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Old 01-02-2008, 03:55 PM   #16
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Stubborn paint bleed through problem!!!

Any time there is a problem in only one area, always look for the variable. It sounds like the difference is the topcoat used compared to the other rooms. your paint guy was correct about the primers sealing the stains in but being able to see them thru the primer. other posts were also correct- the bin shellac should have taken care of smoke, stains, etc. / the only thing that makes sense is your topcoat. if you have time( before you buy aluminum paint) test the topcoat in one of the rooms that didn't have a problem. my 2 cents

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