ppg seal grip® alkyd universal primer/sealer
This product provides both excellent adhesion to a wide range of surfaces and stain blocking over a variety of common stains including water, nicotine, smoke, ink, markers, and wood tannin stains.
Why you'll love this product
- Whole-house interior/exterior primer
- Excellent durability
- Outstanding flexibility
- Excellent adhesion
- Low-odor alkyd
- Can be topcoated in approximately four hours
- Meets MPI Category #69, Bonding Primer (Solvent based)
Primers are used for a variety of reasons. Use this chart to help determine if a primer is necessary for your project. The chart below indicates the best uses for this particular primer.
What’s your interior project? Use this primer to: New plaster Prepare and seal plaster for topcoat and ensure sheen uniformity New wood/trim Make a smooth surface so the finish coat around windows and doors is flawless Glossy surfaces Adhere to your glossy substrates such as aged alkyds or laminates so your topcoat has something to hold onto Significant color changes Provide hiding power to minimize number of topcoats needed Stain damage (smoke, water, tobacco, graffiti) Block out, cover, and kill stains to surface is ready for painting Wallcovering preparation Protect the drywall and prevent loose and/or curling edges Using a topcoat without a built-in primer Create a smooth and consistent surface for the topcoat to stick to What’s your exterior project? Use this primer to: Tannin bleeding Seal the surface, preventing excess moisture from bringing the stains to the wood’s surface Damaged wood Stabilize and repair damaged and cracked wood so that it’s able to be painted Painting over concrete or masonry Bond to the porous concrete or masonry and grip onto the topcoat so it doesn't bubble or chip over time Using a topcoat without a built-in primer Creates a smooth and consistent surface for the topcoat to stick to
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- Concrete block (CMU)