Re: Drywall, plaster and paneling in Kitchen
Gardz is the same thing as Killz (I'm guessing the "Fardz" is a typo) and yes you can use it for what you're doing. The trick is to make sure you're providing ample drying time and air for drying and bond. The point of Gardz and Killz is that they bond to the surface that they're applied to and they cannot do that if not cured which means that they've dried completely before applying additional coatings of anything else.
You can apply Gardz or Killz to almost anything. Again, allow ample air, warmth and drying time. They're both shellac based primers and do the same thing.
After applying either, paint.
Last edited by KKelly; 04-26-2009 at 02:05 AM.
If I only knew what I was doing!