|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 7.9 inches|
|Item model number||272479|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Coverage||12 square feet|
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Rust-Oleum 272479 Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Plus Spray Primer, White
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- Interior/exterior use on new or previously painted Drywall, concrete, wood, masonry, metal and glossy or difficult surfaces
- Oil-based formula seals uniformly and will Stick to surface without sanding
- Dries to the touch in just 30 minutes and covers up to 12 sq ft
- Has excellent stain blocking resistance and can be used over any oil or Latex topcoat
- Provides a smooth, White finish and; is designed to block imperfections with only one Coat
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|Item Dimensions||2.62 x 2.62 x 7.88 in||2.75 x 2.75 x 8 in||4.25 x 4.25 x 5 in||2.75 x 2.75 x 8 in||2.62 x 2.62 x 7.88 in||2.63 x 2.63 x 7.88 in|
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Zinsser bulls-eye 1-2-3 spray White primer is an all purpose, high performance, oil-based primer for interior and exterior residential, commercial and industrial applications. Provides 20% greater coverage, and ensures longer life of top coats.
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Here's what I discovered the slow, difficult way....so you don't have to:
1. I spent a lot of time being confused over whether this was water-based or not. As it turns out, the *paint-on* version of this stuff is all water-based, but this aerosol *spray can* version is solvent-based. That was probably obvious to everyone but me. It didnt matter too much since this stuff is technically compatible with both oil- and water-based paints, and it says it sticks to anything. Except.......
2. ....Except it doesn't work miracles on certain types of plastic. I tried to prime a semi-rigid plastic animal toy figurine so I could spray paint it gold (DIY bloggers, you know exactly what I mean....) and that toy stayed sticky and untouchable for a month. I think it has to do with the oils and chemical plasticizers in the toy composition--because semi-flexible toys seem to have a worse time of it than rock-hard plastics.
3. It's easy for the spray nozzle to get gloppy and start shooting out blobs and large droplets instead of a fine mist. This is even after shaking it to death and clearing the nozzle by spraying upside down after use. It wasn't that bad for me because I sanded between primer and paint coats with extremely fine "auto-detailing" sandpapers (from superfine 400 all the way up to super-super-fine 1500.)
4. It DOES dry quickly, as promised. It feels rough to the touch, so you *will* want to sand between coats, but you can sand within minutes of the 1st coat.
5. It DOES sand well. It doesnt have enough body to really fill in wood grain very well, but it *will* mask some imperfections if you sand and apply another layer or two before painting. It was tougher than the Bondo Glazing Putty I used to fill in holes, (which sanded away at the drop of a hat) but was easy to sand quickly, and produced less dust overall.
6. It is NOT a waterproofer, FYI. I only mention this because I used a lightly damp rag to wipe away the huge volume of post-sanding dust, and found that the slight dampness caused the grain to raise again. Which required more sanding. I feel like civilizations rose and fell in the thousands of years I spent doing all the sanding and wiping......
I have also used Rustoleum 2x Ultra Cover Paint and Primer Spray in the past, but I actually think that I got better results using *this* primer as a separate step, then followed by several coats of regular acrylic craft paint. Since this primer dries so fast (on everything but that stupid plastic toy) it doesnt add too much time to your total process. (For reference, the paint I used was Martha Stewart All Purpose Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint, followed by Rustoleum Triple Thick Clear Coat.)
Bottom line: This is a decent primer for all-purpose use, which doesnt require any special handy DIY skills, and more or less primes everything without too much drama.
Are you stunned by how helpful this review was? All in a day's work, good citizens of Gotham....I did all the dumb stuff so you don't have to...