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Peel Stop 1 gal. White Triple Thick Interior/Exterior High Build Binding Primer

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  • High build primer binds peeling paint for a smooth finish
  • Low odor, primer sealer for weathered, worn or cracking surfaces
  • Fast dry interior/exterior sealer is ready for topcoat in 2 hours
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Zinsser Peel Stop 1-gal. Triple Thick White Binding Primer (2-Pack) stops previous coatings from peeling and creates a smoother top coat finish. This high-performance, low-VOC, water based acrylic binding primer locks down and hides peeling and worn surfaces. Outstanding flexibility and its three times thicker than regular primers.
  • Use on worn and weathered interior and exterior wood, concrete, stucco walls, ceilings, Mansory surfaces and more
  • Excellent flexibility to allow for natural expansion and contraction on wood and other exterior surfaces for coat durability
  • Covers up to 200 sq. ft.
  • Flat white finish
  • Fills and seals cracked, weathered and peeling surfaces
  • Dries to the touch in 30 minutes
  • Fast-drying, low-odor, water base acrylic formula seals worn surfaces for a smooth white finish
  • Clean up with soap and water
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA



  • California residents

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Peel Stop 1 gal. White Triple Thick Interior/Exterior High Build Binding Primer
BrandPPG GripperZinsserZinsserZinsser
Name1 gal. White Interior/Exterior Acrylic Primer Sealer1 Gal. Extreme Adhesion Interior/Exterior Primer (2 Pack)Peel Stop 1 gal. White Triple Thick Interior/Exterior High Build Binding Primer (2-Pack)Peel Stop 1 gal. White Triple Thick Interior/Exterior High Build Binding Primer
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Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product TypePrimerSealerSealerSealer
Primer PurposeDifficult Surfaces,Low-VOC,Sealant,Smoke Cover,Stain BlockingColor Changing,Difficult Surfaces,Low OdorSealantSealant
Container Size1 Gallon1 Gallon1 Gallon1 Gallon
SheenFlat/MatteFlat/MatteFlat/MatteFlat/Matte
Substrate/Surface Use TypeCeiling,Composite/Vinyl,Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone,Drywall,Plaster,Plastic,WoodFiberglass,Glass,Metal,Plastic,Porcelain,WoodCeiling,Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone,WoodCeiling,Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone,Wood
Application MethodBrush,Paint Sprayer,RollerBrush,Paint Sprayer,RollerBrush,Paint Sprayer,RollerBrush,Paint Sprayer,Roller
Paint/Stain FeaturesFast Drying,SealerLow Odor,Low VOC,Top Coat RequiredSealerSealer
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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
1 Gallon

Details

Application Method
Brush,Paint Sprayer,Roller
Base Material
Water Based
Coating Product Category
Primer
Color Family
Whites
Color/Finish
White
Dry to touch (min.)
30 min
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Number of coats recommended
1
Number per Package
1
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Features
Sealer
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Sealer
Primer Purpose
Sealant
Sheen
Flat/Matte
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Ceiling,Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone,Wood

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

Questions & Answers

107Questions18Answers

On the front label it says "Tintable" and in an answer below it says not to tint. Which is it?

Asked by Buzz1 July 12, 2021
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Answers

Happy to help. Zinsser Peel Stop Primer is tintable, it can be tinted with up to 1 ounce of universal colorant per gallon to improve topcoat hide. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

Since manufacturer says not to use Zinsser Peel Stop in a bathroom with high humidity, what Zinss...

Asked by Mike May 22, 2021
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Answer

We want to try to help, Mike! Please give us a call at (888) 855-1774, so we can hear more about your intended application with Rust-Oleum Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick Primer and try to offer a more suitable product as needed. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

I realize this is not a "fill" product, but I have appreciated how easily a good primer will sand...

