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Old 07-21-2012, 09:10 AM   #1
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Does paintable caulk need primer - sheen

It's been awhile since I've undertaken a bigger remodel/painting project.

Use BM 464 to caulk gaps on baseboard.
Painted base with Aura Satin.
The caulk area has a tint of higher sheen to it...

Is this ~normal~ of paintable caulk.
Would primer help with the sheen difference ?

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