DANâ??S REVIBE PRODUCTS OF THE DAY:
â??Lead-based paint is a health hazard that shouldnâ??t be messed with through paint dust created by sanding through decades of old paint. Many houses built before 1978 contain lead based paint. Consider these easy tricks to cut your project time and reduce health risks when dealing with layers of exterior paint.
Prepare to paint in three easy steps. Tools Needed:paint scraper, wire brush, respirator with proper lead filters, paint brush and or roller, Mad Dog primer and or Peel Bond primer(All can be purchased at Northwood Paint)
Wear a respirator when removing loose paint with a scraper or wire brush.
After you've scraped the peeling area apply Mad Dog Primer or Peel Bond over the area you've scraped
These primers "glue" together the surface so if any other paint wants to flake the rest of the surface that is sound will hold it on the house
Let Mad Dog Primer or Peel Bond Dry for at least 24 hours before applying Top Coat of paint
Peel bond dries clear so another use for it is to seal vintage furniture that has the weathered look. Once you apply peel bond to the surface it won't allow the old paint to flake