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How to paint interior woodstained or varnished surfaces

Varnished surfaces do not provide a key for everyday decorative paints. This method explains how to prime and seal in one.

How to paint over water stains (odourless method)

In this guide we explain how to paint over water stains on internal walls and ceilings using odourless Zinsser AllCoat primer and finish.

How to paint water stained surfaces (previously painted)

Paint over water stained interior walls and ceilings with B-I-N®. It's a primer and sealer in one and blocks stains permanently.

How to paint over powder coatings

Conventional paint will not adhere to powder coated surfaces. This guide explains how to tackle this issue both indoors and outdoors.

How to paint over fire and smoke damage (water-based method)

This method of painting over fire and smoke damaged interior walls and ceilings uses low odour, water-based products

How to paint over fire damage (odourless method)

This guide explains how to paint over smoke and fire damage in situations where paint odours may be an issue.

How to paint over fibreglass

Bulls-Eye® 1-2-3 is ideal for priming fibreglass. It provides a perfect key over which Zinsser Perma-White® can be applied.

How to paint over efflorescence

Efflorescence appears as a result of salt being pushed to the surface of masonry. It's a painting issue that's easily overcome by the use of Zinsser Watertite®.

How to paint bitumen and asphalt

Asphalt and bitumen are semi-flexible substrates and you'll need the right primer to ensure a lasting result.

How to paint steel

Painting steel requires a primer with excellent adhesion, to provide a good base for your chosen top coat.

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  • Tor Coatings
  • Portobello Industrial Estate
  • Birtley
  • County Durham
  • DH3 2RE
  • UK
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