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Can i put oil based paint over latex paint

There's no inherent problem with applying an oil-based paint over a water-based or (latex) coated surface! Providing that the surface coated with the. Can an oil-based paint be used over a surface already painted with latex paint? You shouldn't paint an oil-based product directly over latex paint, but it can be done if a sealing coat Apply a coat of your chosen water-based or acrylic primer. for exterior use you can apply quality latex paints over oil-based, but not If you have many layers of oil based paint, stick to using oil on oil. You can paint over paint like you can paint light fixtures– easily. Specifically, you can use acrylic paint to cover oil paint without much of a hassle. Many houses built before the 90’s have oil paint on the walls because it was the popular paint of choice then. Q: I’d like to repaint my kitchen cabinets, which had been done with oil-based paint. Must I use oil-based paint for the project, or can I use up some water-based paint I have left over from Author: Manasa Reddigari. Dec 22,  · Yes you can use oil-based paint over any water-based paint as the former dries far more quickly. It doesn’t work the other way around, as the slow-drying oil paint would cause the water-based paint on top to crack.
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