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PREMIUM 1-Qt. White Water-Based Interior/Exterior Primer, Sealer and Stain-Blocker

$9.48 /each

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KILZ PREMIUM primer is a superior quality, interior/exterior, fast drying, low odor, Zero VOC water-base, primer-sealer-stainblocker. Formulated to minimize problems caused by color changes, minor stains, surface textures and porosity differences, it offers excellent adhesion and provides a mildew resistant coating. KILZ Premium can be used on furniture, drywall, plaster, woodwork, paneling, wallpaper, masonry, brick, painted metal and properly prepared glossy surfaces. The fast-drying formula is ready for the second coat in as little as 1 hour.

  • High hiding formula blocks previous colors and medium stains
  • Use on a broad range of interior and exterior surfaces
  • Mildew resistant finish makes it ideal for high humidity areas such as laundry and bathrooms
  • Low odor zero VOC formula is great for interior priming and stain-blocking in occupied environments
  • Fast-drying formula is ready for a second coat in as little as 1 hour
  • Excellent adhesion enhances topcoat durability
  • Can be topcoated with latex or oil-base paints
  • Seals surfaces for uniform finish
  • Easy soap and water clean-up
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Would this primer be appropriate to use on a concrete bathroom floor?

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February 5, 2014
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Cartersville, GA
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October 6, 2015
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I would think that you would need a special paint and/or primer for this but not sure. Bulls Eye 1-2-3 primer by Zinsser should do it. It is great primer. You can use on glossy surfaces without sanding, it is also used on concrete and a number of other surfaces. Most primers will not do this. It is also mold and mildew resistant. I would recommend trying this one. I love it.
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February 7, 2014
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Hello Michael, For concrete/masonry, KILZ® Premium would be the best choice. You want to try to get the surface as clean as possible. To prepare the surface, we suggest you scrub the surface to remove dirt and debris and allow it to dry thoroughly before primer application. Uur primers are not designed to withstand heavy foot traffic so we always recommend it's applied under your preferred flooring or Read More
Hello Michael, For concrete/masonry, KILZ® Premium would be the best choice. You want to try to get the surface as clean as possible. To prepare the surface, we suggest you scrub the surface to remove dirt and debris and allow it to dry thoroughly before primer application. Uur primers are not designed to withstand heavy foot traffic so we always recommend it's applied under your preferred flooring or topcoated with a floor paint. Unfortunately, we do not have any coatings that can be used as a topcoat on floors. If you have additional questions, please contact us directly at ask@kilz.com. Thanks! Read Less
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Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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February 6, 2014
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Probably. I used it on cinder block and it worked. I like to use two coats because it gives it a more even look.
If you are going to cover it with tile or carpet then one coat should be fine.
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moreno valley calif
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February 6, 2014
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i used it for a wooden shed had no problem. using Kilz for years.
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February 6, 2014
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No Michael,
Kilz Premium is not a flooring primer.
Try Behr #436.
It is intended for floors and lists concrete among the many surfaces to which it will adhere.
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Can i apply on the dusty surface on the drywall?

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July 6, 2016
My new house paint peeling off when I tape test and I can fell under layer has white powder like dust. It is almost every where. I don't think I have time to go over them. So my idea is just primer over then topcoat later.
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Macedonia, OH
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July 20, 2016
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To get good adhesion the dust must be cleaned off.
Paint does not adhere well to dusty surfaces and can
cause clumping.
Even vacuuming with a brush attachment is better than
doing nothing.
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Falmouth, MA
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July 7, 2016
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I am having a hard time understanding what you did or are trying to do. I have never heard of "tape test" what is that?
If your walls are just raw new sheetrock with lots of joint compound dust on them, take a broom and just quickly brush the dust off. If you painted over walls that had a lot of dust on them and the paint is not sticking and it peeling I would try and scrape the loose paint off and Read More
I am having a hard time understanding what you did or are trying to do. I have never heard of "tape test" what is that?
If your walls are just raw new sheetrock with lots of joint compound dust on them, take a broom and just quickly brush the dust off. If you painted over walls that had a lot of dust on them and the paint is not sticking and it peeling I would try and scrape the loose paint off and then prime the whole wall. Read Less
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July 7, 2016
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No, you can not apply this on a dusty surface on the drywall.
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how do i block the oil stain on the dry wall so that i can paint

