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 Does Masonite need to be primed?

Answer Masonite, a slim particleboard used in siding homes, should receive a coat of primer before painting unless it comes pre-primed. Other terms for Masonite are clapboard, fiberboard, and hardboard. ... Read More »
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Does Masonite siding need to be primed before painting?

Masonite siding should be primed with an exterior-grade alkyd primer. This type of primer typically helps to seal the lower edge of the siding more efficiently than others. Allow primer to dry and ... Read More »
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How to Paint Factory-Primed Metal Doors?

Painting factory-primed metal doors successfully depends on two factors: preparation and the choice of painting method. Many poorly informed homeowners tackle the job the wrong way. By skimping on... Read More »
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Who invented Masonite?

In 1924, William H. Mason invented the product Masonite in Laurel, Mississippi. Mason accidentally found a way to recycle waste wood from bark by conditioning the fiber and turning it into what he ... Read More »
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Is masonite acid-free?

No. While masonite is a very satisfactory mounting surface as long as it is sealed or if the important areas of your paper product (such as photographs) to be mounted do not touch it. Masonite regi... Read More »
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