Circa 1850 Wallpaper Prep-Coat Primer Sealer is an acrylic water-based coating used by professional installers to prepare and condition walls. This product eliminates the need to sand glossy surfaces or prime new drywall.
Wallpaper Prep-Coat promotes proper adhesion and prevents seams from opening while helping to eliminate bubbles. It is ideal for both prepasted and unpasted wallpaper. The water-based, low odor formula makes it pleasant to use and easy to clean up with soap and water.
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Use on any surface
Covers up to 75M (800FT) per 3.78 L (U.S. Gallon)
Ideal for prepasted, vinyl, mylar
1 liter size sufficient for hanging 5 to 7 rolls
Easy clean up
1. Remove loose paint, rust, plaster, etc. 2. Clean the surface with TSP and warm water. 3. Remove existing mildew with household bleach. 4. Stir the Prep-Coat until consistent throughout can. 5. Do not apply below 50°F (10°C). 6. Apply Prep-Coat with brush, roller, or spray. 7. Wait 2 hours before applying top coat. Under condition of high humidity or low temperature, additional drying may be required. 8. Clean up with soap and water.
Can I paint existing wallpaper with wallpaper prep-coat and then hang second coat of wallpaper?
Thank you Marion
It is really not a good idea to put wallpaper on wallpaper even with this great product. I know it is a pain to strip wallpaper and prep the walls but the result is worth it and will last years.This product is the best wall prep for wallpaper. Good luck with your project!
would it work to prepare a mirror wall for wallpaper?
I don't think so. The paper might adhere to the mirror for a time.... this may be a question for the manufacturer.I do love this product though.... I live in an old home with plaster and will only use this product to prepare the plaster walls for wallpaper.Good Luck!
Great question! I would be concerned about it's adhesion to glass, the manufacturer says it's OK for use on any surface. If there is any way you could rough up or etch the glass surface beforehand it may give the prep-coat more "tooth" - making less likely to peel off.
This is simply the best wallpaper primer on the market. I couldn't hang paper professionally without it. [...]