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    How to prevent penetrating wall stains

    Painters & Decorators

    How can I stop wall stains from bleeding through a painted surface? What can I do about this?

    Asked by Christian on 16th Dec 2020
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    Best Answer

    Site Contract Services Ltd

    "The best product to use on wall stains is "zinsser B-I-N primer" not cheap but quality product. Jus paint the primer over stained area. Thanks
    Site Contract Services Ltd"

    Answered on 18th Dec 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Round Tuit

    "Everyone has "The answer".
    Mine is to use a high quality eggshell paint.
    A couple of coats covers and copes with most stains/bleeding and can cope in a hostile environment like swimming pools, showers etc"

    Answered on 17th Dec 2020 - Member since Sep 2017 - report

    "Zinsser Cover Stain

    You can get from B&Q, Screwix, etc"

    Answered on 1st Sep 2021 - Member since Dec 2018 - report
    Cotswold Paint and Paper

    "Use Zinsser shellac. Apply with a medium pile roller. Ensure the finish is smooth.
    Don't hang about, this will start to dry within minutes, especially if the room is warm. Keep the area well ventialted.
    Stir the tin thoroughly and stir every few minutes of use."

    Answered on 1st Sep 2021 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    T@P decorating

    "First you need to stop the leak or moisture getting in . Sand the effected area abs apply a stain block . One dry you can then paint over the new surface"

    Answered on 16th Apr 2021 - Member since Mar 2021 - report
    Reach N Shine Window Fascia Gutter Cleaning Handyman Professionals

    "If you put PVA water proofer from wickes on the wall best taking all the paint off the wall first with sand paper and apply the PVA so it stop the damp coming through and gets a good bonding to the wall wate till it’s completely dry before you apply the paint.

    hope this helps

    Answered on 22nd Dec 2020 - Member since Aug 2016 - report
    Au Faix

    "Find out we’re the moisture is getting in . Normally throug the seals on your windows or maybe an old leak. Treat it, stain block it, and repaint"

    Answered on 5th May 2021 - Member since Apr 2021 - report
    TAG Housing Maintenance

    "It is called efflorescence and you need to use salt neutraliser to cure the problem, also have the wall injected with damp treatment at least 6 inch in the wall to get deep result."

    Answered on 30th Jul 2021 - Member since Jul 2021 - report

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