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Quick Instruction

Sealing a water stain prior to overpainting.

  1. Find and repair source of leak.
  2. Draw a light pencil line around the stain so you can see if it grows bigger.
  3. Only seal the patch when you are confident the problem has be resolved.
  4. Ensure surface is fully dry.
  5. Apply a minimum of coats of stain blocking paint.
  6. Allow to fully dry before overpainting with finishing paints.

Tools & Equipment

What tools, equipment and decorative materials are required for this task.

Water Stain on Paint: intelligent-decorating.comZinsser Bulls Eye 123 Plus,Zinsser BIN