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KILZ

Model 68101

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Store SKU #663357

White Flat 1-gal. Interior Stainblocking Ceiling Paint and Primer

  • Paint and primer in one
  • Simplifies ceiling painting process
  • Dries quickly to flat, bright white

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KILZ Ceiling Paint is a stainblocking paint and primer specially formulated for ceiling applications. This problem solving formula simplifies the ceiling painting process. KILZ Ceiling Paint blocks heavy ceiling stains, is spatter-resistant and has Zero VOCs*.

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  • Suitable for application on smooth and textured interior ceilings to help hide stains
  • Water-based formula primes and paints in 1 step while reducing spatter
  • Stain-blocking formula can cover light to medium stains for a beautiful appearance
  • Latex formula offers low odor and easy soap and water clean-up
  • Flat sheen provides an elegant look
  • Low odor during and after application allows areas to be occupied sooner
  • Helps projects qualify for LEED building credits
  • Dries to touch in 30 minutes – recoat in two hours
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Is the Kilz Ceiling Paint Stainblocking Paint & Primer the best product to use on a home that's been heavily smoked in for 30+ years?

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Kat & Jer
Fredericksburg, Virginia
September 1, 2013
Trying to save money and labor by hoping to use the Kilz Ceiling Paint with Stainblocking. Wondering though, if we'll have to go with a different Kilz product to control the nicotine and odor?
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Apopka, FL, USA
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February 11, 2014
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I really do think so... my husband used to smoke in the bedroom and looks great now
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Wellsville, NY
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January 4, 2014
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Absolutely. I just did a ceiling that was totally covered with yellow nicotine stains. I made no attempt to wash the ceiling, I just applied two coats. The ceiling looks brand new and nothing bleeds through. .
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St. Louis, MO
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September 3, 2013
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Nicotine is especially tough as it aggressively migrates through most paint. We recommend KILZ MAX or KILZ Original primer for best results. KILZ MAX™ is a water-based primer, sealer, stain and odor blocker developed with new technology that’s formulated to perform like oil-and shellac-based products. It tackles tough stains including medium to heavy water damage, rust, smoke, nicotine, grease, tannin, Read More
Nicotine is especially tough as it aggressively migrates through most paint. We recommend KILZ MAX or KILZ Original primer for best results. KILZ MAX™ is a water-based primer, sealer, stain and odor blocker developed with new technology that’s formulated to perform like oil-and shellac-based products. It tackles tough stains including medium to heavy water damage, rust, smoke, nicotine, grease, tannin, ink, pencil, felt marker, pet stains and more. KILZ MAX also seals pet and smoke odors. Topcoat with latex or oil-based paint. Read Less
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HOW MANY GALLONS TO COVER 1500 SQ FT

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NEW LENOX, IL
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February 4, 2016
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February 9, 2016
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For 1500 square feet you would want approximately 4 gallons.
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California
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February 4, 2016
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Howdy Anonymous,
In general, one can of paint will cover up to 400 square feet, which is enough to cover a small room like a bathroom.
With this in mind, With 1500 sq ft you will need about 4 gallons which is 1600 sq ft.
Happy Painting,
Coach Dave
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My bathroom has no Windows and fan that filters,sort of no exhaust. The paint pealed in large pieces especially shower.

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I'm a painting contractor, l would suggest using an oil based primer Before applying the finish coat. Assuming the ceiling board(drywall,plaster) is in good condition before applying either the oil primer or finish paint. Oil primer seals out moisture and is a good choice in say bathrooms or ANY area exposed to high moisture. Especially exterior projects.
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January 4, 2016
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Hi Mike. Thanks for your inquiry. We recommend that you call our technical services team at 1-800-854-0133 ext. 2.
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Will this cover a water stain and keep it from coming back

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Please prime water stain with Oil Primer First. I can guarantee that after that you will not have a problem ever!
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December 14, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. KILZ Ceiling Paint is specially designed for ceilings and has primer built into it. However if you have severe water stains and want to ensure it doesn’t bleed through, we recommend you prime first with KILZ Upshot (vertical spray ceiling primer) or KILZ Original (oil-based stainblocking primer for interior use). Then apply KILZ Ceiling Paint.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 85 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Ceiling Paint! As a brand new homeowner, one of my first projects was scraping the popcorn ceilings, leaving nice smooth, bare drywall ceilings throughout the house. I first went the budget way and purchased a cheap, no name brand of flat white paint to go over the drywall primer. After a coat of primer and two coats of this cheap paint, the drywall still showed through including all areas of the taping and mud - TERRIBLE. Then I bought Kilz ceiling paint. ONE COAT over the primer did the trick!! So happy that I can get away with one coat on the rest of my ceilings! The smell is minimal and the coverage is great! Only issue and why it lost a star is because I can see a few lap marks, but to me it's definitely not a deal-breaker and I know that guests will not be closely analyzing my ceilings like I do. Definitely worth the money to buy this paint for my bare drywall ceilings. One thing I've learned is NO SKIMPING ON PAINT. Might as well not waste your money buying a cheap paint in the first place - go for the good stuff. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I LOVE THIS PRODUCT I use this product often, especially over patches and repairs. I find it best for ceilings IMO. and It seems as if it levels out. I like it better sprayed on as in my photos below. Rolled it needs at least 3-4 coats. January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great coverage paint I've been using this for my 2,500 sq. ft. renovation. It's been working quite well for me, and covers minor imperfections well enough that they aren't noticeable. The only problem I've had with it is not the paint's fault; after sanding the drywall, it won't stick unless I've been able to get the dust removed completely, which is pretty hard to do. When it gets a good surface, it clings just as well as you'd want it to. June 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great paint! We had a water stain in our bathroom from a roof leak. After it was repaired, we chose this paint for our ceiling. It did a great job covering the stain with one coat. We did an extra coat but it wasn't really needed. I'm very happy we chose Kilz. See before and after pics. October 14, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Ceiling paint I have never used this brand before but thought I would try it due to its name and the other products that were effective and good. This ceiling paint is like water, its way to thin.splatters a lot and drips far more than others I have used. Did one bathroom with it and put the top back on the can. Wish I could get my money back. Normally I use PPG or Porter paints and often S&W which are outstanding. Finished the job with a better paint and have taken KIlz ceiling paint off my list of future purchases. So if you buy it......good luck!! August 16, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not White, Hard to Apply After removing popcorn I had a heck of a time repainting the cieling. This was one of the first paints I tried. The paint would not stick to the flat ceiling. It would roll right back on to the roller. Once I was finally able to get it on the cieling, it seemed dark. I chose to try some other primer/paint options and didn't buy any more of this stuff. When I went to touch it up a few days later on with another "flat white" cieling paint that I decided to go with I realized that this color isn't white at all. Now I have to repaint the entire room because this paint is a much darker grayish color than actual flat white ceiling I was hoping for. And those touch up spots are now big eye sores. April 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding! I used this product on my ceilings throughout my home due to recent water damage (stains). Worked fantastic and my wife loved because it had very little odor so we didn't have to leave overnight because of odor or fumes which was great.As well it covered the stains with no bleed through with one coat wich in turn saved me time and money! Awesome product! Highly recommended. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Coverage I love and only use kilz when doing my projects I had paneling I wanted to paint and It made the paint go on with ease and cover great. We also had stains on a floor and it covered great recommend it to everyone to cover whatever they need to cover [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] July 18, 2016
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