Wood Primer Aerosol Spray Paint Cans

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  • Fast Dry Time In as Little as 20-40 Mins Touch Dry
  • Premium High Opacity Spray Can Finish
  • Suitable For Metal, Wood, Concrete, Stone & Brick
  • Universal Multi Purpose
  • Multi-Buy Discounts
  • Free Delivery Available

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This product is not suitable for the following
  • Tiles of any sort
  • Unprimed plastic
  • Bare aluminium (you will need a suitable etch primer)
  • Untreated galvanised steel (Mordant solution first)
  • A hot surface that reaches above 106 degrees (C) (you will need high temperature paints)

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Aerosol Wood Primer 

Aerosol wood primer is suitable for bare wood to ensure the wood is sealed prior to applying a top coat. Our wood primer is based on polyurethane to ensure excellent adhesion with top coats. The tough coating is long lasting, durable and suited to internal and external applications. 

This primer can also be used as an undercoat applied over existing paints, however, we always recommend testing a small area first.

Key Facts

  • Size 400ml
  • Multi Application Suitable for Wood Metal along Pre Coated Surfaces as the solvents are less invasive and should not attack pre existing coatings
  • U.V & Weather Resistant
  • Excellent anti corosion properties
  •  High Build Zinc Phosphate Primer
  • Quick Drying Solvent Based Formula
  • Toutch Dry 1 to 3 hours
  • Overcoat up to 24 Hours
  • 2 Coats Recommended for best results


About this item
  • HARD WEARING WEATHER & UV RESISTANCE - extremely tough durable finish offering excellent weathering and UV protection
  • QUICK DRYING FORMULATION - Ultra fast drying times to avoid contamination by dust and dirt, toutch dry in as little as 45 mins
  • EASY APPLICATION - Quick & easy to apply
  • SUPERIOR SOLVENT PAINT - Strong resilient finish compared to water-based paints

Step by step guide for a professional finish

  • Good Preperation is paramount to a professional long lasting finish on any project.
  • Lightly abrade by hand with a fine grit sand paper or scotch brite pads
  • Wipe down to remove dust dirt or any other contaminants
  • Take time masking and papering the surround using non bleeding tape for clean cut lines
  • Apply the First Coat making slow, steady passes giving a light mist coat
  • Apply Additional Coats waiting 30 mins to 1 hour between
  • Once you’ve completed your paint coatings, allow to dry for at least 24 hours before you use it
  • In applications where the coating could be scratched easily, wait up to a week before use


Top tips for using aerosol spray paint cans

  • Always shake well befor use - Our heavely pigmented aerosol spray cans can easely settel out, potentialy giving uneven colour and coverage.
  • Always ventalate your work area - Good ventelation is nessasery when woking with aerosol spray paint not only to clear the fumes, but good air circulation helps the drying process.
  • Dust is the enemy - For a flawless finish on small parts, paint them inside a cardboard box. If you have larger projects, create a poly booth this will minamise dust and give you a cleaner finish.
  • Start with a dust (or tack) coat - It's always best to apply a dust coat before applying the first full coat. A tack coat is a light mist that you allow to get tacky. The texture of the tack coat will help hold the paint in place and reduce runs and helps to build a flawless finish.
  • Apply coats in different directions - 2 coats + are reccomended when using spray paint cans to build up colour and provide good oppacity, Changing directions for

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