La faible teneur en composés organiques volatils (COV) de ce produit satisfait les normes strictes du SCAQMD (norme californienne la plus contraignante pour les émissions de polluants dans l'air), ce qui contribue à améliorer la qualité de l'air intérieur de votre habitation et réduit les impacts sur la santé humaine.
Base :À base d'eau
Superficie :400 - 450 pi.ca.
Format :3,7 l
Temps de séchage :1 heure
Type :Apprêt d'impression à base d'eau
Modèle :Bulls Eye 1-2-3(MD)
COV :< 100 g/l
Apprêt d'impression Bulls Eye 1-2-3(MD), 3,7 l, blanc est évalué
Rated 4 de
good product at a good price
I had to use this primer on galvanished steel. I put it in a paint gun too. It went on smooth and dried to the touch within an hour. i put two coats on and it covered everything nicely. not too bad an odor, i did it in a garage. Not much to say just it's a good primer for a good price. The only reason I gave it 4 out of 5 stars was because I was testing the durability and I could scrape it off with my finger nail if I tried, but i feel all primers would when on metal. So dont' put too much stock in that comment. I'd use it again. And it's white which help me with the yellow paint.
Date de publication: 2013-05-09
Rated 3 de
Wasn’t the best for my application
I want to to white wash a rough cedar wall which had black staining showing through the wood. I used this Zinzer primer to try to cover the black stains so that they would not show through the white paint. Even after three and four coats of this primer, the stains were visible. Admittedly, they were less visible the more coats of primer I put on; However, I feel that four coats of primer is excessive. This may work better for a different application, but it did not work for mine. When I read the Cannes, it said that it was for Ward, so I figured this would hide the stains and it did not [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2019-02-19
Rated 5 de
Best primer for mobile home plastic wall paper.
I was desperate to paint over my nasty paisley wall paper in my 1987 double wide.
After read horror stories about people painting over plastic coated wall paper in thier mobile homes, only to have it fall off in giant sheets, I was considering replacing all the wallboard.
Then I read that bullseye primer would stick to any surface. It was expensive, but if it worked would save so much work.
We washed all walls and spayed and rolled the whole house.
5 years later it still looks awsome !!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2019-04-22
Rated 5 de
Comment about Zinsser
I swear by this stuff! It says it dries in one hour and you can then paint over it, and you can. The person who said that it peeled off in sheets the next day...well, you have to let it cure for 3 days, then it won't peel off! Yes, you could peel it off if it hasn't cured yet.
Hope it's not too late--don't peel it!
Date de publication: 2013-06-23
Rated 5 de
Low odor, smooth application, quick coverage
This is the second variety of primer I purchased for my project. I used it to cover glossy painted surfaces and baseboards in a bedroom. The baseboards were manufactured white and appeared to never have been painted. I used a high quality brush and a very small foam roller. The primer is almost odorless to my nose. It applies easily and eradicated the blue/yellow/green of the room. It appears to be self leveling and my brush strokes & roller texture vanished by the time it dried. I highly recommend it.
Date de publication: 2017-03-29
Rated 4 de
I purchased this as a primer for laminate cabinets before painting. I gave a 4 because I still had to sand them prior to priming although it says no sanding. Maybe you wouldn’t have to do this on a different surface that isn’t so difficult to paint! Also let the primer “set” before painting over with the valspar cabinet paint. Turned out great. No peeling 3 weeks later [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2019-04-04
Rated 5 de
Kilz vs Bulls Eye 1 2 3
We have used Kilz several times and was happy with it for the purpose it was intended for but the smell was horrendous and had to make sure we had plenty of ventilation. So we had to wait on the weather on the outside was good so we could open the doors. And that is just a short time in the south. Yes we used the latest up to date with "Low Odor" and could not stand it.
With Bulls Eye we can breath better and no open doors. But one of the cost savings is the amount that has to be used is so much better. And that alone is what should make you want to buy it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2020-02-01
Rated 1 de
Lumps, lumps, lumps
Bought a can and had the paint department agitate it for me. Opened it the next day and began stirring. There was 1.5" of gunk -- powdery unmixed product -- at the bottom. I spent the next 30 minutes stirring and trying to break up the lumps, some the size of golf balls, before finally straining what I could into a paint pan. After applying to the drywall I had to scrape mini-lumps off with a putty knife. Why didn't I go back to the store? Because the darn store is 15 miles away, up a mountain, through a tunnel, down the mountain, and across miles of bumper-to-bumper traffic in Honolulu. I will be purchasing local from now on.
Date de publication: 2014-02-04