Doesn't matter. You can put a latex top coat over any type of primer. What you
need to be concerned about is what type of surface you're putting the *primer*
on. That might make a difference in what type of primer you need.
Doug Miller (alphageek at milmac dot com)
Read the label on your your paint can. Since latex may stick poorly to
some glossy older painted surfaces, the manufacturer will make note of
this and recommend a particular primer. There are also adhesion
promoters for old work and difficult substrates that are worth checking
out. Take time to go to a real paint store and ask lots of questions.
Well worth your time and the prices usually aren't all that much higher
than a box store. HTH
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