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Clinton c:
jQuery(document).ready(function($){jQuery(function(){jQuery("#msg_64216").css("overflow-y", "hidden");});});I'm repainting decks (white) that were originally latex but one has been repainted with oil base. Questio is what to use that will hold up decent and work over latex and oil

mymint87:
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--- Quote from: Clinton c on November 13, 2015, 07:42:17 PM ---I'm repainting decks (white) that were originally latex but one has been repainted with oil base. Questio is what to use that will hold up decent and work over latex and oil

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welcome....is the oiled deck holding up decently as you are expecting? consider that decks usually require a bit more maintenance when painted with a membrane paint vrs a penetrating stain, i would select my options over observed existing performance...nothing you apply will make the existing coats adhere to the substraights better... so look and see how the paints are doing, if the oil is looking better then oil them all, if the latex is ok then prime the one oiled deck and use latex....you are correct in seeking uniformity instead of a mix mash of oil here latex there....as a particular product, your seasonal climate, area and availabilty will determine what to use so forgive me for not suggesting a particular product, as i can only suggest what i use locally....good luck

soperfectpaint:
jQuery(document).ready(function($){jQuery(function(){jQuery("#msg_64219").css("overflow-y", "hidden");});});Before painting the oiled deck need some maintenance.If oil will increase the finish of paint then apply first oil to all the deck area.

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chrisn:
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mehr:
jQuery(document).ready(function($){jQuery(function(){jQuery("#msg_65787").css("overflow-y", "hidden");});}); Interior wall paints are formulated to give excellent coverage and good wash-ability.
Floor enamels are made to withstand abrasion.
Lacquers are formulated for rapid drying.
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