Primkote 8006-1™

Universal Clear Primer and Sealer

This heavy-duty, versatile primer is water and weather resistant. Use on both dry and damp surfaces. It excels as a primer for concrete, metal, and wood. Penetrates weathered wood and seals concrete. Works as a tie-coat between epoxy surfaces.

DescriptionUnitQtyPrice
2 Pint
$31.85
2 Quart
$46.10
2 Gallon
$92.95
10 Gallon
$422.30

TYPICAL TEST RESULTS

Typical Test Results
Application Brush, Spraygun, Paint Roller
Coverage Per Gal 320 sq. ft. x 1 mil
Pencil Hardness 1B
Pot Life 2-3 days
Solids 20{a6cb731de58da01f69f5f9b842577e24644244a4fd28b3753deb2bb4cb7f8b89}
Hardening Time Approx. 1 hour
Viscosity 7 cps
 

Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Q 1. What is the maximum length of time to leave finished repairs, using the liquid wood and wood epox, on windows, before priming? 2. Can primers other than the Primkote be used without lowering quality? 3. What type primer is best to use - an epoxy or is another type good?
    Answered by the admin

    There is no time limit to prime and/or paint over the LiquidWood or WoodEpox. You can use any good quality primer of your choice.

  2. Q Can primekote be used over an oil based stain?
    Answered by the admin

    Yes.

  3. Q I am a fan of prime coat particularly on old window sash I always first treat with "Bora-Care"dry time prime coat exterior oil primer long dry time light sand top coat this seams to reduce paint pealing from water soaking into wood this adds a step and drying time when is it ethical to skip the fungicide?
    Answered by the admin

    It's basically your decision. The Bora-Care can be a preventative product or a product to treat wood fungus and such.

     

  4. Q When applying Primekote to old bare wood that is sound, it absorbs into the wood very quickly. Should I keep applying over areas that absorb the product or should one brushing suffice?
    Answered by the admin

    As long as you are going to paint over the Primkote, one coat is sufficient.

  5. Q I have treated some rotting areas of my antique wooden window sills with Liquid Wood and filled them with Wood Epox. There are some parts of the surrounding exposed surface that were more sound, and therefore not treated with the Liquid Wood. I would like to prime everything before painting. The paint I will be using is a Benjamin Moore exterior latex paint. Is the Primcote primer a good choice a) to cover both the Liquid Wood treated surfaces as well as the untreated surfaces, and 2) to go under this kind of latex exterior paint?
    Answered by the admin

    Yes, you can use the Primkote 8006-1 for your application.

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