What primer should I use?
With some paint manufacturers that claim that primer is in the paint some might ask why would I waist time and money with using plane primer. At Burke Painting we always evaluate the area that needs to be primed to make that decision because we know that any primer won’t just work for the specialized situation anything special timers to lock down substrates or prepare for paint to be able to bond for certain services or even cover or hide the pre-existing stains and or Texture. When an area is peeling we would us a peel bonding primer and sometimes if the peeling area is heavily damaged and it’s not in the budget to replace the damaged wood we would recumend peel bond thriple thick since it fills and helps smooth rough surfaces. If a surface has a stain then stain blocking primer is crucial as if this primer is skipped then the stain will come back shortly after painting.
Some primers are designed to kill mold, seal from water, stop rust or adhere to metal or plastics wear normal paints wouldn’t be able to adhere. Even beyond just timing sometimes an acid wash is needed before priming Some metals need to be acid washed what time is called a etching and this can be done with vinegar water if this step is skipped then even primers can fail in time. With every Projects uniqueness one basic primer is rarely the answer for the longest lasting and Quality work. Burke Painting is dedicated to using the best products on your home and business for its longest protection and Beauty that you deserve.