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Is this true?

Posted by lucille (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 19, 10 at 21:45

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?

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RE: Is this true?

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 I can rip this person a new one!!

At our store, we can't afford to give foolish/dumb-a$$ advice like this! even says so on the can!


RE: Is this true?

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.

RE: Is this true?

Bin will stick to anything and anything will stick to Bin

RE: Is this true?

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.

RE: Is this true?

I think you could gold leaf dog poo if you did a coat of BIN first.


RE: Is this true?

"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.

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