As the original, shellac-base primer-sealer, nothing is better at permanently blocking stains, odors and wood knots. The piece that was sanded and without primer performed better. Sand off, or strip, the water-based primer from the cabinets and prime them with BIN shellac-based primer, or oil-based primer. If you're only spraying primer and paint through the same sprayer a couples times, it's fine as long as you clean the pump and spray line really good, but for repeated spraying, using two separate sprayers is best because residue builds up inside the pump and spray line over time, even after a good cleaning, and this can cause cross contamination issues with your finishes. I have sprayed two coats on everything. B-I-N® Advanced Synthetic Shellac Primer is a synthetic shellac-based primer sealer that provides excellent stain blocking for whole-surface interior priming and exterior spot priming. As I'm putting on my first coat of paint and noticing the yellow coming through. With two coats of latex cabinet paint on the doors, how can I now take care of this bleeeding problem? How can this be fixed? I was wondering if I can get a good spray finish from the can? The smell is probably the worst of any oil-based product I've used, but it bonds really well with wood and paint for a uniform finish. Answer: There are pros and cons to both products. I am brushing it. If it's gumming up when sanding, and you didn't prime the surface first, or you used a latex primer, that could be why, or it's the product itself. Question: Refinishing my kitchen cabinets w/ Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation. The primer is already very thin, similar to the consistency of milk. Question: Have you used Kilz original oil-based? When you apply it, work fast, get it on as even as you can, but do not try to over work it. KILZ Adhesion High-Bonding Interior Latex Primer/Sealer. You need to carefully clean all of the filters too if you're using an airless sprayer. Apply two coats of primer, sanding in between coats. The paint will rub off and scratch off easily, and priming and painting over that won't help anything. Depending on sale prices at the time of purchase, I'll use either BIN, or the white shellac primer from Sherwin Williams, which is the same exact product as BIN. Question: Which primer is the least toxic and the best at preventing mold? My thought was I really don’t have a lot to prime so I was thinking of spray cans. If you're referring to the best primer option, use oil-based primer, or white shellac primer (BIN). Depending on sale prices at the time of purchase, I'll use either BIN, or the white shellac primer from Sherwin Williams, which is the same exact product as BIN. I sand to remove the gloss. Question: Painting cherry cabinets with milk paint, which primer is recommended? It dries fast, 1 hour being the longest, which allows light sanding and second coating on the same day. If you're referring to the Pro Block oil primer, it's too thick for an HVLP without thinning it first. The other primer I recommend is INSL-X Stix bonding primer. I use a mix of warm water with ammonia and it cleans out the primer really well from my sprayer. Question: Does spraying bin require any thinning and will it clean with water alone from sprayer? Zinsser® B-I-N® Shellac-Base Primer is a primer-sealer, stain and odor blocker for almost all interior surfaces as well as spot priming for exterior use. using a China bristle is recommended but i would go with a good purdy nylon polyester brush.it leaves fewer brush marks..ps. They were nasty, you just couldn’t tell. It sands into a fine powder. Product Overview Zinsser B-I-N 1 qt. Question: I’ve never sprayed paint before. Hi Matt I used shallac primer on a mahogany Vanity it covered nicely is it possible to distress it and use a water base clear as a finish coat thanks Dave. Answer: Yes, BIN shellac primer is a good product to use on your bathroom cabinets, but it's messy to work with if you're brushing and rolling because it's really thin and splatters easily. If you sand in between coats of paint, use 320-grit. Then spray a nice even coating of primer. Covers up to 500 sq. but i follow you and love your info depend on it for a top dollar jobs. I got Zinsser Cover Stain Primer. It's very thick & I'm afraid it's going to leave streaks on my raw wood. An ever-reliable and popular brand, KILZ Adhesion bonds securely to even the most demanding... Zinsser Cover Stain. I am painting my oak kitchen cabinets. According to the Dowdings, the best primer is INSL-X Prime Lock. Check your filter too if your sprayer has one. When you spray BIN always strain the primer first and clean the sprayer carefully with ammonia water mix. Any oil or latex paint can be applied over it. Once