Asked by Douglas May 17, 2021
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Answers

Happy to help Douglas. Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick Primer can be sanding after it has dried. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

Can I get the Peel Stop triple thick White in a 5 gallon bucket not the clear

Asked by Painter May 5, 2021
1
Answer

We appreciate your interest! The Rust-Oleum Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick Primer is not available in the 5-gallon containers at Home Depot currently. For further assistance, please feel free to call us at (888) 855-1774. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5

Can this product be used as the first prime cost on new drywall

Asked by Joe May 4, 2021
3
Answers

Happy to help Joe. Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick High Build Binder Primer locks down and hides peeling, weathered surfaces, creating a smooth, white finish for your top coat. An excellent choice for priming new drywall would be Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Water Based Primer. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Zinsser-Bulls-Eye-1-2-3-1-Gal-White-Water-Based-Interior-Exterior-Primer-and-Sealer-2001/100398391 - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

Can Zinsser Peel stop White Triple Thick Interior/Exterior High Build Binding Primer be used on a...

Asked by Mike April 15, 2021
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Answer

Happy to help Mike. Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick Primer can be applied to concrete block, as well as painted wood, wood siding, windows, baseboards, doors, fences, walls, foundations, laminated wood, trim, PVC and plastic, plywood, brick, stucco, masonry, concrete, plaster, aluminum siding, metal gutters and downspouts, galvanized steel, and fiberglass. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

What type of roller should be used to apply. Using on top edge of concrete koi pond under pool paint.

Asked by Adelina March 8, 2021
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Answers

Thick/long nap roller for deep crevice surfaces. Thin/short nap for smooth surfaces. Etc. !Make sure it's not toxic for fish and that it's waterproof.!

Can this product be used on drywall ceilings in a bathroom that are peeling?

Asked by Ryan February 11, 2021
1
Answer

Happy to help, Ryan! While Rust-Oleum Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick Primer can be used on previously painted drywall, this product will not stop peeling from surfaces that are peeling from over exposure to moisture or high humidity. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

I want to use this on interior stairs and landing and then paint over it with a floor/porch paint...

Asked by Stairway February 2, 2021
2
Answers

Happy to help. Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick Binding Primer can be applied to a variety of surfaces, however it cannot be applied to floors or steps, it is not designed to withstand foot traffic. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

Can this be used on finished wood cabinets?

Asked by Lori January 29, 2021
3
Answers

If your cabinets are peeling, then yes If not, use another Zinzer primer.

