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What is a primed finish?
Aug 25, 2016

Q: What is a primed finish?

A: Priming is the first stage of the painting process, and is a protective coating applied to bare substrate to enable undercoat and topcoats of paint to be applied. Products are required to be primed/painted with an industry standard sealer referred to as primer. This sealer/primer penetrates and seals the Substrate so that the finish coat of paint is applied with ease. This has to be primed and sanded to create a smooth finish which can then be painted. E&R Mouldings guarantees that every piece of moulding is primed and ready for a finish coat of paint.








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