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Peeling paint - Peelbond
« on: August 06, 2019, 08:36 AM »
Just bought our first home and about to repaint the exterior. The house is almost 100 years old - the paint on the clapboard is peeling in certain areas (down to bare wood), alligatoring on the windows, and chippy paint on the rafter tails.

My previous approach on other products was scrape/sand, apply a high-build primer and sand smooth. I've been looking at Peel Bond Primer which, on paper, has the ability to bind old layer and self-level low spots. Dries clear, but also tintable and applied 30 mils wet?! I think I see the purpose from a production/commercial side as way to reduce prep work. But this my house..

Any first hand experience?
I find it hard to believe its going to spot-level 8 layers of paint next to bare wood - can it be sanded though?
What about a high build primer over the PB primer - Any product recommendations?
Can it be sprayed with a Graco Magnum X5 (tip commendation)?

Similar products:
Sherwin William Peel RX - applied at 6 mil
Zinsser Peel Stop - 8 mil

Thanks in advance

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Re: Peeling paint - Peelbond
« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2019, 12:11 PM »
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