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KILZ 2 2-gal. White Water-Based Latex Multi-Surface Interior/Exterior Primer, Sealer and Stain-Blocker

KILZ 2 LATEX White Water-Base is an Interior/Exterior, fast drying, water-base, multi-surface primer-sealer-stainblocker with excellent, adhesion, sealing properties and very mild odor. Suitable for application on interior and exterior surfaces, including woodwork, wallpaper, furniture, drywall, plaster, paneling, masonry, brick, painted metal and properly prepared glossy surfaces. KILZ 2 LATEX primer also blocks medium stains and provides a mildew resistant coating.
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will kilz cover mold stains?

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sadiemarie
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June 20, 2013
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KILZProblemSolver
St. Louis, MO
June 21, 2013
Hello! For mold and mildew, we recommend you prime with KILZ Premium. Before primer application, make sure to kill mold and mildew with a solution of bleach and water or a cleaner formulated to kill mold. It is important to rinse well and allow surface to dry thoroughly to ensure no new mold and mildew formation. If you have any additional questions, please contact us directly at ask@kilz.com. Thanks!
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WayneP
Leesburg, VA, USA
August 10, 2013
Yes, but only the original KILZ formula. The KILZ2 and KILZ MAX products probably won't.
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Marlo
Houston, TX, USA
January 14, 2014
Yes, mold and water stains.
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RICK
CHARLEVOIX
January 14, 2014
After scrubbing with TSP the little mold stains I had were covered and did not bleed thru.
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memorial
Toledo, OH, USA
January 14, 2014
I would not recommend it, either use Binz or an epoxy paint
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Okay
Columbus, OH, USA
December 10, 2013
yes, but oil primer is better. make sure you use a mold killer/cleaner. the primer is only as good as the preperation before painting.
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fishboy944
January 16, 2014
in my opinion, if you poured the whole 2 gallon bucket on the mold, it would not cover it.
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rckt4dm
southern maine
January 14, 2014
Kilz has covered water and mold stains for me
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CREAMER
YORK, PA
February 11, 2014
first you need to make sure the entire area to be treated is exposed. then wash the wall with a diluted bleach mixture to kill the mold - wait 24 hrs. to dry , repeat if needed, scrape and prepare for painting (do not use plaster products yet) apply a coat of the KILZ to the stained area. wait about an hour. fix any areas that need to be finished (spackle). after the wall is completely paint ready (sanded) apply a second coat of KILZ to the effected area. (wait until dry). repeat the KILZ apps. until mold is not noticeable. NOTE: APPLYING KILZ HEAVILY WILL ONLY MAKE THE DRY TIME LONGER AND WILL RUN ON YOU
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Michel
8561 SW, 21CT, Davie,
February 11, 2014
Yes, but sometime it takes 2 application or more. But the best is to wash before painting, eventhough the stain doesn't leave. It'll do with the primer.
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jimmyjoe
Houston, TX, USA
February 4, 2014
I have used it to cover mold stains with satisfactory results. I like wipe the area with a mold killing solution first.
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