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New Home Owner's everywhere BEWARE! Your house may look pretty but it is covered in silicone and when you go to paint, this happens. Do not follow the advice of anyone who says to remove it. With this secret trade tip you can paint right over top. Painting tips like this can make all the difference towards getting a professional result. As always we are glad to help and answer your questions in the comment section. Cheers!
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Thank you so much! We were painting our bathrooms cabinets and it was just one spot that the paint would not cover. Like you said we kept painting it over and over, and it seem like the paint was running away from the spot. This video was very helpful.
you are an absolute genius! Such a simple solution beats all of the complicated scrape and repair for surfaces! Love you!!!
YOU NEVER FAIL ME! Exactly what I needed
I have caulking against trim and drywall, and a one inch flat line that is causing my paint to come right off. it is clear and i never even saw it. Seems this would work
Hello Jeff (and crew) thank you for sharing this. I have a similar situation and want to make sure KILZ will work. I recently built my first DIY project, a breakfast nook. Unfortunately, I was no advised on the differences between wood caulk and wood filler. I used wood caulk to fill in all the screw holes and smooth out all the knots in the wood. After realizing the mistake, I was able to remove the caulk from the deeper holes and knots however, I spread it around quite liberally. Using a heat gun it is possible to heat it up and then scrub/rub/wipe it off however, it appears to be harming the wood slightly. The wood is pine and eventually, want to paint it all pure white. Will KILZ work to prime over the caulk on the pine seating and seat back such that I can apply pure white chalk paint or milk paint and then a satin top coat without the caulked areas looking weird?