"Zinsser" Drywall Primer White
An ideal water based primer for sealing new drywall. It dries quickly with very low odor. This sealer won't raise the nap on new drywall and seals the surface for painting in just 1 hour. Apply with any pad, brush, roller, or sprayer with .015" to .017" tip at 2000 to 2500 P.S.I. Use to seal drywall and tape joints. Sands easily for a smooth surface to apply finish paints. Use a high build, high resin, content Zinsser Primer Sealer under low-sheen wall paints for maximum holdout. White primer may be tinted up to 2 oz. of universal colorant per gallon. Covers approximately 400 sq. ft. per gallon. Clean up immediately with warm water and liquid detergent.
- 1 Gallon
- Color: White
- Great hide.
- Water base drywall primer.
- Ideal for sealing new drywall.
- Dries quickly with low odor & won't raise the nap on new drywall.
- Seals the surface for painting in just one hour.
- Sands easily.
- Clean up with soap & water.
Recommended Uses: Zinsser Drywall Primer is ideal for sealing new drywall. It dries quickly with low odor. Zinsser Drywall Primer won’t raise the nap on new drywall and seals the surface for painting in just one hour. Apply with any pad, brush, roller or, sprayer. Use to seal in drywall and tape joints. Sands easily for a smooth surface to apply finish paints. Use a high build, high resin content Zinsser Primer Sealer under low-sheen wall paints for maximum holdout.
Surface Preparation: Drywall should be clean, dry, sound and free of excessive dust, dirt, grime, grease, oil, wax, mildew, wallpaper adhesive or any contamination that might interfere with adhesion. Kill and remove any mildew.
Application: Shake or stir before using. Brush, roll or spray. Follow spray equipment manufacturer’s instructions. Airless spraying - .015” - .017” tip at 2000 – 2500 P.S.I. If thinning is required add no more than 10 oz. of clean water per gallon and apply a second coat of sealer. Apply between 50 ̊ F and 90 ̊ F, RH <85 %.
Coverage: Approximately 400 sq. ft. per gallon depending upon application method and surface porosity. Dry Time: Approximately 30 minutes to touch, 1 hour to sand and recoat.
Cleanup: Dry Time: Warm water and liquid detergent. Wipe up splatters before they dry. Follow equipment manufacturer’s direction to clean spray equipment.
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