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What is primed pine?

Last Updated: 7th September, 2021

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Pinus Taeda (finger-jointed) Primed Finger Jointed (FJ) Pine is a time & cost-effective solution when a real timber substrate that is ready to paint is needed. Pre-coated with a water-based primer this timber offers strength, stability and increased lengths through the finger jointed glue-bonds.

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Also to know is, what is primed timber?

LOSP prime pine is a pre-primed timber product. It is fingerjointed and/or laminated for increased dimensional stability and can be used for all above ground applications including pergolas, carports, verandahs, handrails, privacy screens. LOSP prime pine is a pre-primed timber product.

Additionally, can you use primed pine outside? This lumber can also be used in exterior finishing applications as long as it is properly primed and painted or stained.

In respect to this, what is primed radiata pine?

Primed Finger-Joint Pine Board are: fascia, corner boards, trim base molding, furniture parts, shelving, cabinets, etc. It is primed for your convenience and therefore ready to paint. This Radiata Pine finger joint primed board can be used for interior and exterior uses, separating it from many other products.

Do you need to undercoat pre primed timber?

You must undercoat all bare timber areas (like door edges). If the finish is a very different colour from the pre-priming – you can paint doors first with tinted undercoat, just to ensure better coverage (Aquanamel covers very poorly, it's like water), or be prepare to do 4-5 coats of paint.

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