OK, I am leaving for vacation in a couple hours,so listen carefully
After removal of as much paper and PASTE as possible.
1. Sand walls
2. Remove all dust from walls.
3.Prime with Gardz using micro fiber cover, let dry a couple hours
4. Repeat 1 and 2( just sanding LIGHTLY to knock off any zits)
5 Apply your 2 finish coats using a good quality 1/2 inch cover and brush, letting drying time between coats
6 Remove drops and move on,you are done.
There is no need to apply 123 over the Gardz, in the same way there is no reason to apply Gardz to walls that do not have PASTE residue on them.
If you want to try and get away from the proper way of doing things you could have the 123 tinted to your finish color and apply that and 1( one) finish coat( 123 being somewhat cheaper than your finish color). I am not condoning this; as a coat of primer and 2 finish coats is the proper procedure.
My fingers are hurting from all this typing,so I will be back Thursday and see what's up
Happy painting and next time use Ben Moore:laughing: