Is Zinsser 123 any good?
It offers low odour application, quick drying convenience and excellent adhesion to glossy surfaces. Bulls Eye® 1-2-3 effectively primes and seals a wide variety of interior and exterior surfaces. A ‘bond coat’ primer that’s great for hard-to-stick surfaces, it offers excellent adhesion without sanding.
Is Zinsser primer any good?
The primer lays out exceptionally well and won’t sag easily because it dries fast. I can sand it and apply a second coat within one hour. It doesn’t sand as easily as some of the oil-based primer I’ve used, but the durability and coverage is very good. I’ve never had a problem with bleed-through using this product.
What is the difference between Zinsser and Zinsser 123?
The 123, or Bullseye product is waterbased, can be used as a sealer primer, adhesive primer, priming friable surfaces and stain blocking. The BIN is meths based and is used as a primer and stain blocker too, the choice of which depends on what you need it for, can you give more information?
What is Zinsser 123 primer used for?
Bulls Eye® 1-2-3 is great for blocking stains. It permanently and completely seals graffiti, grease spots, tar and asphalt – inside and out. For oil and water stains, fire and smoke damage try our next generation Bulls Eye® 1-2-3 Plus. Bulls Eye® 1-2-3 is rust inhibitive and ideal for new metal.
How long does Zinsser 123 take to cure?
Dry Time – At normal temperatures Bulls Eye® 1-2-3 will dry to touch in 30 minutes and can be recoated after one hour. Topcoat within 30 days. Lower temperatures, higher humidity, and the addition of tint will prolong dry and cure time of the product. Full adhesion and hardness develop in 7 days.
Is Zinsser 123 a high build primer?
DESCRIPTION AND USES . Zinsser® Bulls-Eye 1-2-3® Primer is a high-hiding, all purpose, primer-sealer and stain blocker that provides up to 20% more coverage than competitive products.
Does Zinsser 123 need a top coat?
Application– Ready to use – no dilution necessary. In most cases only one coat is necessary. Porous surfaces may require two coats to properly seal. Prime entire surface for best results.
Does Zinsser 123 need two coats?
How many coats of Zinsser primer should I use?
In most cases only one coat is necessary to prime most surfaces. If excessive absorption occurs over very porous substrates a second coat may be necessary. Spot priming is recommended only under high-hiding topcoat finishes. For best results, prime entire surface before painting.
Does Zinsser primer need two coats?
If your plaster walls are unfinished, prime them with two coats of an oil-based stain-blocking primer such as Zinsser Cover Stain to prevent the lime stains that affect plaster walls from bleeding into the paint.
How long before you can paint over Zinsser 123 primer?
Dry Time – At normal temperatures Bulls Eye® 1-2-3 will dry to touch in 30 minutes and can be recoated after one hour. Topcoat within 30 days. Lower temperatures, higher humidity, and the addition of tint will prolong dry and cure time of the product.
How long after applying Zinsser 123 can I paint?
Dries to touch in 5 minutes and can be topcoated in 30 minutes with latex or oil-based paints. For best results, allow primer to cure overnight before applying strong solvent- based topcoats. Wipe off tip before storing. Clean-up wet paint with xylene or mineral spirits.
How long before you can paint over Zinsser primer?
DRY & RECOAT Dries to touch in 5 minutes and can be topcoated in 30 minutes with latex or oil-based paints. For best results, allow primer to cure overnight before applying strong solvent- based topcoats.