completely dry, it sands easily for an excellent bond with paint. Is it possible to wait too long as well? There are some newer BIN products like the advanced synthetic version, which I've never used. Don't let the primer sit inside your sprayer for more than a couple hours either. It is perfect for use on inte..MORE rior surfaces and spot priming of exterior surfaces. I use a Graco airless sprayer to spray BIN. no what they claim dont use a water base primer. They are better at blocking tannin bleed than oil-based primers are. You need to use ammonia, or denatured alcohol to clean your sprayer and completely remove the primer. Would acetone react badly with either of these products? Answer: I would use your sprayer. You can use the same primer on veneer. Question: I have new oak cabinets that I sprayed with Kilz latex and they are still gumming up when sanding after four days drying. Ideally, you should use a primer on your cabinets to further prepare them. The most widely used shellac primer that you've probably heard of is Zinsser BIN. Question: When painting cabinets do you have to paint the inside or just paint the frame? Like oil-based primer, this primer smells horrible too, but the smell doesn't linger all day long like oil does. Think of latex primer as the jack of all trades and master of few. The way I prime doors is I spray and store them horizontally, using the Door Rack Painter system. I sanded the cabinets and used Zinsser Bulls Eye 123. Kills stains. Shellac primer contains alcohol, which evaporates as the coating dries. Question: Hi! Primer is a must, but not latex primer. I would prime two coats of either product I mentioned. That might be too abrasive. This stuff is THE BEST for covering stains or knot holes and adhering paint to slippery surfaces. Now it’s time to paint! B-I-N® Advanced Synthetic Shellac Primer is a synthetic shellac-based primer sealer that provides excellent stain blocking for whole-surface interior priming and exterior spot priming. Zinsser® B-I-N® Shellac-Base Primer is a primer-sealer, stain and odor blocker for almost all interior surfaces as well as spot priming for exterior use. Can you recommend the best option? When you sand, use a 220-grit sanding sponge (3M brand work great). But if you plan to brush and roll, this product won't splatter as much as shellac. Price is no object I just want to make sure I get the smell and stains covered for good. Paint alone doesn't bond well to wood cabinets without primer underneath. These are cheap and prevent over-spray from blowing onto the neighbors house, or car. These produce a softer finish with a little less over-spray than the regular RAC 5 tips by Graco. Let the primer dry overnight, then carefully flip the drawers and doors over an repeat the process. I spray two coats each of primer and paint on everything. Also, make sure you clean the cabinets and sand. Question: What primer can be used on veneer, and is there anything that can be used on laminate? If you get some brush stroke marks in the Cover Stain, you can sand them out when it fully dries. Bin's is very sandable and should be sanded between coats. With the paint, when I'm unsure of exact amounts I'll need, sometimes what I'll do is have the store leave a gallon or two untinted so I can return them if needed, or I'll use them for my next project. Quickly brush the back of the door with primer. 2. Answer: Let the primer dry overnight before sanding and painting. Question: Is Zinsser spray can BIN primer just as effective as the can? I've read as much as I can on this forum and others about painting kitchen cabinets. Question: I have wood cabinets. Cover Stain sands a lot easier that way. Will the shellac-based work as well as the oil-based on my raw wood? Just enough to take off the gloss. Question: Should I clean up my sprayer when I get done with applying primer? This primer blocks everything except marker stains. The milk-thin consistency of BIN makes it splatter easily when brushing and rolling, but for spraying, it's awesome. The primer sprays fine with an airless sprayer, but a bigger spray tip is needed, preferably size .015 to .017, otherwise the material won't atomize well, resulting in fingering when spraying. Answer: Yes, you can use Emerald urethane over BIN. Is this normal or is this tannin? Cover Stain oil primer is great for cabinet priming, or Zinsser BIN (shellac primer). I'm planning to paint/roll the frame and spray the doors. The point of using a primer is to ensure that the paint sticks to the surface better, which will result in a long-lasting finish. The primer prevents wood tannin and annoying stains from bleeding into top coats, and the primer forms a solid bond with paint too. The rest of the test pieces are all sanded quickly with 200 