I too am afraid there is lead paint under there somewhere!? Already Have an Account? August 27, at 2: It can be done, I've painted latex over oil but only after a number of years. If you're up to your ears in paint chips but no further to pinning down a hue, our new 3-part series is for you. I find oil resins really stick great! Not much dust is kicked up.
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Peeling Latex over Oil Base Paint.... help!
Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. If you're up to your ears in paint chips but no further to pinning down a hue, our new 3-part series is for you. This topcoat dries more like oil hard finish , but doesn't yellow like oil. When this is dry, appraise the situation. If you cant sand area, use liquid sandpaper.. But I find for bookshelves and desktops it never becomes fully hard, so when you set objects like a vase on it even years later, the vase will stick to the paint. Because water and acrylics are compatible with both latex and oil-based paints, they make an ideal isolating surface for this task.
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Latex Semi Gloss Over Oil Semi Gloss - Can It Be Done?
Sanding with coarse paper maybe a heat gun but be careful is the likely solution. Use a highly reliable latex, nothing from a big box store, no primer and paint mixed, to me that is not a good paint. The idea of painting latex over an oil base is a practice I used almost daily. Thank you for your time!! In cases where the oil paint is questionable, I would use a transitionary primer such as zinnser or gripper. Let dry before I use a latex primer.. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. I have a bookshelf that was oil based and the painter painted it over with latex and no prep. The former owner even painted the ceramic bath tiles and now they are peeling, that will be the next project! I have conducted similar experiments a number of times, with similar results.
Description:The only issue I have seen is that they are a little more sensitive to some cleaning solutions. Then you want to use some trisodium phosphate, or TSP, you can find it in any paint store or home center. That's the major advantage This is the result of poor surface preparation sanding prior to the application of the paint that is peeling. I don't think an oil based primer is necessary. Any OIL painting I restore or paint myself dries more quickly than the acrylic painting, that needs drying and curing time. The whole latex over oil thing - is for purposes of what is more acceptable for expansion characteristics of the two paints. Most paint stores carry the hybrid type now, but Glidden's is less expensive. Notify me of new posts by email. If you try to use latex a water-based paint on top of oil paint with an alkyd or linseed oil binder without the proper preparation or primer in between, all your efforts will peel off or chip off before long.