This Old House Names Oil Bond Top 100 Product
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“Miracle Additive.” - This Old House
Beside the latest and most innovative new remodeling, and decorative products to be recently released, the master craftsmen and women of This Old House have named Oil Bond a TOH Top 100: Best New Home Products 2015. Read their description and uses for Oil Bond and learn more about this amazing new product. It’s designed to reduce the need for sanding when painting on oily surfaces.
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Oil Bond paint additive, by Latex Agent
With this additive, you don't have to sand and prime before painting oil-based coatings. Simply wipe it on to clean and degloss the old finish. Wait an hour for it to dry, then mix some into your choice of latex top coat. The additive in the paint chemically cross-links with the wiped-on coat, creating a firm bond. Perfect for encapsulating lead- based paint. About $15 per quart; latexagent.com
Why We Love Oil Bond
For Professional Painters
Professional painters need quality products that save time, and increase profitability. This Old House experts tested Latex Agent’s Oil Bond and the conclusion was clear: it works. By providing a perfect bonding to any oil-based or glossy finish, Oil Bond omits the need to sand or prime, saving time, work and making pro painters more efficient and profitable. Still skeptical? Try it for yourself today with our Pro Offer.
For Do-It-Yourself Painters
Whether painting kitchen cabinets, trim, dressers, or desks, Oil Bond is an excellent product for Do-It-Yourself types. Oil Bond works perfectly. Imagine a professional paint job, no steps skipped, and a beautiful finish, but without all the work of sanding and cleaning. Give used furniture a new look, or touch-up the trim in your living room. Oil Bond makes painting oily surfaces easy. It’s truly a miracle additive. What project are you ready to tackle? Purchase Oil Bond directly from Latex Agent, $14.98.
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Oil Bond is a latex paint additive that helps latex paint adhere to oil-based or glossy surfaces, including polyurethane. Simply pre-treat the surface to be painted by wiping on a layer of oil bond using on a clean cotton rag, allow the surface to dry, then add a dose of Latex Agent Oil Bond to your choice of latex paint. Using oil bond is easier to use than sanding and without the clean-up of sanding. Save time and money with oil bond. Ideal for repainting cabinets doors and trim around windows and doors. Also ideal for repainting furniture.