Latex Flat Paint Over Kilz Original Oil Primer Question

Hello,
Have a brown water stain on ceiling from an ice dam leakage. Not very big; perhaps 2 inches or so wide X 10 inches long.
Ceiling is presently painted a pretty much Flat White.
I plan on very lightly sanding the stain, and then applying Kilz Original Oil Based Primer-Sealer to it.
Question: is it likely that a single coat of a Flat White regular interior Latex paint will blend in and hide the Kilz "well," or do you think the oil based Kilz painted area will look shiny (or otherwise be discernable) thru the single Latex coat ?
Thoughts and suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks, Bob
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Robert11 wrote:

If you have left over paint, or a way to get the color numbers, then prime/paint is ok. Even from the same can of paint, it can be difficult to get a perfect match because the already painted area probably has some fading, yellowing or dirt. If it is a really dead white, you might get better results from just applying a very, very thin coat of primer, brushing out to feather the edges. Even the primer alone might "do" until the whole ceiling needs painting. Most folks don't look at the ceiling much and unless the light is perfect, might just not notice it.
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On Sat, 22 Mar 2008 17:06:04 -0400, Robert11 wrote:

Due to my son starting to make a grilled cheese sandwich and then forgetting it I had smoke damage in the kitchen and used Kilz to cover the area and then was intending to repaint the entire kitchen and dining room ceiling. However, the Kilz did a fantastic job of not only covering, but blending that I just left it. To me the Kilz was a good ceiling paint. You may also be satisfied with the finish. However, I believe I used the latex Kilz, not the oil.
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