I sand to remove the gloss. Question: I'm getting someone to paint my new kitchen cabinets. Shellac based primers do not dry as durable as oil-based primers … I spray the doors in a homemade spray booth, using the Zipwall dust barrier system to control over-spray. The paint doesn't yellow like oil paint, but dries hard, similar to oil paint. My cabinets look fantastic now on to the doors to be done correctly, thanks to you! You might want to also strain the primer before pouring it into the holding cup. But an HVLP is fine too, it's just going to take you a lot longer to finish the job if you're using it to spray multiple doors. Painting your kitchen cabinets is easy — it’s all the prep that goes into it that’s hard. In terms of the finish, this primer levels over the surface really nice as it's sprayed on, regardless of the sprayer being used. Use an oil-based or shellac-based primer. Use the one contractors keep in their vans: Zinsser® B-I-N® Primer. In other words, it's for spot priming only. As the original, shellac-base primer-sealer, nothing is better at permanently blocking stains, odors and wood knots. Professionals love B-I-N because it dries faster than any other primer. Is this normal or is this tannin? Matt G. (author) from United States on April 26, 2020: Thanks Mike. The tiny molecules of the oil based primer dig into the rigid edges and creases of your surface that you created by sanding your surface. It combines fast dry time, low odor, excellent hide and stain blocking for new … It sands into a fine powder. Question: I have a Grace Ultra Max airless handheld sprayer. Some good varieties are Zinsser BIN Shellac-Based Primer, Sherwin-Williams White Pigmented Shellac Primer Question: Does spraying bin require any thinning and will it clean with water alone from sprayer? I am painting my oak kitchen cabinets white. While you could sand the loose latex paint off, prime, and paint, you already have a weak bond underneath from the original problem. Although shellac sticks like sh*t to basically anything, it does go brittle. Valspar Cabinet Enamel Semi-Gloss. To get a super smooth finish with this primer, apply two coats, sanding between coats, and wipe off the dust with a tack cloth. I definitely recommend the Graco FFLP (fine finish, low pressure) spray tips for spraying primer onto cabinets. Now I want white cabinets. If so, what are your thoughts? However, it is not recommended for exterior use, and clean up is more challenging. B-I-N White Advanced Synthetic Shellac Zinsser 1 qt. Can you recommend the best option? Great for interior use in ceilings, walls, doors, trim, cabinets, furniture and more and spot priming on exterior surfaces. This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Question: I was told by my local hardware store that I did not need to prime my stained cabinetry. I spray and store cabinet doors horizontally. Offers excellent adhesion to glossy surfaces, including glass. You can use your HVLP sprayer for the cabinets, but you'll likely have to thin the primer and paint, depending on the products you choose. no what they claim dont use a water base primer . Some guy working at Sherwin Williams claims he painted Emerald Urethane on his lacquered cabinets and it bonded well. I have done some cabinet refinishing and occasionally have trouble with fisheye after thoroughly cleaning and sanding. Then spray a nice even coating of primer. That's why you're getting tannin bleed on your cabinets. When you apply it, work fast, get it on as even as you can, but do not try to over work it. I don’t believe you can spray BIN shellac through it because of the fire hazard. I paid alot for these cabinets and want to make sure I'm getting a good paint job. It requires mineral spirits to clean up, so be sure to keep some on hand for any potential spills or drips. Answer: I use Emerald urethane enamel for cabinet painting and would recommend it. I applied Zinsser Cover Stain and once dried, there is chalking. 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. Would this still be the best choice? Question: How long do you wait after your last coat of primer to cure before applying your cabinet paint? Question: I was raised on BIN, it was always the go-to primer. This stuff really sticks to just about everything and it dries in the blink … Open a window and the odor is gone when the primer dries. Dump it out and use fresh ammonia for the next cleaning. So in my research, I have found B.I.N to be the ultimate primer over Kilz original and with the price tag yo match 80$ for 5 gal of Kilz vs 180$ for B.I.N. I did the shellac primer, two coats, sanding between and cleaned. Can I use graco airless sprayer to spray Bin Shellac with smallest tip 218. Latex primer is also soft when dry and rubs off easily. INSL-X Primer Sealer. BIN is as thin as milk and lays out really nice when sprayed. This will smooth out the oak, but it's very difficult to completely eliminate the natural grain pattern. Use a gentle grease remover… Your paint finish will be super smooth with the right prep and spray technique with the primer and paint, but if there's rough spots in the