grit sand paper, and painted with 3 different primers. Does that include both sides of the cabinet doors? Answer: Spraying in general is preferable to brushing cabinets, but based on my experience with spray cans of primer, they don't always perform the same exact way as primer from a gallon can. Answer: I spray the first coat of paint the next day. I thought my cabinets were fairly clean. Answer: You didn't mention if the Kilz latex is a primer or their paint. I have an HVLP sprayer (wagner flexio 3000). Removing the doors (and getting everything labeled so you can put them back up! Sometimes there will be a few tannin spots on a couple doors that the primer didn't completely seal. I was told by a Benjamin Moore sales person to use INSL-x stix primer on my 20 year old dark cabinets…after finishing the long step by step prep work, I painted on my first coat of primer. Question: Have you ever used Sherwin-Williams Extreme Bond Primer? I am now painting with SW Emerald urethane trim enamel. If there's tannin bleed everywhere then it sounds like the wrong primer was used and the doors would need to be primed again. Can shellac be painted over the primer or will I have to sand the cabinets again? She does not want to use oil based primer. Remove the paint, apply two coats of oil primer, or shellac primer, and paint. B-I-N® is the ultimate shellac-based primer, sealer and stain killer. Depending on sale prices at the time of purchase, I'll use either BIN, or the white shellac primer from Sherwin Williams, which is the same exact product as BIN. It's not at matter of if, but when. I have been reading that the BIN shellac would provide a good seal coat to help prevent the fisheye problem. Water-based paint bonds poorly to oil paint without a bonding primer underneath. A contractor sprayer like this can handle BIN without a fire hazard. I sprayed on 2 coats. Question: I was raised on BIN, it was always the go-to primer. I did not think that a primer would be needed because of the existing laquer finish. … Shellac based primers do not dry as durable as oil-based primers … Primes white. Wouldn’t BIN in a spray can be preferable to brushing cabinets? The paint doesn't yellow like oil paint, but dries hard, similar to oil paint. Matt is a professional painter and freelance writer, sharing his knowledge, house-painting tips, and product reviews. At roughly $22 per gallon, the price is half the cost of BIN. You can clean the brush periodically to prevent hardening on the bristles. Can I apply the primer directly without removing the actual finish? The most widely used shellac primer that you've probably heard of is Zinsser BIN. While you could sand the loose latex paint off, prime, and paint, you already have a weak bond underneath from the original problem. It sprays really nice into a smooth finish. Oil primer dries harder than latex and it seals the surface. Factor in roughly the same amount of primer. Answer: I wouldn't wipe them down with acetone. Matt G. (author) from United States on April 30, 2020: Yes, the imperfections in the primer will show through the enamel, so sanding them out is important. Answer: Yes, the surface still needs to be sanded, cleaned and primed. Blocks stains and odors from fire and water damage, and seals stains from rust, sap, tannin, lipstick, creosote, dark colors and more You helped fix my mess, no thanks to Lowe's! For the sandpaper grit, a finer grit of 150 or 180 is good for the first sanding. Ask if they have a Graco 395 for rent. One big advantage the… Oil primer dries harder and sands nicely too. this primer has more body and holds paint better . Milk paint alone doesn't have any sealing properties. I need some advice. Painting Oak Cabinets – To Spray, or Not to Spray? BIN shellac primer is very thin like milk and goes everywhere when brushing it, but it seeps into the grain much better than Cover Stain because of its consistency. Thanks Mike. With an HVLP,.you'd have to constantly refill the cup, but with an airless, you can work directly out of the can and spray all of the doors in one session without having to stop to refill. Matt G. (author) from United States on March 30, 2020: Don't use any paint on your cabinets without cleaning, sanding and priming them first. I don’t believe you can spray BIN shellac through it because of the fire hazard. How much primer and paint is needed to paint cabinets? Nobody likes the odor, but oil-based primer seals the surface of cabinets the best, preventing tannin bleed. Question: How long do you wait after your last coat of primer to cure before applying your cabinet paint? Even though I will be using a roller and brush I think I'll go with Zinsser BIN Shellac based on your article. White pigmented, shellac-based primer, is great for use on