: Concrete block, prime ?? and paint

Thank you for the quick reply.....now if we can go 3 days without rain.....lately its about 3 hours w/o rain.
It took me an hour to find the paint and another half hour for the Lowes people to tint, it took 3 of them to figure it out...probably min wagers.....saving money can be expensive...


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