"sunporch" is completely enclosed, like a room. Just gets really hot?
Question:The sunporch is brick. It had windows across top on one end. They leaked so I closed in with siding on outside insulation in the middle and sheetrock on the inside. This is just across the top at the peak inside. I thought because it was inside, protected from weather, I could paint with interior paint. I did seal it with oil primer first. I guess the heat out there is too high. Can I paint over the top with a sealer to seal the bad "sticky now" paint and then paint with exterior paint? I can always panel over it too if I have to. Could the primer have been too old to use? I had it for a year. Kilz original oil base primer I had used on my bathroom wall last summer. thanks
if it is all tacky you wont want to paint over that without removing the old paint and goop first. if you plan on paneling over the top of it all i say go for it! cover that mess up and hide it.
try a small area with some new sealer see how it reacts with the interior paint if it holds up then do the hole wall make sure you get new sealer kilz is a good product B-I-N made by ZINNSSER is a far superior product
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