paint, sand them out with a 320-grit sponge and spray again. Guess what? Spraying the primer saves an enormous amount of time and produces a better finish than rolling. Answer: The white surface residue from Cover Stain primer is normal and easily removed with a tack cloth. The faster dry time allows me to spray two coats of primer on cabinets, followed by the first coat of paint, all in the same day. If you sand it 2 hours after priming it will be gummy and harder to sand. System 1 Primer: Apply 1 coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Pegalink Universal Adhesion Primer @ 10m² per litre by brush, roller or spray. Wrong! I spray it with my airless sprayer. I've always cleaned my cabinets with Krud cutter deglosser/ cleaner. Answer: If the cabinets are new and already painted, latex primer is probably fine. I have moved the doors and drawers to the garage to see if the heat will cure them better. 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. I've read as much as I can on this forum and others about painting kitchen cabinets. bin spray or bin is not the best choice for priming cabinets.inmo would go with zinsser cover stain oil. You can use a spray can of oil primer to spot prime those spots. You only have to use it between prime coats where needed. BIN is a shellac-based primer that I use when spraying cabinets. Spraying the oak cabinet doors on a flat surface, using a 310, or a 312 tip, you can build up the primer pretty good to fill a good amount of the grain holes, but some deeper cracks will remain. 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 keep a spray can of oil primer handy to spot prime if necessary. Primes white. Allow to dry for 24 hours @ 20°C. It's dirty and you definitely don't want to cycle that back into your pump and line. There is already a weak bond. If you spray BIN, you need to clean the sprayer with either ammonia or denatured alcohol, not paint thinner. How long do you let the shellac base primer dry before flipping? They have a clear coat on them. If I’m being honest, it’s also my go-to primer that I recommend to people asking for what they should use to prime furniture or cabinets, basically because it’s pretty fool-proof to use. The rest of the test pieces are all sanded quickly with 200 grit sand paper, and painted with 3 different primers. Shellac-based primer dries hard, similar to oil primer, but without the extended dry time associated with oil-based coatings. Matt G. (author) from United States on May 16, 2019: I'm glad you found the article helpful for your cabinet painting project. 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. Question: I'm planning to spray some new oak cabinets for a friend using a HVLP spray system. 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 And if you apply 2-3 coats (depending upon the graininess of your cabinets), it does a great job in filling the grain to a large degree. Even though I will be using a roller and brush I think I'll go with Zinsser BIN Shellac based on your article. 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. If so, how does this compare to Cover Stain oil-based? Quickly brush the back of the door with primer. You'll get a better finish. If you cleaned the sprayer with only water and no ammonia that would cause the primer to solidify and form chunks inside that would definitely cause clogs. For oak, BIN is very thin and fills in the grain cracks pretty good even without filler, but not completely with spraying alone. Question: Can you paint over the Zinsser BIN Shellac primer with Sherwin Williams Emerald Urethane enamel paint? As I'm putting on my first coat of paint and noticing the yellow coming through. I got Zinsser Cover Stain Primer. In this project I tried to prep with something other than a bonding primer and had a major FAIL. Help! The Best Shellac-Based Primer for Cabinets. You need to cover everything very carefully if you brush BIN, or even Cover Stain because both products sprinkle everywhere, and they're both very messy to brush and roll, especially BIN. Removing the doors (and getting everything labeled so you can put them back up! I am a pro painter and I’m considering using the BIN schellac. Either one would be fine for primer on your cabinets. Or can I just lightly sand my cabinets and go ahead with my two layers of shellac primer? You helped fix my mess, no thanks to Lowe's! The piece that was sanded and without primer performed better. Question: I have wood cabinets. Price is no object I just want to make sure I get the smell and stains covered for good. Answer: It depends obviously on the number of doors and how many coats of primer and paints you're spraying. Question: I am only painting my cabinet fronts as I am ordering new doors. Question: What grit sandpaper do you use between primer coats and for prep? When spraying doors horizontally, the material levels out really well on grainy oak, seeping into cracks without having to roll it. It dries very hard and seals surfaces exceptionally well. Question: Do I need to somehow remove a combination primer/paint before applying the appropriate oil-based primer to "wood" in