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Johnstone's Trade Wood Primer White

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Johnstone's Trade Wood Primer is a solvent-based primer for softwood and non-oily hardwoods, suitable for interior and exterior use. This Wood Primer is ideal for use with Johnstone's Trade Acrylic Durable Eggshell and is recoatable after 16-24 hours in normal drying conditions. When working with new and bare timber, Johnstone's Trade Wood Primer provides an ideal surface for undercoat.

Applying Johnstone's Trade Wood Primer

For best results, apply 1 coat using a brush to a clean, dry surface.

Johnstone's Trade Wood Primer

  • Can be used on interior and exterior wood
  • A dependable primer
  • Easy to apply
  • C&C disabled No
  • Weight 1.000000
  • Application Method Brush, Roller
  • Product Application Brush or Roller
  • Coverage 11-13sqm per ltr
  • Touch Dry 4-6 Hours
  • Recoatable 16-24 Hours
  • Thinning White spirit
  • Number of Coats 1
  • QTY in Pack 1 Pack
  • Surface Interior Wood, Exterior Wood
  • Water or Oil Oil Based
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Is this suitable on hardboard

Johnstone's Trade Wood Primer can be applied to hardwood but we would recommend Johnstone's Trade Joncryl Primer Undercoat.

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