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Old 12-02-2010, 06:38 PM   #16
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+1 on BIN. Unless you are spraying it on I wouldn't worry about the house blowing up but do ventilate well for your health.

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hello, first time on forum.. Painting Bathroom. Oil paint on walls. Purchase Kilz orginal oil base primer (recommended by home depot). Have gas furnace and water heater in basement. gas stove. SEASON WINTER. QUESTION: Don't know much about kilz, but was told to purchase this. I am confused now> I was told to purchase this product because oil base paint was on my walls color is light green.... and white ....I want to repaint (no oil base).. neutral color.....
my home is pretty big 1200 on first level and 700 in basement..... do I still need to turn off gas in order to use kilz? Can I paint walls and open window (cold) for ventilation..... DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO... BUT I NEED TO DO SOMETHING...... REDECORATING....WANT TO PAINT BEFORE I PUT IN NEW FIXTURES.....
NEED YOUR ADVICE AS TO WHAT TO DO........... THANK YOU
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No, oil-based paint is not that flammable. Laquer is a different story.
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You will srill need fresh moving so you don't pass out from the fumes.
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Will the drying time be longer since it is winter?
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Is it winter in your house???? Close the windows and doors then. Actually, winter indoor conditions tend to be drier than summer.

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