Peel Stop 1 gal. White Triple Thick Interior/Exterior High Build Binding Primer - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 3.8
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  • 66% recommend this product
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Does not "Prime" anything... I have never experienced a paint like this...
As you can see in the photo... The piece of wood I was attempting to "prime" did nothing but ruin the wood. To be honest, I should be refunded for gallon of paint I purchased and the piece of wood. The paint refused to actually work.
by Alex
Response from Rust-OleumSupportJun 15, 2021
That is not what we like to hear, Alex! Our Zinsser Triple Thick High Build Binding Primer is designed to bind down peeling and cracked paint to create a sound surface for painting. This primer is not designed or recommended for priming bare wood as shown here in the photo provided. We would recommend using a regular bonding primer to seal and prime the wood prior to painting, such as our Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Primer: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Zinsser-Bulls-Eye-1-2-3-1-Gal-White-Water-Based-Interior-Exterior-Primer-and-Sealer-2001/100398391 - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2 Rustoleum
Great Product!
This made painting the wood trim around my garage so easy. It covered the chip and peeling with two coats, and when the paint was applied it was a smooth coverage. Glad I tried it as it saved me time by not having to scrape and sand off. Very pleased with the end result! I definitely reccommend this product!
by HandyMom
2 people found this helpful
BEWARE OF THIS PRODUCT
This might sound like just what you need, but you may be in for a painful lesson. I used this primer a few weeks ago on cedar shake siding -- both new shingles and old ones where I peeled off old paint. In areas of strong sun, the paint is blistering all over. Note, this only happened to shingles that were primed. Old repainted shingles are all fine. I would use with extreme caution on exterior applications that are subject to long durations of sunlight.
by Kris
Response from Rust-OleumSupportJul 2, 2020
Thank you for your feedback, Kris regarding your experience with the Rust-Oleum Zinsser Triple Thick High Build Binding Primer. Please keep in mind that as this is a primer, it's porous and would need a top coat for it to perform properly. As primers are porous, air and moisture can get through the film but once a top coat is applied, this should not be a reason for concern. We will be sure to pass your comments along appropriately. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 1 Rustoleum
7 people found this helpful
I bought this for my 100 year old wooden soffits that my husband took a pressure washer with a tu...
I bought this for my 100 year old wooden soffits that my husband took a pressure washer with a turbo nozzle to. The soffits probably needed to be stripped down after so many years and layers of paint. But I didn't have the time or budget for that kind of project right now. So this peel stop is a life saver! You still need to prep, i.e. scrap and sand. But the product really fills in the cracks on peeling and alligatoring paint. If you really want the product to even out the surface do yourself a favor and do two coats, the first one you definitely should thin the paint as the directions say and then do the second coat with full strength. With that said, it will not replace spackle if you are looking for a super smooth surface. Oh, and definitely ask them to tint it for you...it will make your life so much easier if your doing a spot treatment.
by Kelsey
3 people found this helpful
Used this to seal the joints on plywood siding before painting. The product went on easily and ma...
Used this to seal the joints on plywood siding before painting. The product went on easily and made a world of difference on the finished product. I think it was well worth the added expense.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
My old, thirsty picket fence sucked in this primer. Then my white oil based enamel covered it ea...
My old, thirsty picket fence sucked in this primer. Then my white oil based enamel covered it easy. One coat. Looks great and i know its protected. Picture: Finished painting on the right going toward house, primed on the left.
by Lisa
1 person found this helpful
Had a really bad peeling ceiling. Thought i was going to have to scrap the whole thing. After two...
Had a really bad peeling ceiling. Thought i was going to have to scrap the whole thing. After two coats of peel stop and a coat of paint the ceiling now looks better than it did when it was new.
by Jamie
2 people found this helpful
Excellent product. Have been using it on an historic house we are in the process of restoring for...
Excellent product. Have been using it on an historic house we are in the process of restoring for the last 3 years. Works like a charm to seal and prime old, scraped siding as well as new replacement work. Highly recommended.
by comment8or
6 people found this helpful
I started using this product three years ago on the siding and trim on my house, which was flakin...
I started using this product three years ago on the siding and trim on my house, which was flaking badly. Even though it can fill minor scaling, I still sanded badly flaking areas to make sure the loose paint wouldn't keep loosening. It is the consistency of pudding and can be laid on thick and in multiple coats with a brush (I have not used a roller). I think of it as a cross between a glue, caulk and primer. I initially used traditional primer on my trim, but ended up going with this instead, since much of the year the house surface can be wet (and traditional primer just wasn't doing the job). The back of our house has an addition built by the former owners, who only used one coat of paint and no primer, so the paint is flaking like crazy. This is an amazing product for what I used it for, namely painted exterior (cedar?) siding and trim. In the summer, the areas I painted get all-day sun, and they are doing just fine. I use cheap to regular-quality brushes. The picture I posted depicts painting I did three years ago. You can see the horrible flaking that went across that entire section, next to the primered and painted siding I did for comparison. The paint looks as good today. I don't understand the one-star reviews for this gallon and other quantities sold through Home Depot. Some of them say things like "thinner than regular paint" when it obviously the consistency of pudding. Zinsser makes a another Peel Stop primer that is thinner, but I have not used it (it's so thin, you can hear the product swooshing around when you shake the can). I'm wondering if those reviewers are reviewing the wrong product. There are some other reviews where people are just taking shortcuts (like not sanding at all—if your paint can be picked off with your fingers, it needs to be sanded; that's all there is to it.) or using the product inappropriately (expecting it to be high-hiding for color, which it does not claim to be—it's high-hiding for texture). I also wonder if using a roller for this product is not optimal in certain situations.
by AggressiveMist
6 people found this helpful
I used this on previously painted shingle siding that was in very bad shape. I had scraped what I...
I used this on previously painted shingle siding that was in very bad shape. I had scraped what I could, but there was much inconsistency across the surface. I used this product to prime bare wood, help to hold any peeling paint in place, and to help smooth the surface. It did the first two quite nicely, but helped to blend the surface only mildly. Because of time constraints, I was only able to do 1 coat. They recommend multiple coats for very uneven surfaces and I'm sure that would have created a better outcome. I would definitely recommend this product.
by Violinist
1 person found this helpful
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