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KILZ 13 oz. White Oil-Based Interior Primer, Sealer and Stain-Blocker Aerosol
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KILZ

13 oz. White Oil-Based Interior Primer, Sealer and Stain-Blocker Aerosol

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KILZ Original sealer, primer stain-blocker in a fast-drying aerosol formula. Its powerful stain-blocking formula also blocks most pet and smoke odors and creates an excellent base coat for latex or oil-base paint. Use it on almost all interior surfaces including furniture, drywall, plaster, woodwork, paneling, wallpaper, masonry, brick, painted metal and properly prepared glossy surfaces.

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  • Quick dry recoat in 1 hour
  • Blocks smoke and water stains
  • Seals odors, including those from pets and smoke
  • Ideal for use on multiple interior surfaces
  • Provides an ideal base coat for latex or oil-base paints
  • White pigmented

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how many spray cans of kilz would i need for a 3ft x 3ft area on my ceiling?

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WPB, Florida
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From experience I would suggest buying a small can of Kilz to put on with a brush or mini roller Worked better than spray cause you can control amount with brush. Sorry I couldn't answer how many cans.
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I would say two cans would be enough.
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Justin, TX 76247, USA
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July 22, 2015
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That depends on the composition of the ceiling. If is rough cedar you may have to use two cans. If it is a normal sheet rock ceiling only one can. If it has spray popcorn, it could take several cans to cover completely.
In general, one can should easily cover the 3x3 area.
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1 can should do it!
Each can has a coverage of 20 - 25 sq. ft.
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March 24, 2015
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! can as it does not have to be a heavy coat to seal the stain.
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One should be more than enough for more than 3 applications. Make sure you get the can that is designed to do ceilings! The nozzle on it sprays up as opposed to out. You can hold the can upright and spray the ceiling easily with excellent coverage. Conventional nozzles require you to tilt the can almost horizontal to the ceiling. This will cause problems. If in doubt, request help from the Home Depot Read More
One should be more than enough for more than 3 applications. Make sure you get the can that is designed to do ceilings! The nozzle on it sprays up as opposed to out. You can hold the can upright and spray the ceiling easily with excellent coverage. Conventional nozzles require you to tilt the can almost horizontal to the ceiling. This will cause problems. If in doubt, request help from the Home Depot staff in making your selection. Make sure you get the can for ceiling applications...It will save you BIG headaches! Read Less
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August 12, 2014
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One. I love this product.
If it is not convenient to shop at Home Depot- get two cans.
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Pomona, CA, USA
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One can should easily cover that area.
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St. Louis, MO
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February 7, 2014
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Hello, The coverage is approximately 20 - 25 sq. ft. per aerosol can. Depending on the stain, one can should cover the area. If you have additional questions, please contact us directly at ask@kilz.com. Thanks!
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January 15, 2014
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Hello Kih090701!
There is a Kilz primer specifically for ceilings, Kilz Upshot. The nozzle actually sprays the primer up, making it easier for you to paint your ceiling. :)
Here is a link for this primer:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/KILZ-UPSHOT-10-oz-Overhead-Oil-Based-Interior-Stain-Sealer-Aerosol-10007/100371324
1 can of spray primer will cover 14 - 19 square feet. Your area is 9 square feet. You Read More
Hello Kih090701!
There is a Kilz primer specifically for ceilings, Kilz Upshot. The nozzle actually sprays the primer up, making it easier for you to paint your ceiling. :)
Here is a link for this primer:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/KILZ-UPSHOT-10-oz-Overhead-Oil-Based-Interior-Stain-Sealer-Aerosol-10007/100371324
1 can of spray primer will cover 14 - 19 square feet. Your area is 9 square feet. You will be able to get 1 coat out of one can. If you need another coat, it may cover it. But, if the surface is pretty porous, you it will not get 2 full coats so you will need another can.
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can this be usd to fill interior hair-line cracks

