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Old 12-10-2010, 11:23 PM   #1
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If I paint raw pine planks (#2 grade) with SW ProClassic and BM Impervo) how long will it take to dry before I can use it for bookshelves and not have the problem of the books sticking?

Should I use a primer first and, if so which primer?

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Oil based primer first and at least a couple days to dry hard. The finish paint will take a month to fully cure but I have put books back on them after a couplr days with no problem.
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Thanks for the response. Would you use a good acrylic paint? Satin or glossy? It would help to know how long it takes for that to cure, though I know it would vary according to conditions.
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This is what I use,still, give it 2 or3 days,longer is better.
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A hundred thank yous. (One for each shelf I have to paint.)
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You're most welcome, glad to help.

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