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Old 12-26-2011, 09:14 PM   #1
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SEM paint

Has anyone used SEM paint on the vinyl interior panels with any success?

After reading through oodles of painting threads, it seems like some people have had good success with Krylon Fusion, but SEM Color Coat looks like it could work as well. They have a low-VOC option that appeals to me more than using stacks of spray cans or a separate primer.

I'm going for an all-white interior, not just painting the bathroom or endcaps.


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Are we talking like bathroom panels or over the vinyl wall coatings?
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The vinyl wall coatings.
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You might try it on the interior wall of a closet to see what happens. I only have experience with Krylon Fusion on the end caps, AC unit, and refrigerator vent. There it works exceptionally well. Not sure at all what it would do on the vinyl covered metal surfaces.
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Thanks for the info. Since I'll be fulltiming, I decided I don't want to be breathing specialty paint fumes after all, so I'll suck it up and do the sand/prime/paint with Mythic.
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