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Crown Trade PSB Stain Block Primer

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A high performance primer for use on interior and exterior broadwall and trim areas. With excellent opacity and stain blocking properties, it creates the ideal primer to cover and seal problem stains such as nicotine and smoke.
- Locks stains into the paint film
- A water-based alternative to alkali resisting sealer
- Excellent adhesion
- Resists cracking and blistering
- Can be overcoated with water-based or solvent-based paint finishes

  • Build Quality is rated at a 1/5 for Crown Trade PSB Stain Block Primer :

  • Ease of Use is rated at a 3/5 for Crown Trade PSB Stain Block Primer :

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  • Value For Money is rated at a 1/5 for Crown Trade PSB Stain Block Primer :

  • Overall is rated at a 2/5 for Crown Trade PSB Stain Block Primer :

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Review for Crown Trade PSB Stain Block Primer by Islandmagee Painting & Decorating
22nd August 2018

Didn't work. Simple as that. We purchased this for a customer on a budget, had to end up using some of our stock of a well known three letter product (that you'd put rubbish in)...... perhaps this stuff should've gone there too. Not impressed.

Didn't work. Simple as that. We purchased this for a customer on a budget, had to end up using some of our stock of a well known three letter product (that you'd put rubbish in)...... perhaps this stuff should've gone there too. Not impressed.


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