kitchen cabinets as a stain blocker and base coat for paint. Cherry bleeds red oil like crazy, so if you don't prime the cabinets correctly, you'll see red streaks everywhere through the milk paint. Bookshelves are tricky to spray. Water-based primers such as Mythic Universal primer, or Blackfriars problem-solving primer or Zinsser Bullseye 1-2-3, offer similar properties to the more traditional primers, with none of their usability or odour issues. Answer: I would use BIN or oil-based primer. Professionals love B-I-N because it dries faster than any other primer. BIN lays out really nice on cabinet doors when sprayed flat. Answer: The white surface residue from Cover Stain primer is normal and easily removed with a tack cloth. Latex primers can peel in sheets, so they aren't the best choice for cabinets with any kind of sheen. I've painted many cabinets using this combination. This also prevents having to use a grain filler on the entire surface of the doors. With more even coverage? Oil-based primer, or white shellac primer, are the best options for painting lacquered cabinets. Ammonia works great for this and costs less than denatured alcohol. ft. You have to be careful not to spray heavy on the door edges, or the primer will drip. I have been in the paint bus for yrs. Anyway, I do have some bleed through as you describe in this article. Bonding Primer. It blocks the tannins in wood really really well. Having used both brands many times for priming cabinets and interior wood work, either one is fine, but check sale prices, because regular pricing is around $46 per gallon without a sale, as of this writing. Question: I have a Graco Magnum X7. Don't reuse the flushed out ammonia water. no what they claim dont use a water base primer . Wrong! Question: Have you ever sprayed a Hi Bild tinted lacquer over the BIN? Using the Zinsser BIN primer can save you the added step of using the sanding sealer, if you’d prefer to go that route. You might want to also strain the primer before pouring it into the holding cup. If you're spray painting oak cabinets, there's one extra step of grain filling involved, but one benefit of using this primer is that its very thin consistency fills wood grain a lot better than oil primer does, even without filler. Cabinets also need to be sanded and cleaned to remove surface contamination. Use a sanding sponge to sand out the imperfections. It won't look as smooth as if you were to use a sprayer. I spray and store cabinet doors horizontally. It's thin and will spray nice through an HVLP without having to thin it. But I thought the instructions that came In the box said not to use them together?? using a China bristle is recommended but i would go with a good purdy nylon polyester brush.it leaves fewer brush marks..ps. BIN brushes on smoother because it's super thin, but it will dry out on your brush pretty fast. Both are excellent sealers and stain blockers. Question: I am getting ready to paint my ugly orange looking stained cabinets. This was a project I long avoided, but knew it would be a great change! Answer: Clean the cabinets, sand with 220-grit, and prime two coats, sanding in between coats with 220-grit. Question: I'm getting someone to paint my new kitchen cabinets. Answer: Yes, I've used Kilz oil-based primer many times for blocking stains on drywall, but I haven't used it for priming cabinets. I recommend spraying cabinet doors outside if possible, or in an empty garage, if the weather permits. But if you’re looking for a super smooth professional finish, you can give your last coat of BIN Shellac Primer a … If your cabinets have tough stains that won't come out after cleaning, Pro Block will seal them in. My cabinets look fantastic now on to the doors to be done correctly, thanks to you! After can I use Benjamin Moore advance paint. Valspar Cabinet Enamel Semi-Gloss. These primers are best saved for really stubborn stains or repainting cabinets and other items where a hard, smooth and durable finish is required. Then apply 1 or 2 coats of the BIN with a roller preferably. What can i use to stop peeling of latex paint on door jams that was put over oil paint ? My favorite primer in this category is Zinsser Smart Prime.. Question: I need to repaint my cabinets. I do know though that because it's latex, the primer will not seal in wood tannin. INSL-X Primer Sealer. Answer: I use Emerald urethane enamel for cabinet painting and would recommend it. Once the work area is clean, arrange the clean, sanded cabinet doors for the first primer coat of paint. I have tried using a 310 and a 312 but I constantly have to clean the tip due to clogging and array streams. Matt is a professional painter and freelance writer, sharing his knowledge, house-painting tips, and product reviews. Question: