How To Stop Or Repair Peeling Paint.



this Christy Idaho painter here on home improvement how to's today working on a house here I got this shed that's peeling really bad and I've got to prep this properly to get it prepared so what I paint it it doesn't peel again we power wash it a lot of the paint has come off but there's still some peeling flaking paint and I got my Mad Dog Duralast primer right here which is excellent for peeling paint I'm going to be just brushing a coat of this on here it dries light gray you'll see where I'm putting it on applying it so I'm going to be just applying this and we'll get it all cut and ready we'll show you what it looks like the final product we're all done so there we go using our Mad Dog primer a little bit about the Mad Dog Duralast primer it's a flexible adhesive primer since it's good for new peeling weathered surface is good for wood metal and masonry helps paint last up to 20 years what it says anyways here we go we are using it at the two different kinds of primers here the Mad Dog primer and the Mad Dog primer goes on definitely gray and after drivin here a couple of days it definitely has a tacky feel to it which I don't when you read the PBS it talks about it will have that tacky permission that's to help that take on to it versus where desolate feels dry and large traditional primer coat well we noticed is that is the Mad Dog primer definitely covered everything up and helps glue things down in appearance a lot better than the you can still see a lot of the stuff coming through it and we add some hints and primer so that we can see where we've gone afterwards drives because typically this product is going to drive clear we'll start getting a topcoat on these and we'll see what they look like the tentative you can see here the Mad Dog primer has just a better coverage instable pretty beat-up composite shakes versus this primer it just feels little more rough compared to to the Mad Dog and that may be due to the Mad Dog primers higher solid content but we'll get a top coat on it and we'll see how it looks because he's looking at the shed could hardly even tell that even had an issue before looks excellent now said to the last a lot of years puts one coat Mad Dog on it there lies primer and then we put two coats of our top coat on there which we used resilience from Sharon Williams so it's looking good looking brand-new so there you have it our set is all complete now we got our competitor product over here a mad dog over here they both look pretty similar the shed looks pretty new a mad mad dog primer primer is performed really really well as you can see at the beginning the video this was flaking and peeling really bad and looking at it closely we can't even tell that I had that Missy now the stuff that sealed it it's glued on there it's going to last a lot of years we got two top coats on top of it on top of that Mad Dog primer really happy with the primer really likes the fact that it's inted and doesn't dry clear the stuff is really good got to try it out Mad Dog primer if you've enjoyed this video please consider giving me a thumbs up don't forget please consider subscribing my channel you can go check out my website d idaho painter calm give it away a lot of tools and accessories even an airless sprayer on my website so go check it out you can also find my tools and accessories there or down in the video's description below you haven't followed me on any my closer media you can find me on Facebook Pinterest Twitter and even Instagram that Idaho painter hope you've enjoyed this video video and we'll see you on my next video how

26 Comments

  • r m

    April 15, 2019

    I always believed you should remove all the paint or almost all of it to where it is sanded smooth but I guess not

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  • Dward Okun

    April 15, 2019

    I use zinnser peel stop. I think it is cheaper. It does not cover it completely, but I don’t think that matters because I am putting two coats on top of it anyway

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  • Cabo Wabo

    April 15, 2019

    is the other one SW PrimeRX?

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  • Brian Wagner Painting

    April 15, 2019

    Love peel bond

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  • wfdrum

    April 15, 2019

    Idaho painter we know that we can get spray guns at store but please let me know how I can get those guns attached to your arms!! lol

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  • Larry Aldama

    April 15, 2019

    Good one Chris ???

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  • gmrrnracr

    April 15, 2019

    Why do you like brushing on primer vs spraying? I’m a rookie and curious what’s the advantage to brushing on primer? Thanks Chris

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  • Annony Mouse

    April 15, 2019

    Could you spray this stuff on? Or at least spray it and then roll it to push it into any cracks?

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  • Aaron Singer

    April 15, 2019

    Have you ever used the PrimeRx from Sherwin Williams?

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  • stargateproductions

    April 15, 2019

    Could you use two coats of this primer or would that be unnecessary? – Mike

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  • Mario Guillen

    April 15, 2019

    Hey brother
    I have a crack interior ceiling on a big job that im doing
    I wonder if it this will fix all the cracks

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  • FREEDOM HARD

    April 15, 2019

    You put out some awesome videos! I have learned a lot from watching you. You are my go to guy. Greatly appreciate you sharing your knowledge!

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  • testticklehead

    April 15, 2019

    Dude I love your vids, thanks for posting. It's great to see not only a great video but beneficial comments from the fan base. A big thanks to those who posted helpful comments.

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  • Jason Powell

    April 15, 2019

    no prob

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  • Jason Powell

    April 15, 2019

    nice work!

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  • Evan St. Onge

    April 15, 2019

    If you use alot of mad dog. Have your local Sherwin-Williams look into bringing in P-3 Peeling Paint Primer from Duckback. Very similar characteristics to the mad dog, similar tack and coverage. We've converted many mad dog loyalists to it because it works exactly the same for about half the price.

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  • mackhomie6

    April 15, 2019

    cool video but I'm confused; do I send the money to you or directly to mad dog? if you're getting paid to promote, shouldn't you disclose that, clearly, in the beginning?

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  • myfordranger

    April 15, 2019

    $75 a gal

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  • Nick LeQuia

    April 15, 2019

    So, we don't get to know the primer that the MadDog was compared to? It blocked out the name of it….

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  • James Boardman

    April 15, 2019

    Just a second note. I would have rolled it with a peanut roller to get the undersides of the boards first, then brushed. quicker and cleaner!

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  • James Boardman

    April 15, 2019

    Hi Chris, Don't know when you started using Mad dog but I've been using it for years! I'm currently working on a garage that has over hanging soffits and a fascia board. you can get in to sand or grind. Plus its old lead paint! I scraped everything using a full face mask & ear muffs, (safety first), then Mad Dog. Finis with Ben Moore Aura Satin, also a self priming finish coat finish coat. Results; it will last threw my life time! or until I retire!

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  • Colony Painting

    April 15, 2019

    Would like to see a bit on A-100 vs Superpaint.
    We do residential repaint in the suburbs North of Dallas; mostly wood trim and/or Hardy board for exteriors.
    We rarely use Superpaint over the past 12-13 years because of price difference and use A-100 almost exclusively because it has been dependently consistent in its performance.
    The times we have used Superpaint in years past it performed rather admirably.
    However, more recently, it seems to have a number of problems, which, from talking to different sales reps from different paint outlets, I suspect is a byproduct of continual tweaking of the formula in supposed improvements (which also raises an already higher price).
    We have used Graco 390s almost exclusively for about 10 years.
    Any comments and suggestions are welcome and appreciated.

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  • Jean Liss

    April 15, 2019

    Cool beans! I'll definitely try this on the next appropriate project. I just primed my pealing paint (after wash/sand/scrape) with the 3xpealstop (zinsser) and so far I'm quite happy with the results, but I'm always game for new products. I would have liked to spray it, and it had spraying instructions, but it was almost like painting with a cross between paint and caulk, so I figured it would be more mess to try to get the spray working well. Thanks for the review!

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  • P Lee

    April 15, 2019

    my mom's house has T1-11 siding. Is it possible to power wash this before painting, or will it ruin the siding?

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  • Gordon Loop

    April 15, 2019

    Hey there I would always scrap and sand after power washing. Did you skip this step or did I miss it in the video? Blessings to you, Gordon

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  • Alfredo Alvizo

    April 15, 2019

    so whats the difference between mad dog and the prime rx from sherwin Williams??

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