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1-gal. Stain-Blocking Primer and Sealer Interior

$21.98 /each

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BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Stain-Blocking Primer and Sealer is 100% Acrylic, provides a mildew resistant finish and is high-hide white with a quick recoat time. It sticks to glossy surfaces, and is tintable for dramatic color changes.

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  • Ideal for drywall, galvanized metal, vinyl, aluminum, wood, concrete and on glossy surfaces or oil-based paint.
  • Sticks to Glossy Surfaces
  • High-Hide White
  • Quick Recoat Time
  • Tintable for Dramatic Color Changes
  • 100% Acrylic
  • Mildew Resistant Finish
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  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
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Can I use this as the sole paint to redo my kitchen cabinets? It is a very small kitchen space

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May 31, 2013
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January 28, 2014
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I think you would see through it. It is much thinner than paint and dries to a chalky sort of finish that is easy for paint to adhere to, but not necessarily something you would want as a final finish.
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January 14, 2014
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Definitely a good idea to use primer in the kitchen. BUT this is primer. You need a paint over the primer. If you want a flat sheen there I'd a flat enamel paint that cleans up pretty well. Otherwise you need something with just a bit more sheen like satin finish for better clean up.
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July 20, 2013
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NO! A primer will attract and absorb dirt and grease, it is not washable. Any latex with a sheen such as semi-gloss, satin, should be used. Do not use a gloss, it reflects to much light and looks horrible on walls and ceilings. It may be used on trim and doors.
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Dear Questioning painter,
Thank you very much for your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Interior Stain-Blocking Primer & Sealer should not be used as the sole paint for your kitchen cabinets. Primers are formulated for different reasons (versus topcoats) and should not be used as the final coat of paint. Primers are generally used for adhesion over challenging surfaces, along with blocking stains and Read More
Dear Questioning painter,
Thank you very much for your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Interior Stain-Blocking Primer & Sealer should not be used as the sole paint for your kitchen cabinets. Primers are formulated for different reasons (versus topcoats) and should not be used as the final coat of paint. Primers are generally used for adhesion over challenging surfaces, along with blocking stains and helping to hide previous paints when making a dramatic color change. Topcoats are designed for durability against wear and tear, stain resistance/stain removal and to provide long lasting color. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Interior Stain-Blocking Primer & Sealer will not give you the durability needed in you kitchen, unless you topcoat it with a BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Interior paint. The recommended sheen for a kitchen would be Satin Enamel, Semi Gloss Enamel or Hi-Gloss Enamel.
If you are looking to finish your spacing in fewer steps and less time, you may want to consider BEHR PREMIUM PLUS ULTRA® Interior Paint & Primer in One. This product has the primer build into it and will give you an excellent combination of adhesion, stain-blocking, durability and cleanability. Read Less
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can I use it over a stain?

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rochester ny
March 26, 2012
i'm painting a door that has been stained what do I have to do to it?
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April 16, 2013
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The door must be fully and well sanded then primed.
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June 30, 2012
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Give it a light sanding and go with a good BIN primer.
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March 27, 2012
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Hi The Mandms,
The first question I would consider... is this an interior or an exterior door? I cannot tell from your question, however please be aware that you are on the page for Behr Interior Stain Blocking Primer and Sealer so if you are painting an exterior door, there are better primer choices such as Behr Multi-Surface Exterior Primer and Sealer (link below). I agree with the comment from Read More
Hi The Mandms,
The first question I would consider... is this an interior or an exterior door? I cannot tell from your question, however please be aware that you are on the page for Behr Interior Stain Blocking Primer and Sealer so if you are painting an exterior door, there are better primer choices such as Behr Multi-Surface Exterior Primer and Sealer (link below). I agree with the comment from Designing Woman, you need to make certain that the door is clean and free of dust and other particulates. If the wood stain is glossy, it is always best to scuff sand the surface for the greatest possible adhesion.
http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100205766/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=behr primer&storeId=10051
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March 27, 2012
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Thank you the mandms for your question.
Yes - you can apply the BEHR Premium Plus Premium Plus Stain-Blocking Primer & Sealer to an oil or water based stained door. First clean the door– there should be no dust (use a wet cloth and allow to dry). Since primer is included in the mix - the product should easily adhere.
Best wishes with your project.
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Can I use this paint on manufactured home printed wallboard by itself?

