Priming Bare wood

Remember what ever your painting project is always prime any spots of the surface that are bare down to the wood or areas that have peeled and been sanded. This is very important becauseTo get a great-looking finish coat and the beautiful, long-lasting results you expect, be sure to properly apply primer to the surfaces you plan to paint.

 primers are formulated to solve typical painting problems while helping to make your finish coat smooth and uniform:

  • Achieve a smooth, professional finish
  • Block stains, marks and odors
  • Assure adhesion
  • Speed topcoating
  • Prevent peeling
  • Attain the truest paint color in the fewest coats
  • Improve touch-up performance of the topcoat

Premium Wall & Wood Primer
- Premium quality primer for the smoothest finish

Multi-Purpose Latex Primer
- General purpose whole-house primer for multiple surfaces

Drywall Primer
- Seals new drywall and previously painted walls for a consistent finish

Harmony® Wall Primer
- An environmentally responsible and low odor formula for drywall

Pre-Wallcovering Primer
- Primes, seals and sizes in one coat

Multi-Purpose Oil-Based Primer
- Versatile sealer and stain blocker, assures a uniform finish

Adhesion Primer
- Tightly bonds to slick and glossy surfaces

White Pigmented Shellac Primer
- Highest performing primer for sealing out the toughest stains and odors in one coat

Concrete & Masonry Primer
- Seals and adheres to concrete, brick, stucco and plaster

The best all around primer to use is Zissner Smartprime