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hair line craks
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NO. The product is to cover
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You can try- but remember this is a primer and stain blocker- not used for filler.
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No- use spackle first to fill in cracks as this is like a spray paint
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July 30, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this oil based aerosol primer should be able to fill in the hair-line cracks as long as they are not large cracks. If the cracks are large, it will need a thicker primer to fill them or may even need to be patched before priming/painting. If the cracks are really "hair-line" like, then the oil based primer sprayed on should work. Please read label instructions Read More
Hello and thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this oil based aerosol primer should be able to fill in the hair-line cracks as long as they are not large cracks. If the cracks are large, it will need a thicker primer to fill them or may even need to be patched before priming/painting. If the cracks are really "hair-line" like, then the oil based primer sprayed on should work. Please read label instructions and apply this in a well-ventilated area. Best of luck on your project! Read Less
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I would say no unless you want dripping to occur since this does not go on think. If the crack is flat instead of parallel then you may be able to but this will probably still not look pretty. Hope this helps!
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Kilz is not designed nor intended to be a filler. Like any paint it does fill to some degree but not enough to even cover small hair line cracks. Normal latex paint is thicker and would do more than Kilz.
What you want to look at is a small tube of quick dry paintable patch that you put on like tooth paste and wipe off the excess.
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will it seal the smell of old cat urine in the floor

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Not for sure, but if the floor is wood and being painted and sealed, maybe so
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Much cheaper to just use any latex paint
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Only if you plan on spraying the entire floor with this, otherwise it will not mask the smell for very long.
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July 22, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your question. KILZ® ORIGINAL Aerosol White Oil-Based Interior Primer, Sealer and Stain-Blocker does seal pet odors. Be sure to follow all back label instructions and best of luck on your project.
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Once applied Kilz would block the odor for a short period of time but due to the nature of cat urine and the location, the odor would come back. Kilz is more for non contact areas such as walls and ceilings. Traffic on the floor would eventually breakdown the Kilz barrier.
It is suggested that you first get and use a urine neutralizer. Once the odor has been treated find a good floor sealer to make sure Read More
Once applied Kilz would block the odor for a short period of time but due to the nature of cat urine and the location, the odor would come back. Kilz is more for non contact areas such as walls and ceilings. Traffic on the floor would eventually breakdown the Kilz barrier.
It is suggested that you first get and use a urine neutralizer. Once the odor has been treated find a good floor sealer to make sure that any lingering urine does surface again. Read Less
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July 21, 2015
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Yes, this product can help to remove animal urine smells.
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Kilz It is oil based primer. Can I apply water based popcorn spray over it?

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Yes you can
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After it dries of course - yes
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I would not recommend this.
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Yes, in fact it is better to use an oil based primer than a latex based primer. The reason is that to remove popcorn from the ceiling, you merely have to lightly spray it with water and scrap it off. If you use a latex primer you run the risk of the popcorn falling off the ceiling making a huge mess.
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Yes, I have and it looks great.
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May 26, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, the water-based popcorn spray can be applied over KILZ Original primer. Please ensure that you allow a few hours for your KILZ primer to dry before applying the top coat. If the air temperature is higher and/or there is a lot of humidity, please allow up to 24 hours to allow the primer to fully cure. Hope this helps, and be sure to follow all back label Read More
Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, the water-based popcorn spray can be applied over KILZ Original primer. Please ensure that you allow a few hours for your KILZ primer to dry before applying the top coat. If the air temperature is higher and/or there is a lot of humidity, please allow up to 24 hours to allow the primer to fully cure. Hope this helps, and be sure to follow all back label instructions! Read Less
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Squirted paint all over my project. Bad can of paint made a big mess all over. and was very hard to clean up. August 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Unacceptable - Out of date product The can date shows 11/14/13. This on a can I purchased last week. When I pulled off the cap there was dried and cracked paint around the nozzle and the nozzle was clogged. I cleaned the nozzle and got it spray and it came out like you would expect old paint would, in spits and globes. With a lot more shaking and cleaning I got it to spray and it foamed like wall texture. I have used KIILZ in 5 gallon buckets and found it to be a good product. This spray can isn't. Home Depot should not sell old stock. September 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Needed to paint a furniture piece. One coating of this was enough to have the paint stick well to my furniture. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kills Spray is a great product Spray KILLS is a great product for getting into places that you cannot get into with a brush. It covers very well, If You shack the can about 10 times. I will buy it again when needed August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good spray primer I used this to prime a hand rail that I was installing on some porch stairs. The coverage is good, and Kilz is easy to use. Clean up of the can is just inverting it and spraying until the aerosol is clear. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sealed much better than I expected. Made the job very simple. The primer went on smoother and sealed better than I expected. Will definitely use it on other projects. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Coverage is great Coverage is great and no need to re-apply. No bleeding of area being covered by the product. Would highly recommend for your troubled spots. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Impressed I've used Kilz before. Never the aerosol. Impressed again! July 19, 2016
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