Covering up stencil?


We are going to paint our bathroom and there is a brushed in paint stenciling around the top of the wall. Can I just paint over the stenciling with a quality paint with primer in it? Or will I need to do something else?

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  1. Using Paint/Primer Products is not advisable… always use a separate Primer… for the Bath, use a Pigmented Shellac Sealer Primer and cover the ENTIRE Bath… then finish coat using Sherwin Williams Classic-99 Semi…

  2. In addition to my earlier advice… you may want to review my web page on <a rel="nofollow" href="//" target="_blank"> Painting Baths</a>

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