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Getting bleed through with morrells water based paint

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flanajb

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I use morrells water based primer and pigmented laquer, but on some woods eg ash and ply I get tanning discolouration of the primer. Anyone able to offer suggestions as how to deal with this?

My initial thoughts are to buy a can of zinser to seal the surface before I proceed to finish?

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flanajb

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pip1954":34jsxjlb said:
speak to morrels they will help/give advice
pip
On reflection. That should have been my first port of call!
 

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Do let us know what they say? We don't all want to be ringing up and asking the same question! LOL!

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I've found this with white WB from Morrells after the first primer coat, but by the time I've got another primer and two top coats on it doesn't show.

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I had this on a recent project and used Zinser to stop it seemed to work
 

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you need to apply a primer
zinnser BIN would be my first choice as it will block any stains plus ensure adhesion
zinnser 123+ would also work if you prefer to stay WB
 
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