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Dulux Trade Quick Drying Wood Primer on MDF

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by keenbutconfused, 1 Sep 2006.

  1. keenbutconfused

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    I have some Dulux Trade Quick Drying Wood Primer left over. I have some MDF that I want to paint. Will the above be OK on MDF or do I need to shell out for the MDF variety. Am I going to notice any major difference.

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  2. Zampa

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    Thin it out a little and use it no problem.

    If its too thick the MDF will absorb it into the surface to quick leaving brush/roller/ marks and increase the chances of it flaking or chipping off
     
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    thin with water?
     
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    yep
     
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