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ORIGINAL 1-gal. White Low-VOC Oil-Based Interior Primer, Sealer and Stain-Blocker

$16.98 /each

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KILZ Original Low VOC 1-gal. White Primer, Sealer and Stainblocker is an oil-base primer, sealer and stainblocker with a low VOC formula. It is excellent as a base coat for latex or oil-base paint. Its powerful stain-blocking properties block most odors, as well as interior water, smoke and tannin stains. It can be applied to almost any interior surface, including furniture, drywall, plaster, paneling, brick, masonry and even painted metal.

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  • Use on a broad range of interior surfaces including wood, drywall, plaster, paneling, wallpaper, masonry, brick, painted metal and properly prepared glossy surfaces
  • Oil-base primer with low VOC formula
  • Proven performance blocking severe stains and odors in Disaster Restoration
  • Easy sand ORIGINAL formula makes a great enamel undercoater
  • Seals odors and blocks water and smoke stains
  • Resists mold and mildew growth
  • Seals porous surfaces for better paint coverage
  • Recoat in approximately 2 hours
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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I need an oil based primer to cover some med brown wall paper so I can paint over it will the Kilz work and should I use two(2) coats of paint after.

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Oil based primers resist shrinkage over time. Latex is best using for quicker drying time. yes you can put an oil based primer on, but you need to prime it first. And I highly recommend sanding the oil down for better adhesion/durability
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August 14, 2014
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kilz original oil base is what I use when covering over wallpaper I'd use 2 coats primer i'ts easier to do 2 coats than have any of the old wall paper start to lift and yes on the 2 coats of paint no matter what the can says it almost always takes 2 coats
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August 7, 2014
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Hi Helpwiththisprojectplease,
Thank you for your interest in KILZ Original Low VOC 1-gal. White Primer, Sealer and Stainblocker. This oil-based primer will produce an excellent foundation for your project. Please know that this is a primer and not a paint product. After priming you may need 1-2 coats of paint, depending on product coverage and desired finish.
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Hi Helpwiththisprojectplease,
Thank you for your interest in KILZ Original Low VOC 1-gal. White Primer, Sealer and Stainblocker. This oil-based primer will produce an excellent foundation for your project. Please know that this is a primer and not a paint product. After priming you may need 1-2 coats of paint, depending on product coverage and desired finish.
We hope this helps and good luck with your project! Read Less
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July 28, 2014
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Hi help,
Kilz works very well, however you may need two coats of paint
if you are going to a very light color.
Try the Kilz and one coat of paint and see how it goes.
You can always apply a second coat of paint if necessary.
Mike,
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Oil or Water Based

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I recently purchased a house from a lady who had two cats and also smoked. Do I go with an oil-based or water-based primer on the drywall? What about the trim? The cats urinated in lots of places, so I'm not sure if it makes sense to do parts of the concrete floor (already ripped out the carpet and old hardwoods).
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This particular product is oil-based. There are several other types of KILZ primer and many of them are water-based.
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February 24, 2016
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I know that the primer on this page is oil based. That was not my question. I noticed HD sells an oil-based Killz and a white water-based version. I was seeking clarification on which I should use given my situation.
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February 23, 2016
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The paint is oil based.
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How long do I need to wait before I can move back into my room?

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Per the question, I'll be sealing a 6 foot by 6 foot area on my bare plywood floor with the oil based Killz, a cat decided to urinate in a couple of spots so there are some nasty odors, so it needs to be sealed prior to putting down the new hardwood. So I'm wondering how long I need to wait before I can safely sleep in the room?
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This fumes from this stuff are pretty strong. I painted a small bathroom with the window open and I was fine. I wasn't living in the apartment at the time but I would wait about 4 hours assuming you can air out the room.
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January 4, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry and sorry for the delay in feedback. KILZ Original is an effective odor blocker for the cat urine and should work fine as a sub-coat to new flooring or carpet. KILZ Original is designed as quick dry product and can be re-coated with a second coat of primer or the paint topcoat in one hour. However, we recommend you provide 2-4 hours if possible to allow the primer to dry. As Read More
Thank you for your inquiry and sorry for the delay in feedback. KILZ Original is an effective odor blocker for the cat urine and should work fine as a sub-coat to new flooring or carpet. KILZ Original is designed as quick dry product and can be re-coated with a second coat of primer or the paint topcoat in one hour. However, we recommend you provide 2-4 hours if possible to allow the primer to dry. As for the time to move back in due to odors from the oil-based primer, this should dissipate within a few hours of application if the space is properly ventilated. If you are particularly sensitive to odor, we can suggest to use KILZ Odorless which has faster odor-dissipation technology OR wait 12-24 hours for odors to fully dissipate as long as space has proper ventilation. Read Less
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what is the sq. ft. coverege for 1 gal of kilz origional oil based primer?

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400 square feet
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Hi mountainwoman,
One gallon of Kilz Original Oil-Based Interior Primer, Sealer and Stain-Blocker has a coverage area of 300-400 square feet depending on surface type. For example, a smooth surface will fall more on the high end of coverage, where a rough surface may fall closer to the low end of the range.
Hope this helps. Good luck with your project!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 262 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good coverage of very dirty and stained drywall The drywall separating my garage from the house had never been painted in its 50 years of life - it was filthy, stained, and covered with writing. I wanted to paint it and so started with a can of this stuff. I was very pleased with the result - after one coat this was ready for the regular paint top-coat. I did go back and put a second coat of this over where the worst water stains had been as I could still see them a little. Great value especially compared to the price of good quality paint. Being oil based the fumes were pretty strong and it took about 2 days for the smell to die down, but well worth it. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent coverage - a little hard to work with This primer really does it's job. I used it to paint white over tongue and groove cedar in a bathroom. The consistency of the paint is very thick and a little sticky so it can be somewhat hard to work with. Sort of like painting with marshmallow fluff, but not that extreme. The coverage is excellent. I painted a top coat over this primer and there is no dark color showing through. This is an oil-based primer so the clean up is more work than water-based paint bt that is true of all oil-based paints. BTW, no problem painting a latex topcoat over this primer. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Professional cover up Great product to cover those unsightly water stains on a ceiling. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kiltz This a really good cover up from smoking Covers up so you only need one cover of original paint July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Most amazing primer Kills original primer and Kills 2 are in my opinion the only primer to use. For any project! June 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Oil based paint While the smell is terrible, and lasts 2-3 days, oil based paints provide superior coverage and protection, in my opinion. May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Primed kitchen Our old house had very damaged kitchen walls with numerous layers of old paint/wallpaper. After extensive scraping and sanding etc to prepare the wall surface witch probably would have been easier to just put up new Sheetrock - we used the kilz primer to block out the old stains and it did exactly what we needed done - it worked great. My only disappointment is that we inadvertently bought the oil based which requires mineral sports for cleanup - which is very messy trying to clean up the rollers and paint tray. Ended up just having to throw them out. Will use the product again but would recommend the water based over the oil. March 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Buy more than the label says The oil-based product covers better than the latex, worth the extra hassle of cleanup. Biggest reason for the low "value" rating is that the coverage was not even close to what was shown on the can. Ended up buying almost twice as much to get the job done. April 19, 2016
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