Oil Bond
Oil Bond

Oil Bond

$ 1998

Click here to learn how to paint your kitchen cabinets without sanding!

    • Paint latex over previously painted oil or polyurethane surfaces without sanding or priming.
    • Great for use on cabinets, trim, furniture and doors.
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      For expedited shipping call 832-300-4089.
       
              Oil Bond is a truly unique water based, low VOC product. Oil Bond is designed and formulated to work in all latex paint. Oil Bond is first wiped on oil or water based paint, varnish, lacquer, polyurethane or even powder coated items with a clean, lint free rag. The wiped on Oil Bond contains cleaning surfactants, deglossing agents and priming, one part, self-crosslinking resins. The product will then clean, degloss and pre-prime painted surfaces, most clear coat surfaces (not laminates or plastics) and most powder coated surfaces (not automotive, clear coat finishes). Allow the wiped on Oil Bond to dry for an hour to overnight. After that add 16 ounces per gallon of Latex paint and the Oil Bond will cross link to the pre-primed product left behind in the wiping step. The additive is only needed in the base coat if more than one will be applied. Oil Bond can stop minor bleed through, but if the rag used for wiping the surface comes out colored from bleeding from stains or pigment transfer, then a blocking primer may be necessary.

       

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      1. SHAKE WELL FOR AT LEAST 30 SECONDS
      2. PRETREAT - Pretreating the surface with the Oil Bond latex paint additive will effectively clean, degloss and assist adhesion of the latex paint to the project surface:
        1. Apply the Oil Bond product to a clean, lint free cotton rag and wipe the surface with a moderate amount of product. Regularly reapply the product onto fresh, clean areas of the rag during the process to assure that the surface is properly prepared and change rags as dirt is absorbed onto the rag. Appropriate gloves are recommended. Any further cleaning of the surface before or after application is not necessary. 
        2. After pretreating, allow the surface to dry for one hour.
      3. ADD TO LATEX PAINT:
        1. Begin by adding 16 oz. of the Oil Bond latex paint additive to one gallon of latex paint. Stir well.
        2. Apply the latex paint with Oil Bond additive to project surface using brush, roller or spray in the first coat of paint. Additional coats do not require the Oil Bond additive.
        3. Allow to dry as directed by the latex paint instructions. Full cure of the paint may take a day or two, depending on the conditions (temperature, humidity, etc.) The coating will be the toughest after 2-3 days and should completely harden within about one week.

      NOTE: If the color from project surface begins to transfer onto the rag or the finish begins to loosen from the surface during pretreatment, then pretreating with a scouring pad is necessary (using a multipurpose primer may be used to avoid bleeding). If a smooth surface is not achieved after pretreating, the surface will need to be sanded and primed.

      NOTE: For use in spray equipment - Add the Latex paint with Oil Bond additive as directed and dilute as necessary with extra water to meet the viscosity requirement for your spray equipment per the manufacturer’s directions.

      It is the user’s responsibility to determine whether this product suits the purpose of the user’s application.

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      Click here to learn how to paint your kitchen cabinets without sanding!

        • Paint latex over previously painted oil or polyurethane surfaces without sanding or priming.
        • Great for use on cabinets, trim, furniture and doors.
          NEED IT NOW?
          For expedited shipping call 832-300-4089.
           
                  Oil Bond is a truly unique water based, low VOC product. Oil Bond is designed and formulated to work in all latex paint. Oil Bond is first wiped on oil or water based paint, varnish, lacquer, polyurethane or even powder coated items with a clean, lint free rag. The wiped on Oil Bond contains cleaning surfactants, deglossing agents and priming, one part, self-crosslinking resins. The product will then clean, degloss and pre-prime painted surfaces, most clear coat surfaces (not laminates or plastics) and most powder coated surfaces (not automotive, clear coat finishes). Allow the wiped on Oil Bond to dry for an hour to overnight. After that add 16 ounces per gallon of Latex paint and the Oil Bond will cross link to the pre-primed product left behind in the wiping step. The additive is only needed in the base coat if more than one will be applied. Oil Bond can stop minor bleed through, but if the rag used for wiping the surface comes out colored from bleeding from stains or pigment transfer, then a blocking primer may be necessary.

