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.

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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%
Hardening Time Approx. 1 hour
Viscosity 7 cps

Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Q in the video they prime the glazing rabbit, install pane & then prime the outer sash. Would there be negative ramifications to priming both rabbit & sash prior to pane installation?
    Answered by the admin

    Yous should always prime bare wood before apply the glazing compound.

  2. Q I have a project using new cedar tongue and groove oriented vertically as siding. The material is all vertical grain and kiln dried. Would Primkote work to block the tannins in the wood and seal the end grain sufficiently to prevent water wicking back up into the finished material? Would liquid wood work as an alternative to Primkote?
    Answered by the admin

    We think Primkote 8006-1 should work well for your project.  Two or more coats are recommended.

  3. Q Can wood epox be used without a primer?
    Answered by the admin

    Yes, you can apply WoodEpox to the bare wood. You can also use the LiquidWood as a primer to the WoodEpox.

  4. Q Want to buy
    Answered by the admin

    You can place an order on our website or call us at 800-445-1754 to place an order over the phone.

  5. 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.

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Customer Reviews

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Victor

    Good stuff

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