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Leyland Trade Acrylic Primer Undercoat White 5Ltr (30244)

5Ltr. General purpose water-based primer undercoat, suitable for interior and exterior bare timber surfaces. Low odour. Touch-dry in 30 minutes. Covers approx. 13m²/Ltr.

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value Very good Primer/undercoat. Dries quickly & very little smell being water based. Good product. 8 Apr 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality & Endurance A great quality product that is applied easily and without too many coats. 17 Feb 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to apply Wife uses it everywhere and keys really well. Used on MDF shelving and everything is wearing well. Skirting boards are tough too. 27 Nov 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great primer. Use this stuff on all my jobs. Good for all kinds of decorating & for new MDF too. 1 Oct 2015
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Painting outside,Is this paint ok to paint on gloss as the wood is bare in places.
19 May 2016
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Hello. Yes this will be fine. the Leyland Trade Acrylic Primer Undercoat can be used on external bare or previously painted wood. on areas of bare wood, treat any knots with a knotting solution, then apply 2 coats. over previously painted wood ensure the surface is cleaned and rubbed down, then apply 1 coat. once dry over decorate with your desired topcoat. Thanks
23 May 2016
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Hi. Currently plasterboard walls are painted pink. We are intending to paint them over with white (regular emulsion). Is this primer suitable/recommended in this situation? Thanks.
26 Apr 2016
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Hello. Yes you could use this product prior to applying a white emulsion. however, depending on spread white, additional coats of matt emulsion may still be required. Thanks
29 Apr 2016
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18 Mar 2016
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Hello. Yes this product will be ideal for furniture. I would recommend 2 coats of this. You can then over decorate with oil based paint once dry. Thanks
21 Mar 2016
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We just moved house and we want to paint the walls which are wallpapers with stains. We have read that oil based undercoat primer and paints would do the job. Kindly advise if this product can be used as the wallpaper undercoat and if not can you kindly recommend.

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13 Mar 2016
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Hello Olan. the Leyland Trade Acrylic Primer Undercoat would be suitable as a base coat when trying to cover over existing wallpaper. However it is limited as a stain blocker as it is not formulated to act as such. The success will be dependent on what's causing the stain. I would also not recommend using an oil based undercoat as a basecoat to cover over wallpaper due to the strong odour it gives off when drying. An appropriate stain block primer should be used on the stained areas, which then can be over decorated with a top coat of your choice. Thanks
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The best option would be to strip the wallpaper, if not then use a stain block to stop the stains coming through again, then paint with undercoat. But again personally i would strip all the old stuff. Takes more time and effort but makes for a better job.
1 May 2016
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Hello. in theory you can emulsion over the Acrylic Primer Undercoat. however as standard emulsions are only classed as 'wipeable' durability will be an issue. I would recommend the Leyland Trade Acrylic Eggshell, which comes with a 'scrubbable' rating. Thanks
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Specification
Brand Leyland Trade
Coating & Finishing Type Satin
Coating Finishing Volume 5 Ltr
Colour White
Pack Size 1
Parent Colour White
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Diameter 178 mm
Product Height 233.5 mm
Product Type Acrylic Primer Undercoat
Total Product Weight 7.66 kg

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