What about cabinets that aren't high-quality wood, like the cheap ones in an RV or apartment? Question: I am putting bin shellac and emerald Eurathane trim over my stained cabinets. I am painting my oak kitchen cabinets white. I know I need to sand and fill the wood grain but what would be the order of all that? I was just wondering about the order of things. Question: For thinning down with HLVP, do you use alcohol or ammonia? Do I still need to prime and if so are these the primers to use? I've heard of it. I have worked with several products, but there are three I really like for priming cabinets. It cleans pretty well with a coarse scrub pad. Matt G. (author) from United States on July 29, 2019: Strip the paint off the cabinets and start over with oil primer then your paint. I am trying to figure out when I can apply my actual color? I painted them on the inside with a/c on 76 , 4 days ago. Answer: No, the store is wrong. Just enough to scuff up the surface of your primer. Do you use the same spray equipment after spraying BIN Shallac Primer, and then spay lets say a Latex paint? If you’ve never used Zinsser BIN primer before, let me introduce you to a game changer. It also stops bleeding knots and sap streaks. The primer is a lot thicker than shellac, so when using a brush and roller, a light coat should be applied to avoid heavy texturing that would show through paint unless sanded. Answer: No, I've never sprayed lacquer over BIN, only paint. I read that oil-based white will yellow. Use a gentle grease remover… I would just use a mild cleaner and rinse the surface good. So as I understand it, using a shellac primer on lacquered cabinets is the way to go? You could test a couple doors first before spraying all of them, or you could rent a professional airless sprayer to spray the BIN. Question: What about paint? It's sold in most major home improvement stores. I have trouble believing this. … The fast dry time of shellac based primers really speeds up production time. An oil-based primer, which typically has a very strong smell, is a good choice because it adheres well to laminates and other surfaces that are slightly glossy. Shellac-based primer dries hard, similar to oil primer, but without the extended dry time associated with oil-based coatings. It's a poor choice for cabinets. Question: I have bought a new unfinished cabinet to added to the kitchen. Zinsser is a brand that is a part of the Rust-Oleum family of paints and primers. It's cheaper than de-natured alcohol. Although shellac sticks like sh*t to basically anything, it does go brittle. Is is reusable ? How long do you let the shellac base primer dry before flipping? Shellac-Based White Interior\Spot Exterior Primer and Sealer can be used in low temperatures and sticks to any surface without sanding. Your thoughts? You can buy cheap bottles of ammonia for a couple bucks each. Answer: If the cabinets are new and already painted, latex primer is probably fine. Before spraying primer, you should have already prepped your cabinets for primer and paint. Latex primer is also soft when dry and rubs off easily. Answer: The tip I use the most to spray BIN on cabinet doors is a 310 tip. I soak them in ammonia water overnight and they're clean in the morning. The dry time is fast, typically under one hour, allowing for light sanding and a second coat the same day. HVLP would be okay though for spraying BIN on the cabinet wall boxes. So, I just throw the brush away when I’m done. Pigmented Shellac like Bins is a great stain blocking primer. Offers excellent adhesion to glossy surfaces, including glass. Trust me. Sand the cabinets first to remove the gloss so the primer sticks good. You can also get a fine finish spraying BIN through an airless, using fine finish spray tips. prepped your cabinets for primer and paint. I plan to do it with a roller-brush, and top it with BM Advance. BIN is a shellac-based primer that I use when spraying cabinets. “This resin-based primer is a sealer as well, so nothing bleeds through. Find the Zinsser B-I-N 1-Quart Shellac White Interior and Spot Exterior Primer and Sealer 00904, shellac primer dries to the touch in as little as 20 minutes and should be recoated after 1 hour for best results from The Home Depot Answer: No, BIN does not require any thinning. You still need to mask everything in the kitchen very carefully before spraying, regardless of the sprayer being used. Use the one contractors keep in their vans: Zinsser® B-I-N® Primer. I'm sure it would be fine to just clear coat it instead, but I've never done that myself. I'm looking for a white paint to my dark wood cabinets. Wow i've heard of this once upon a time and just forgot and never pursued it. 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