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Old 01-15-2018, 04:28 PM   #21
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KILZ!!!! it is anti mold and wont stink
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Old 01-15-2018, 06:24 PM   #22
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I used kilz, I had smoke damage and it did great, I used oil based paint.
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KILZ!!!! it is anti mold and wont stink
If you are talking about the oil based product, well painting it inside and in a limited air location is not recommended. And if you leave it uncoated with out a topcoat of any type, it will turn black in damp locations or high humidity areas with stagnant airflow..
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I would recommend using common since when using anything around a Boat (I think on this forum there is an assumed common since threshold)
If it does anything but yellow a little you need to fix your airflow problem. Bilges donít have to be moldy and musty. Take some time, fix the problem. Paint for me is for the location of oil drips
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Well Kilz is a flat shellac based paint. So its really not favorable for cleaning the surface of any soiled residue. And I have used hundreds of gallons to maybe a thousand over the years since mid to late 80s. The Bullseye Binzeed primer is the same product and we use both for priming almost everything including fairing compounds on epoxy. It makes a great base for filling and fairing. Then we go back with the dedicated primers for a selected high quality paint.
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