It’s an understood fact to apply primer before painting to get the end look of your dreams! Be it the surface of any texture or durability, flat paint or primer forms the base of the entire painting project at your home, office, and whatnot.
Moreover, primers add extra coverage to the painted surface without adding additional paint layers.
At Novielli painting services, skilled painters know how to add vibrance to your newly painted walls without overdoing it!
Here are some interesting facts for you to know about the importance of primer:
Importance of Primer Before Painting
Strong coverage and an even foundation provide the best canvas for your paint application.
The benefits of applying primer before painting are as follows:
- Conventionally, primers serve as base coats on timber surfaces, drywall, metallic surfaces, masonry, plastered surfaces, and worn-out surfaces. Complicated materials that are porous and difficult to varnish, like wood, concrete, etc., can also be furnished effortlessly after applying primers.
- Primers cover those tiny holes, cracks, wooden blemishes, and natural pigments that would otherwise require numerous paint applications. Primers prevent these blemishes from reflecting after painting.
- Primers provide a neutral base; thus, the vibrance of your selected paint color oozes out with perfection. You can also try pigmented primer options for lighter color themes.
- Primers are aimed to be water-resistant to act as a seal against mold growth and rusting.
Primers can save that extra money you’ll spend on applying too much paint and getting it retouched now and then. Always apply primer before painting to make the paint last longer than ever!
Primer Recommendations for Different Surfaces
Here are some of the handpicked recommendations of primers for different paint services. Novielli’s painting experts know how to stick the primers with the right paint and surface texture!
Here’s your turn to overview the different types of primers:
- Wood Primers (Oil and latex-based quick drying primers with maximum adhesion)
- Drywall Primers (Latex-based primers to cover the extreme porous surfaces)
- Bonding Primer (Specially designed for stubborn surfaces like metal, ceramics, plastic, etc.)
- Oil-based Primers (Stain resistant and are used for surfaces prone to stains fastly as cupboards, stairways, etc.)
- Water-Based Primers (Easy application, multipurpose primers with low VOC level)
- Paint and Prime (All in one prime and paint option for quick application)
- Stain Resistant Primers (Prevent stains from reflecting through the top coat)