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FAQ

Q: On what surfaces can Stainable Primer™ be applied?

A: Stainable Primer™ can be applied to anything from furniture to steel doors, laminates, masonry, PVC, MDF, glass and more. All of these and more can be turned into beautiful stained products. Stainable Primer ™ will not adhere to Silicone or other petroleum based products.

Q: Do I need special tools to apply Stainable Primer™?

A: No, Stainable Primer™ can be applied with a standard paintbrush or paint sprayer at 4-6 mils thick.

Q: How is a wood grain achieved?

A: Wood grain will vary with choice of brush and technique. As you apply the product with a brush, the brush strokes create a surface that will appear as wood grain when the stain is applied. If you use a sprayer, you will not achieve the wood grain, because there are no brush strokes, however you will still have a beautiful solid wood appearance.

Q: How do I prepare my surface for Stainable Primer™?

A: Preparation is important with this product just as with any other paint or stain. Remove any loose paint, dirt, grease, or other undesirable content for best results. Patch any unwanted holes or grooves in your project with putty or non- shrinkable painters caulk. This product will not adhere to silicone caulk.

Q: Can I use Stainable Primer™ for outdoor projects?

A: Yes, it can be used for both exterior and interior applications. However, like all wood, it must be protected in exterior applications with exterior grade polyurethane. The main ingredient in this product is real wood particles, so it will react as wood.

Q: How long until the primer is completely cured?

A: Stainable Primer™ cures completely in 5-7 days, however, stain or paint can be applied after 1 hour of dry time. Be gentle with your surface for at least 1 week and you will have a durable surface that will last for many years without chipping, cracking, or peeling!

Q: What are the thickness measurements?

A: 6 Mils Wet, 3 Mils Dry

Q: What is the recommended dry time before stacking per typical substrates? (mdf,wood,pvc,etc.)

A: Recommended dry time is four hours.

Q: What is the freezing point of this product?

A: The freezing point of the product is 32 Degrees

Q: After this has been applied to a substrate, what temperature range can it sustain before deteriorating?

A: The temperature can sustain up to 250 Degrees, Freezing is not an issue that affects the product.