Yes, you can.
Although many people believe that you cannot do this you could. Primers are made to adhere to almost any surface, including oil over latex or vice versa. However, why do you n…eed to prime the oil surface in the first place? You can just paint the oil primer over the oil paint already on that surface. I personally prefer to use oil primer over oil paint and vice versa for latex, if priming is necessary at all. http://www.thepaintprofessional.com/
Yes you can as long as the primer hasn't been uncoated for over two weeks.
Yes, you can also use latex over a oil based primer, you just dont want to apply oil paint over latex paint or primer.
Yes, unless the enamel paint is an epoxy. If the enamel is oil or water based paint, then there is no problem going over a latex primer.
Yes, the water borne latex paint manufactured today can be covered successfully with nearly any finish imaginable, including an alkyd primer. However, if possible I would exch…ange the alkyd with any water base primer/sealer. Costs less and the fumes aren't as offensive.
Depends on for what purpose you are prepping the surface. If you are considering installing a repositionable, removable and reusable wallcovering now or in the future, e…ggshell or higher latex primer is recommended. However, we have tested our wallcovering on flat finished surfaces, including ceilings, with no known damage.
Yes. All new lumber we install is primed with an oil primer and finished with two coats of Latex. Oil primer wants to work into the wood, so it should only be used on new or a… really old paint job that is very dry and you can let it dry for 48 hours before finish painting.
ergh.. yeah i think so
Yes you can.
Yes you can.
Yes, that will work fine.
I wouldn't risk it. -If many gallons of good exterior paint came off next winter, you would kick yourself. In my experience, if it says interior -then that's where you use it… !
Yes. Still follow the rule of "Never apply a coat of paint onto anything powdery or starting to flake off." If that is the case you will need to prep the surface first. Pr…obably by sanding it.
Oil based primer is the best bridge between oil and latex paints. If oil based paints are not available in your area, a high adhesion acrylic primer over a well prepared surfa…ce will also work.
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Part of your question does not make sense - "latex primer oil base" is a non sequitor. - It cannot be both 'latex'and 'oil base'. - However you can paint latex paint over ei…ther latex primer OR oil primer.