Internet #206454745

Model # CR.LAOB.P.64

0023857791426

1 qt. Oil Bond

  • No stripping, sanding or priming required
  • Ideal for repainting furniture, woodwork and cabinets
  • Works with any water-based paint
$ 19 98

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Product Overview

  • No stripping, sanding or priming required
  • Ideal for repainting furniture, woodwork and cabinets
  • Works with any water-based paint
Oil Bond is a latex paint additive that helps latex paint adhere to oil-based or glossy surfaces, including polyurethane. Simply pre-treat the surface to be painted by wiping on a layer of Oil Bond using on a clean cotton rag, allow the surface to dry, then add a dose of Oil Bond to your choice of latex paint. Using Oil Bond is easier to use than sanding and without the clean-up of sanding. Save time and money with Oil Bond. Ideal for repainting cabinets, doors, trim, molding, paneling, railing, built-ins, and refinishing furniture.
  • Eliminates the need for time-consuming prep work, including sanding or priming the surface before painting oil-based and glossy surfaces, including polyurethane, with waterborne or latex paint
  • Plastic bottle is easy to use with a view strip on the side panel for ease of measurement and dosing into paint
  • Works with any brand or gloss of latex or waterborne paint
  • Low odor for ease of use
  • Cleans up easily with soap and water
  • 1 bottle of oil bond (1 qt.) can be used for up to 2 gal. of paint
  • Will not affect the qualities of the base paint
  • VOC compliant for use in all VOC regulated areas, including CARB and SCAQMD
  • Oil bond is a miracle additive featured as a top 100 product in this Old House magazine

Product Overview

  • No stripping, sanding or priming required
  • Ideal for repainting furniture, woodwork and cabinets
  • Works with any water-based paint
Model #: CR.LAOB.P.64
Internet #: 206454745

Oil Bond is a latex paint additive that helps latex paint adhere to oil-based or glossy surfaces, including polyurethane. Simply pre-treat the surface to be painted by wiping on a layer of Oil Bond using on a clean cotton rag, allow the surface to dry, then add a dose of Oil Bond to your choice of latex paint. Using Oil Bond is easier to use than sanding and without the clean-up of sanding. Save time and money with Oil Bond. Ideal for repainting cabinets, doors, trim, molding, paneling, railing, built-ins, and refinishing furniture.

  • Eliminates the need for time-consuming prep work, including sanding or priming the surface before painting oil-based and glossy surfaces, including polyurethane, with waterborne or latex paint
  • Plastic bottle is easy to use with a view strip on the side panel for ease of measurement and dosing into paint
  • Works with any brand or gloss of latex or waterborne paint
  • Low odor for ease of use
  • Cleans up easily with soap and water
  • 1 bottle of oil bond (1 qt.) can be used for up to 2 gal. of paint
  • Will not affect the qualities of the base paint
  • VOC compliant for use in all VOC regulated areas, including CARB and SCAQMD
  • Oil bond is a miracle additive featured as a top 100 product in this Old House magazine

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
1 Quart

Details

Approximate Coverage (sq. ft.)
800
Cleanup
Soap and Water
Color/Finish
N/A
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Number per Package
1
Paint Additive Type
Enhancer
Returnable
180-Day
Transparency
Transparent
Works With Paint Type
Water Based

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
1 Quart

Details

Approximate Coverage (sq. ft.)
800
Cleanup
Soap and Water
Color/Finish
N/A
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Number per Package
1
Paint Additive Type
Enhancer
Returnable
180-Day
Transparency
Transparent
Works With Paint Type
Water Based

Questions & Answers

Can this be used over a primer

Asked by: Gail
I did not use this over primer. But I did use it over the existing paint (outside deck) and it worked well. Oh, after applying the oil bond, then the oil bond/paint mixture, I did apply a coat of hard bond/paint mixture as the final coat. It held up well through the remainder of the summer and fall. It is seeing its first winter (in northern Ohio) right now. So I don't have any long term results or comments yet.
Answered by: CaptMick
Date published: 2018-02-06

Can you use a paint sprayer with this product??

Asked by: Jen
Yes, you can use a sprayer. I am doing mine in sections so I am using a foam roller and brush and am very happy with the results. On the cabinets around the stove I also used a deglosser since those cabinets have a 25 year grease build up.
Answered by: Tonya
Date published: 2018-01-07

Can you use a darker Stain on cabinets after using oil bond on lighter stained cabinets?

Asked by: mari
try it
Answered by: Lew
Date published: 2020-06-03

got behr high gloss black paint to paint furniture so do I need to get oil bond

got behr high gloss black paint to paint furniture so do I need to get oil bond
Asked by: benky
I am not aware of any Behr paint that is oil based
Answered by: Lew
Date published: 2020-06-03
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