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Old 07-30-2009, 09:41 PM   #1
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I am planning to repaint interior wood trim. It currently has on oil paint and I'm thinking of using Sherwin Williams Pro-Classic latex semi-gloss. Will I get good adhesion with just using Krud Kutter deglosser, and then the SW Prep Rite Pro-Block as primer?

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I see no reason to use the deglosser if you are using a primer anyway,as long as the trim is clean.A very light sanding first would'nt hurt.

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The SW Pro Block Oil Alkyd is exactly what you need. If you are changing colors, have them tint the primer.
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