           

          1. SHAKE WELL FOR AT LEAST 30 SECONDS
          2. PRETREAT - Pretreating the surface with the Oil Bond latex paint additive will effectively clean, degloss and assist adhesion of the latex paint to the project surface:
            1. Apply the Oil Bond product to a clean, lint free cotton rag and wipe the surface with a moderate amount of product. Regularly reapply the product onto fresh, clean areas of the rag during the process to assure that the surface is properly prepared and change rags as dirt is absorbed onto the rag. Appropriate gloves are recommended. Any further cleaning of the surface before or after application is not necessary. 
            2. After pretreating, allow the surface to dry for one hour.
          3. ADD TO LATEX PAINT:
            1. Begin by adding 16 oz. of the Oil Bond latex paint additive to one gallon of latex paint. Stir well.
            2. Apply the latex paint with Oil Bond additive to project surface using brush, roller or spray in the first coat of paint. Additional coats do not require the Oil Bond additive.
            3. Allow to dry as directed by the latex paint instructions. Full cure of the paint may take a day or two, depending on the conditions (temperature, humidity, etc.) The coating will be the toughest after 2-3 days and should completely harden within about one week.

          NOTE: If the color from project surface begins to transfer onto the rag or the finish begins to loosen from the surface during pretreatment, then pretreating with a scouring pad is necessary (using a multipurpose primer may be used to avoid bleeding). If a smooth surface is not achieved after pretreating, the surface will need to be sanded and primed.

          NOTE: For use in spray equipment - Add the Latex paint with Oil Bond additive as directed and dilute as necessary with extra water to meet the viscosity requirement for your spray equipment per the manufacturer’s directions.

          It is the user’s responsibility to determine whether this product suits the purpose of the user’s application.

          Customer Reviews

          Based on 5 reviews Write a review

          "Eliminate the tedious prep step of sanding and priming with this miracle additive: Wipe it on to clean and degloss, mix it into your latex paint, and it bonds to itself to form a no-peel finish."

          This Old House

          "Oil bond makes painting easier."

          Ray

          "Oil bond makes painting less like work."

          Ladon

          "I used latex agent oil bond on the cabinets in my kitchen. The man at Lowes suggested it so that I did not have to prime the cabinets before painting them. The oil bond worked well and the cabinets look great. Using the oil bond saved time and money on my part."

          Brandon

          ". . . I am really surprised that it worked so well because in the past, people talk about these things and new products when they come out and a lot of times they fall short. . . . but from what I used on there I mean it did exactly what it said it was going to do and I have no problems with it. I'd say it worked really good overall and I was . . . really impressed with it."

          Michael A.

          "I think it’s a good product. I think it’s a safe product. It does what it’s supposed to do and what it claims to do quite well. You wipe it on and there was no need to do anything extra. It worked well. It adhered well. I’m satisfied. I think that they have a good product."

          Josh

          ". . . there’s definitely a need for it and it is very easy to use."

          Brandon

          "Oil bond makes painting easier. More fun. More exciting."

          Howard

          "I used the oil bond on the paneling in my kitchen. It did exactly what it was supposed to do and I am very pleased with the way my kitchen looks."

          Marvin

          "I’m currently asking my Sherwin-Williams sales rep to work up the chain to have Latex Agent in the stores."

          Meghan H.

          "Oil bond makes painting take less time."

          Eric H.

          "Anything you can do to get better adherence . . . just benefits you in the long run."

          Scott

          "Very useful."

          John

          "And I have to say that the additive, it did make it look better. And . . . I didn’t have to coat it as much."

          Lady P.

          "It does what it says it does and that's the big thing."

          Rob

          "Well, it actually does exactly what I expected it to do, it makes . . . applying paint, I believe, easier."

          Scott

          "I love it. I really like it. It made my job a lot easier. It was a lot more consistent and when it adhered to the drywall as well as that did, it was well worth it. So I couldn’t be any more happy with it."

          Howard