my RV, or can I paint over the existing product (Beyond Paint) with the correct primer? I use a Graco airless sprayer to spray BIN. Use the one contractors keep in their vans: Rust-Oleum® Zinsser® B-I-N® Primer. Question: What do you use to clean and de gloss your cabinets before priming? The cost is about $42 per gallon at regular price, as of this writing, but you can buy BIN at many paint stores, except Sherwin Williams, using discounted account pricing. Even painted cabinets should be primed, unless they were primed before, and the paint is in good condition with no visible tannin bleed. Plus, it can be sanded and levels well, ensuring a smooth finish and helping to mask minor imperfections. This particular product is one of the oldest and most trusted shellac-based primers and sealers on the market.Shellac-based primer can be thought of as heavy-duty stuff. It functions in three ways: 1. Wrong! I thought my cabinets were fairly clean. Cordon off the kitchen. This is what I used on the oak sections of my kitchen cabinets. Question: Painting cherry cabinets with milk paint, which primer is recommended? How can this be fixed? Answer: Yes, you can use Emerald urethane over BIN. Question: I have new oak cabinets that I sprayed with Kilz latex and they are still gumming up when sanding after four days drying. It levels a lot better than oil primer does, producing a nicer looking base coat. Now it’s time to paint! You can also get a fine finish spraying BIN through an airless, using fine finish spray tips. But if you plan to brush and roll, this product won't splatter as much as shellac. Factor in roughly the same amount of primer. ft. BIN primer is great for cabinets. Answer: No, you should sand the clear coat to dull the surface for the primer. It works well for cabinet priming and spot priming. I was just wondering about the order of things. It sprays really nice into a smooth finish. Your overall finish will look a lot better and you'll save tons of time. B-I-N®, developed in 1946, is the original shellac-based white-pigmented primer-sealer stain-killer. When spraying outdoors, spray the doors inside a spray shelter before carrying them over to an enclosed drying rack. 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. If you paint directly over stained cabinets without primer, tannin and the existing stain will bleed through the paint (no matter how many coats are applied), resulting in a hideous paint job. Cover Stain oil, not the newer latex version, is a good primer sealer and bond coat for kitchen cabinets. We are having the ducts cleaned tomorrow and will begin the cleaning and paint process over the weekend. Cabinets also need to be sanded and cleaned to remove surface contamination. 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. Once completely dry, it sands easily for an excellent bond with paint. Suitable for use on interior surfaces and spot priming of exterior surfaces. using a China bristle is recommended but i would go with a good purdy nylon polyester brush.it leaves fewer brush marks..ps. Also once you flush system with 50:50 ammonia and water, what do you do with that biproduct ? If you primed with BIN, or oil primer, which is good, the rough texture is probably from sanding dust on the surface, or you sprayed too light and the overspray itself misted onto the surface creating the texture. If it is tannin, should I stop now and purchase Zinsser shellac? The primer lays out nicely over cabinets that have been cleaned and sanded. B-I-N® is the ultimate shellac-based primer, sealer and stain killer. BIN is a little gritty out of the can sometimes. 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. You need to use ammonia, or denatured alcohol to clean your sprayer and completely remove the primer. Cover Stain works as a stain blocker and a bond coat. Preparing your cabinets with quality primer can make a BIG difference in how your final top-coat paint looks and lasts. Oil primer is good when you're painting stained cabinets. This makes a huge difference when you are trying to create a mechanical bond between primer and surface. You can clean the brush periodically to prevent hardening on the bristles. One of the biggest mistakes made when painting cabinets is using latex primer instead of oil. What Types are Available? last summer I did some ext. Many people have written on the importance of prep, including sanding, but others have praised Zinsser BIN primer for its ability to stick without first sanding/deglossing, just cleaning the cabinets thoroughly. Trust me. Which primer would you recommend for this, the zinc shellac or sherwin Williams pro block? So confused! You need to carefully clean all of the filters too if you're using an airless sprayer. Like oil-based primer, this primer smells horrible too, but the smell doesn't linger all day long like oil does. I sanded the cabinets and used Zinsser Bulls Eye 123. 