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77wilson 11-12-2013 08:34 AM

Minwax wood putty
 
Is it recommended to paint latex over minwax putty?

Gymschu 11-12-2013 10:11 AM

Usually Minwax putty is used when you want to match the color of your woodwork…….it fills the nail holes. Then a final coat of polyurethane, or other clear coats is applied to finish it off. If you are filling nail holes on woodwork that will be painted, just use spackle, let it dry, sand it flush with the wood, spot prime it with latex primer, and then apply your final topcoat.

If you paint over Minwax putty with ANY kind of paint, you usually get bleed through which will leave spots on your woodwork. I don't recommend it if you plan on painting your trim.

Jmayspaint 11-12-2013 11:42 AM

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Originally Posted by 77wilson
Is it recommended to paint latex over minwax putty?

If you mean this stuff; http://www.minwax.com/mobile/wood-fi...wax-wood-putty
Then no.

Minwax does make wood fillers that are fine for use with latex, but not the putty. It's non drying oil base and can bleed through latex paint/ clear coats.


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