Why Primer Coat Application Necessary before Painting
Why Primer Coat Application Necessary before Painting

Why Primer Coat Application Necessary before Painting?

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You’re not wrong if you think that every painting project is incomplete without applying primer. Whether it’s new drywall, bare metal, old wood or other surfaces, primer is highly recommended for any painting project. Primer is typically used as a consistent base, particularly for topcoats of paint which tend to be sticky, usually designed to adhere well to the surface.

Applying paints directly on the surface without even applying primer results in a few disadvantages. Additional paint coats may be necessary to achieve adequate coverage and the paint might not settle down properly to the original wall. The formulations of a primer are mainly different for different surfaces and it’s one of the things that every Pro Painter has to know.

For this blog, we’ll be discussing the importance of paint primer, including some common types of primer coat available today.

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