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. If your cabinets have tough stains that won't come out after cleaning, Pro Block will seal them in. Question: What tip size would you use in an airless sprayer to spray the BIN primer? When you sand, use a 220-grit sanding sponge (3M brand work great). They are better at blocking tannin bleed than oil-based primers are. You can use the same primer on veneer. In today's video I will be showing you how I painted my MDF panel doors - using my new favourite primer Zinsser B.I.N. I would just use a mild cleaner and rinse the surface good. Also, make sure you clean the cabinets and sand. It won't look as smooth as if you were to use a sprayer. … I applied 2 coats. InslX "stix" primer is a urethane acrylic which has amazing adhesion qualities. Question: Have you ever used Sherwin-Williams Extreme Bond Primer? A coat of grain filler levels out oak. Ammonia works great for this and costs less than denatured alcohol. The dust has to be completely removed from the corners and you have to spray a nice solid coating. I've used spray can BIN to spot prime without issues, but not for spraying entire doors. I don't know why, but that's been my experience with oil primer. If you don't follow Maks comment about glue, the hagster can point you to the right link regarding how to use exterior brown carpenter's glue to kill knot bleed through. HVLP would be okay though for spraying BIN on the cabinet wall boxes. Spraying consumes more material than brushing and rolling. Benjamin Moore Cabinet Paint: Painting cabinets is a great way to update your kitchen, bathroom, or even your laundry room without spending a lot of money. Now I see how thick it is, I'm thinking of going with the BIN Shellac based. 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. At roughly $22 per gallon, the price is half the cost of BIN. Question: I’m painting my bathroom cabinets with semi- gloss enamel . This formula is bright white, a color that plays an essential role in bringing out the shade of the topcoat. Zinsser is a … Great for use on all interior surfaces & spot priming on exterior surfaces. Said it's horrible to work with and I won't be able to stand to stay in the house for 3 weeks because of the smell. An ever-reliable and popular brand, KILZ Adhesion bonds securely to even the most demanding... Zinsser Cover Stain. KILZ Adhesion Latex Primer is available … If you're using a different sprayer brand, see if they offer a fine finish spray tip. Zinsser BIN is a stain block, adhesion primer and barrier coat all in one. Cover Stain takes hours to dry. I am on my second coat of primer and the primer is not drying white but tan. Water based primer is the most pleasant to use and the easiest to clean up. Answer: No, I've never sprayed lacquer over BIN, only paint. Answer: It would be best to sand that all off and start over with oil primer. Water-based paint bonds poorly to oil paint without a bonding primer underneath. Most can be used inside or outside, but check the label before you buy to make sure it is compatible for your planned use. Do I now need to take off my cabinet's first layer of paint and then do the two coats of primer? Answer: Clean the cabinets, sand with 220-grit, and prime two coats, sanding in between coats with 220-grit. using a China bristle is recommended but i would go with a good purdy nylon polyester brush.it leaves fewer brush marks..ps. Blocks stains and odors from fire and water damage, and seals stains from rust, sap, tannin, lipstick, creosote, dark colors and more Seals porous surfaces with excellent enamel holdout, even sealing bleeding knots and sap streaks. Cover Stain is good. Answer: The cabinets are bleeding tannin through the primer because the primer you're using is water-based. I use the green FFLP spray tips from Graco. Answer: I use Simple Green Surface Prep cleaner. If you sand in between coats of paint, use 320-grit. Zinsser B-I-N primer is a shellac based primer that will stop tannin bleed in its tracks! Answer: Yes, the spray can version is the same as the version in a can. It's cheaper than de-natured alcohol. Bin's is very sandable and should be sanded between coats. Answer: Yes, white shellac primer can be used underneath latex and oil-based paint. This primer produces a very fine dust that makes a huge mess if you don't contain it. Sand the second coat and remove the dust again. Matt is a professional painter and freelance writer, sharing his knowledge, house-painting tips, and product reviews. The price is a little high compared to oil primer, but I haven't had any problems with BIN. A contractor sprayer like this can handle BIN without a fire hazard. These are cheap and prevent over-spray from blowing onto the neighbors house, or car. Filling the grain fills the deep valleys and cracks in the wood that can be difficult to work the primer into when spraying. Do I still need to prime and if so are these the primers to use? I always spray two coats of white pigmented, shellac primer, on cabinet doors, lightly scuff sanding in between coats. Any oil or latex paint can be applied over it. A few dings/gouges have appeared in the soft wood so I've filled them with either painter's putty or Bondo Glazing Putty, depending on the area. This onlyOccurs while using the BIN shellac primer. BIN lays out really nice on cabinet doors when sprayed flat. Matt G. (author) from United States on June 19, 2020: I use two separate sprayers for primer and paint. If you get some brush stroke marks in the Cover Stain, you can sand them out when it fully dries. 