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Re: painting over "simulated woodgrain" paneling

Posted By: Rich
Wednesday, 17 October 2001, at 2:34 p.m.

In Response To: Re: painting over "simulated woodgrain" paneling (Phil)

I had the same problem. I just used Kilz stain blocker. I used a think roller to apply it to the sheet and used a narrow brush to get into the grooves. I had thought about using "hard as nails" caulk to fill the cracks. I am really glad that I left the grooves. The room look great and the grooves give it a nice quality. Make sure you apply two or three coast of Kilz before you use the paint.

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