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Latex paint should never be painted straight onto oil paint. In this case you'll need to remove as much of the new paint as possible. Then you can use a water based primer with an adhesive like Gripper from Glidden. There are other brands of course, but an adhesive based primer will stay on oil paint or other surfaces that water based latex paint would ...


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I would sand all the baseboard that is peeling, wipe clean for sanding dust. Then prime it all, using a strong water based primer. Zinser 123 is good. Then re paint it using a water based paint that is 100% acrylic . Not just latex or vinyl latex. Make sure it's 100% acrylic and you'll have no problems.


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This is all bad, I am sorry to say. This is the result of poor surface preparation (sanding) prior to the application of the paint that is peeling. There is no easy solution, you must remove all the peeling paint along with any that even might peel. Sanding with coarse paper (maybe a heat gun but be careful) is the likely solution. On top of that, you will ...


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Duct tape a square patch of clear plastic sheeting to a bare unfinished spot on the floor. Seal all edges with duct tape and wait 2 days. If there is condensation on the underside of the plastic or a dark damp moist square of concrete under the sheeting... you have a moisture problem contributing to the issue. You did not mention the reason you are priming ...


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The problem you are having is not uncommon. It is a basement floor so im guessing below grade. There should have been a layer of 10 mil poly under the floor when it was poured but either way concrete leaches moisture. This is a contributor to your problem. IF you didnt thoroughly wash the floor (i mean powerwash) with a bleach based cleaner you will have a ...



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