3. This stuff is THE BEST for covering stains or knot holes and adhering paint to slippery surfaces. Those need to be checked and cleaned. Use 220 to sand the primer and 320 if you sand between paint coats. If you're referring to the best primer option, use oil-based primer, or white shellac primer (BIN). Primers for clear lacquer 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. We use it for many purposes, bare wood, worn wood cabinets smoke and water damage etc. As a bonus I think it can wipe off the sanding dust. It is perfect for use on inte..MORE rior surfaces and spot priming of exterior surfaces. bin spray or bin is not the best choice for priming cabinets.inmo would go with zinsser cover stain oil. That's what I use when spraying my cabinets and it works great. Sand Again. 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. The primer seals stains from water, smoke and fire damage. Question: What about cabinets that aren't high-quality wood, like the cheap ones in an RV or apartment? Just enough to scuff up the surface of your primer. Sand and clean the cabinets good before priming too. If you’ve never used Zinsser BIN primer before, let me introduce you to a game changer. Answer: I wouldn't wipe them down with acetone. The shellac based primer is the most durable and provides the best adhesion. If using Zinsser 1-2-3, it is best to seal knots first with Zinsser BIN. Shellac-based primer, sealer and stain killer. Question: I'm preparing to paint my kitchen cabinets. It's already as thin as milk and should spray without any problem. My final tip for painting varnished wood is to use a high quality bonding primer first. It's thin and will spray nice through an HVLP without having to thin it. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters. Question: I need to repaint my cabinets. Oil primer dries harder and sands nicely too. The reason I use an airless sprayer is because it's faster and far more productive than using an HVLP when it comes to spraying twenty plus cabinet doors. I am painting my oak kitchen cabinets. The paint is too soft. This product is an excellent sealer that bonds well with wood. Matt G. (author) from United States on September 25, 2019: The problem is more than likely that a bonding primer wasn't used over the oil paint and that's why the latex paint is peeling. Any help. Let the primer dry at least 24 hours and sand again using a "very fine" grit sandpaper. I use an airless sprayer and don't have to thin my primer and paint. I was thinking about doing it with the bin primer in a spray can or the Sherwin Williams shellac primer in a spray can. Any thoughts? Question: What about paint? I read that oil-based white will yellow. Products like latex Kilz 2 and Bullseye 1-2-3 won't completely seal wood to keep tannin from leaking into the paint. It combines fast dry time, low odor, excellent hide and stain blocking for new … Oil-based primer is usually under $30 per gallon. It's also not the best option to use on cabinets. no what they claim dont use a water base primer . With a couple windows open, the smell is gone in a couple hours. Primer is a must, but not latex primer. Latex primers have come a long way in the last 30 years and they are good for a variety of applications. Looking for a “silver bullet” primer that covers everything unwanted? Then I apply two coats of paint. 3. But I thought the instructions that came In the box said not to use them together?? Question: Refinishing my kitchen cabinets w/ Rustoleum Cabinet Transformation. I've heard of it. this primer has more body and holds paint better . Does that include both sides of the cabinet doors? Answer: On laminate, oil-based bonding primer, or shellac based primer, like BIN, is fine. If your cabinet frames have crown molding and lots of paneling, that will consume more primer and paint. I need some advice. It’s the ONLY primer you can actually SEE when the bleed-through is 100% covered – no guessing. It cures as fast as it dries, making it ideal for kitchen cabinet repainting, doors, and trim work. Question: Have you ever sprayed a Hi Bild tinted lacquer over the BIN? Answer: No, I haven't used Extreme Bond Primer. She said the latex works just as well. You can brush and roll this product fine too, but with the fast dry time, the primer will start to get gummy if you don't work it onto the surface fast enough. This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. If there's tannin bleed everywhere then it sounds like the wrong primer was used and the doors would need to be primed again. It is formulated to seal, prime and block out stains on previously painted or new work. Zinsser 1 qt. With more even coverage? I use BIN. 3. The other primer I recommend is INSL-X Stix bonding primer. You can also try spraying a little heavier as it's possible the primer isn't seeping into the cracks enough to block the tannin. 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