Forum Title: Block filler to prime drywall?
The new company I work for does just that. They tint the block filler and use it for new/old drywall. I have never seen this done before and to me, it dont seem right. It seems to me to be very sticky and just does not seal properly. Has anyone ever heard of doing this? Can you give me some reasons why this is stupid, so I can present a proper argument against it? Also, they do allot of re painting offices and such. They use spackling to fix holes and every single time, the patches flash through the finish. They sometimes find things after they have repainted or the floor guy messes up the walls. Then they hit them with spackling, and hit the spots with finish paint. No matter how many times they hit the spots they always flash through. I have told them 500 times they need to prime any spots they hit, but they wont listen. The spackling says it has primer in it, so no primer is necessary. lol I have told them they need to use a primer on every spot they touch up, before or after the finish paint. My question is, what primer is best to prevent flashing? TY for any insight!
Category: Drywall Post By: LORRAINE DAY (Des Plaines, IL), 02/17/2018

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