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Painting latex over oil

Use these tips to avoid cracking and peeling when you paint over oil-based paint. or paint sprayer, apply at least two coats of a high-quality water-based latex. With the nearly total phase-out of oil-based paint in the U.S. in , the question of whether you can paint latex over oil-based paint is even. A: Before you paint over oil paint, or if you suspect it is oil-based and want When the primer coats are dry, you can then successfully use latex. It's generally good practice to use latex over previously-painted latex on any surfaces that expand and contract. Latex paint films are flexible and they move with the surfaces underneath of them, so if I apply a non-flexible coating (which oil is) over a flexible one I'm going to end up with issues that you would expect -- namely cracking, alligatoring, etc. Dec 17,  · The painters in our new (very old) row house painted much of the trim with latex paint over the existing oil paint without priming (despite being asked to do just that). As a result the latex just peels right off the old oil paint. Apply at least two coats of water-based paint over oil-based paint. Using a brush, roller, or paint sprayer, apply at least two coats of a high-quality water-based latex or acrylic paint (e.g., Author: Manasa Reddigari.
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