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Old 02-22-2014, 08:14 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm going to be painting MDF with Glidden GLN-9000. Could you please tell me what tint I should get the paint in?

The projector is an Optoma HD 20. Walls are a light tan, floor is cream, sealing is white. Windows have BOC on them. Room will have no lights on when using PJ.

Also, I was going to use Kiltz 2 to prime it. Is this ok?

What type of roller should I use for the Kiltz and Glidden?

Anything else I should be aware of?

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Anyone? Already got two coats of Kiltz on the screen and ready to put the Glidden down. Just need to know what coat to get and any of info I may need.

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You've probably already gotten it, but you don't want a tint. Just get the plain base.

Kilz 2 is fine as primer.

Use a 3/8" nap roller. I never really got a clear answer as to what material. Wool holds more paint and is better suited to being re-used, but I didn't find one under 1/2".
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