Can you paint over grease stains?
Herein, what paint will cover grease?
Polycell Stain Stop is a highly pigmented paint which permanently prevents stains reappearing through paint. It provides one coat coverage over water stains, grease, nicotine, crayons, rust and soot. Suitable for use on plaster, concrete, stone, masonry, plasterboard and wood.
- Sand the stained area lightly with a 120-grit sanding sponge.
- Paint over the stained area with a water-based primer.
- Sand the primer lightly.
- Apply one to three coats of the flat paint to the wall with a brush or roller, depending on the size of the repair.
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Beside above, how do you paint over oil stains?
Clean the surface with trisodium phosphate, sand rough areas and apply stain-blocking latex primer to ensure that the oil from the stain does not bleed into the paint later. Follow with a semi-gloss, acrylic latex paint for a long-lasting, durable finish.
Paint a primer onto the wall using an angled paintbrush for the edges and a paint roller for larger expanses of wall. The primer prevents any remaining grease stains from soaking through the new coat of paint.