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I am wanting to paint my kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Can I use this paint and can it be tinted?
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Please look at the instruction/use label but I would say yes. All primers can be tinted up to a certain point. Most paints come in tint bases to allow for the use of tint. If you are painting in lighter to medium shades the primer can be tinted as mine was. The product is outstanding. If you are painting over wallpaper that has been prepped you may want to use Latex Kilz or Zinsser 123 to be safe.
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January 14, 2014
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Yes it can be tinted. This is a primer. You'll need to paint over it with paint. I have had great assistance from the people at the paint desk.
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Dear Anonymous,
Thank you very much for your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Interior Primer & Sealer No. 75 is not a paint and cannot be used as the sole product on your kitchen, bedroom or bathroom walls. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Interior Primer & Sealer No. 75 is a primer, designed to block stains, provide added adhesion over challenging substrates and to seal uncoated surfaces. Paints (or topcoats) have other Read More
Dear Anonymous,
Thank you very much for your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Interior Primer & Sealer No. 75 is not a paint and cannot be used as the sole product on your kitchen, bedroom or bathroom walls. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Interior Primer & Sealer No. 75 is a primer, designed to block stains, provide added adhesion over challenging substrates and to seal uncoated surfaces. Paints (or topcoats) have other properties this primer does not have, such as the ability to be scrubbed and cleaned, and to deliver lasting, beautiful color.
BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Interior Primer & Sealer No. 75 will be a great choice as your first primer coat. However you will need to then topcoat this primer with a product such as BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Interior Paint. If you feel you do not need the primer step, you can simply choose BEHR PREMIUM PLUS Interior Paint for all your project needs. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
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What is drying time to put on final coat?

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We were advised to go 24 hours between coats. Our paint color was a deep red and very thick due to the tint. We were advised 24 hours per coat of primer & paint. It worked out great. I'm not very patient, but I'm glad we waited the time.
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I always allow about 45 minutes till repaint. I also paint with a 20" fan in the room I am working in, it helps to speed up the drying time.
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Dear Bill,
Thank you for your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Interior Stain-Blocking Primer & Sealer can be painted with the final coat of paint after one hour of dry time. If you are priming over stains, please allow four hours of dry time before you apply your final coat of paint. Allow 16 hours of dry time if you are painting over severe stains such as heavy water marks or wood tannins.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 109 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product Thick, but not too thick. Lays down and covers nicely. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by First time painting cabinets We did two coats of primer on our cabinets before starting with paint. This paint seemed to cover pretty well! I painted the cases while still up, so ended up doing three coats because wanted to do them thin enough so they wouldn't drip. This kind of paint stayed tacky for a while, and even after it wasn't, it seemed like it might chip. So that's the only reason I gave it 4 stars. We actually left for a bit after finishing, and that helped the paint to fully dry without disturbance. I'm SO happy with the result though!! February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by COVERED DARK GREEN WALLS This Behr Primer covered dark green walls with two coats. I didn't have the dark green paint on 100% of the walls so I just painted the primer where there was green, and when it came time to repaint the new white paint covered it nicely with two coats of the Behr Marquee paint. It blended so well that I don't remember what the dark green looked like anymore. An excellent product! August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Overpriced' lousy coverage. This is suppose to be a premium paint. They charge a premium price at over $25/gallon but when I started painting the baseboard in my newly remodeled kitchen I knew it was going to be a problem, I used right within an hour after buying it where they shook it for me so I know it was well mixed. The ambient temp in my kitchen is 72º F but this paint was thick and drying as I was putting it on. Making it impossible to spread evenly and leaving brush marks. I bought the most expensive brush HD had. It doesn't cover well and leaves plenty of brush marks. My trim looks like PVC with some artificial wood grain after putting 2 coats of this slop on it. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product. Excellent coverage. Provides very good subsurface. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT stain blocking Stains were not blocked after three applications. i should have bout kilz. i only bought this product because it was suggested for concrete and home depot did not carry the kilz concrete, or kilz porch & patio. because the stains are still visible i wonder if this is truly a sealant product. July 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Behr Primer This product worked great on drywall and plaster patches. It keeps the Finish paint from getting absorbed at different rates. Once the finish paint is applied, the patches become totally undetectable. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for covering old wood Home Depot colored this primer to closely match my final coat. The primer is a little thinner than normal finishing paint so it goes on very easy and completely covers the unpainted surface (in my case bare wood). It dries quickly and can be painted over the same day. June 24, 2016
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