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I have a oil stain on my dry wall. I have tried cleaning it with kitchen soap and water and it does not go. What are the things i need to do to block this stain and do a paint job? Please explain in detail as this is the first time i am doing this. Thank you.
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Macedonia, OH
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If you have an oil stain it is best to use the Oil Base KILZ.
A low sheen Shellac will also probably work.
Both need Brush cleaner for clean-up, water will not work.
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It depends on what kind of oil and how heavily saturated the wall is. If there is a lot of oil on the walls it may break down even oil based KILZ. Water based KILZ will not work over oil stains, in my opinion, and experience water based KILZ is a waste of time and money; use oil based KILZ, if the area is not to big get a spray can of oil based KILZ and use that, I use that a lot.
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April 7, 2016
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Hi G123. Thank you for your inquiry. This is one of the main reasons why you need to use a primer before painting. The primer will seal any porous surfaces on your drywall, help smoothen the surface, give better adhesion for the paint to grip to and to block/hide any stains that you don’t want to bleed through your new paint. After ensuring the drywall is clean and dry, apply a coat of stainblocking Read More
Hi G123. Thank you for your inquiry. This is one of the main reasons why you need to use a primer before painting. The primer will seal any porous surfaces on your drywall, help smoothen the surface, give better adhesion for the paint to grip to and to block/hide any stains that you don’t want to bleed through your new paint. After ensuring the drywall is clean and dry, apply a coat of stainblocking primer with a brush, roller or spray as you would like painting. KILZ Premium is a good choice of primer for this. After you've applied the primer, allow to dry for at least 1-2 hours. If the oil stains are very strong or bleed through the primer, a second spot coat can be added to those areas with the stains. The stain does not have to be completely hidden by the primer. The primer will prevent the stain from bleeding through to the paint but the primer itself is not always going to hide the stain completely. After primer is dry, then it is ready for paint to be applied. The paint will provide the new color and finish and the stains should no longer be visible. Read Less
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I have mold on my bathroom ceiling from water damage, would using kilz sufface before painting celling?

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You have to remove the mold first. there may be black staining from the mold but the mold must be dead and removed before painting over it. Otherwise, the paint won't stick to the mold and peel. Mold is like fine dust so it prevents adherence of paint. Depending on the extent of the area that is moldy you may want to take down the affected area and put up new sheetrock (green board). Use oil based Kilz Read More
You have to remove the mold first. there may be black staining from the mold but the mold must be dead and removed before painting over it. Otherwise, the paint won't stick to the mold and peel. Mold is like fine dust so it prevents adherence of paint. Depending on the extent of the area that is moldy you may want to take down the affected area and put up new sheetrock (green board). Use oil based Kilz or you are just waisting time and money. Read Less
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I would suggest spraying the moldy area with bleach before painting. The primer should cover up the stains.
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February 9, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. If your walls have mold, we suggest treatment to remove the mold completely first before you prime. Once the surface is mold-free and fully dried, we suggest either KILZ 2 or KILZ Premium to prime. Both of these products have a mildew-resistant finish. Hope this helps and best of luck on your project!
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 125 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Water vs. Oil This is a water based primer sealer and "stain blocker". The stain blocking I needed it for was from water damage. It took a couple of coats. I prefer oil based primer but didn't want the clean up hassles. Kilz is a good product and I use it often, excellent as a primer and/or sealer (water based or oil based) In this case the extra time for 2 coats was worth the ease of clean up. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It works I used it for the first coat on OSB and it fix a good job. I figured with raw wood it would take two coats but one was fine. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best for my project best primer sealer have used forever, like the easy clean up. July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KILZ WATER BASE SEALER & PRIMER Prevented a newly stained piece of wood from bleeding through. Slight odor, dried to the touch in 2 hours in humid, 80° plus weather. July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Super Worked really well on my wooden stools that I was refinishing. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kilz Easy to use and follow instructions. Wonderful value for the amount received. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good stuff What can I say? I've used Kilz for years because IT WORKS! June 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by ok results. I painted over stains with 4 coats of this and still the stain came through. I used one coat of the original oil based and the stain was gone. If you have a small stain area to cover use the spray version of the original oil based. June 28, 2016
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