Block Out Exterior Tannin Blocking Primer is designed for use as a multipurpose latex exterior whole-house primer. Block Out excels at priming exterior wood and is formulated for use on metal and masonry surfaces, siding or most exterior substrates. Its latex formula blocks tannin stains on all new and weathered wood surfaces and can be top-coated with latex or alkyd finish coats. Exceptional tannin-blocking power Formulated for exterior wood, metal & masonry Can be used on new or weathered wood Top-coat with latex or alkyd paints
Block Out® Interior Primer is a modified synthetic primer-sealer carried in a special solvent that dries quickly and is effective over many different stains, including: water, tannin, smoke, rust, pencil, ink, nicotine, and coffee. Block Out primes, seals, and protects and can be used on bare or previously painted surfaces; interior drywall, plaster, wood, or masonry; and exterior masonry surfaces. Can be used as a spot primer for exterior wood shingles/composition siding. Solvent-based sealer Seals hard-to-cover stains Quick-dry formula allows for same-day priming and topcoating Top-coat with alkyd or latex paints of any sheen
A premium quality exterior primers ensure best results, especially when priming new or previously painted wood and weathered surfaces.
A complete line of interior premium primers deliver the exceptional adhesion and holdout required for a smooth and durable topcoat.
Seal Lock Plus is an alcohol-based interior primer/sealer that stops bleeding on plaster, wood, metal, and masonry. It helps block and lock down odors from smoke and fire damage and is an ideal replacement for pigmented shellac. Seal Lock Plus may be used as a primer for porous substrates or as a sealer/stain blocker. Alternative to shellac Excellent stain blocker Seals porous surfaces Dries tack free in 15 minutes
Stix Waterborne Bonding Primer is a premium-quality, acrylic-urethane primer-sealer with unparalleled adhesion to the most challenging surfaces, including glossy tile, PVC, vinyl, plastic, glass, glazed block, glossy paint, pre-coated siding, fiberglass, and galvanized metals. Bonds to "hard-to-coat" surfaces Cures in temperatures as low as 35° F (1.57° C) Creates an extremely hard film Excellent enamel holdout Can be top coated with almost any product