Zinsser AllCoat Interior (Solvent-Based)

ZN7091001D1
ZIN507

Zinsser AllCoat Interior (Solvent-Based) is a 4-in-1 primer, sealer, stain blocker and finish. It is ideally suited to commercial interior applications and offers exceptional sprayability, one coat coverage and virtually odour free application:

  • Adheres to all surfaces without sanding
  • Covers and seals most paintable surfaces
  • Ideal for new plaster and other surfaces with up to 12.5pH
  • Non-yellowing finish
  • Available in 2,900+ colours, inc. RAL, RAL Design, BS, NCS & the new NCS 2050 colours
  • Note: colours mixed on a deep base 10L are temporarily unavailable. Please contact our technical team on 0113 2455450 (option 2) or send a message to [email protected] where we will be happy to find an alternative product.

Please note: Colours are sold in the nearest tin size but actual paint volume per tin may vary up to 10% depending on colour.

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Zinsser AllCoat Interior (Solvent-Based) is our ultimate interior refurbishment paint. It is a 4-in-1 primer, sealer, stain blocker and finish. It is ideally suited to commercial interior applications and offers exceptional sprayability, one coat coverage and virtually odour free application.

AllCoat Interior (Solvent-Based) is our ultimate airless spray product. Its 4-in-1 formula means exceptional results can be achieved in lightning quick time.

Features and Benefits

  • Adheres to all surfaces without sanding
  • Covers and seals most paintable surfaces
  • Ideal for new plaster and other surfaces with up to 12.5pH
  • Sands crisply to powder within 2 hours
  • Very low odour
  • Available in 2,900+ colours, inc. RAL, RAL Design, BS, NCS & the new NCS 2050 colours
  • Non-yellowing finish
Product Details
ZN7091001D1

Data sheet

Manufacturer
Zinsser
Interior / Exterior Use
Interior
Water / Solvent Based
Solvent
For Use On
Plaster, Cement, Concrete, Tile, Stucco, Cedar, Pine, Redwood, Oak, Fir, Birch, Aluminium, Iron, Steel, Drywall, Glass, PVC, Gloss Laminates, Powder Coatings
Application Method
Brush, Roller, Airless Spray, Pad
Sheen
Matt
Colour
Standard / Ready Mixed, Fully Tintable
Single, Two or Three Pack
Single
Pack Size
1L, 2.5L, 5L, 10L
Coverage
9m² per litre
Touch Dry
1 hour
UN Number
UN1263
Fastest Delivery
Next Working Day
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questions Ivan on 2022-08-08 07:15:18
Question: 

Hi. I am looking to use your AllCoat multi-colour Primer and Finisher together with F&B paint. I got the the F&B Pantalon No. 221 paint. Can you tell me which colour on the Primer will work best with that paint t ? Also any tips on using the primer on plastic ?

Answer: 

Unfortunately we cannot cross reference that F&B code, we would recommend consulting a RAL, NCS or BS colour chart and find a close match, this will aid coverage particularly if your topcoat is a bold colour.

questions Charlie on 2022-08-05 19:53:21
Question: 

What should I use to clean spray gun out with?

Answer: 

We would recommend following the recommendations of the spray equipment manufacturer, this product can be cleaned up with Bartoline White Spirit

questions Gary on 2022-05-16 21:05:47
Question: 

Hi there, Could I ask if you can mix the Zinsser AllCoat Interior (Solvent-Based) paint in a farrow and ball colour of Mouse's Back in a low satin sheen. I'm looking to repay my kitchen cabinet doors and units. Many thanks Gary

Answer: 

Thank you for the enquiry, we have contacted you directly with more information.

questions Nigel on 2022-03-26 08:56:44
Question: 

How long after the first coat does it take to apply a second coat (if needed) Many thanks Nigel

Answer: 

At 24°C this will be dry to recoat in 2 hours.

questions Ray Cadman on 2022-03-01 22:49:20
Question: 

What would be the best paint to spray onto oak kitchen cupboards to give a long lasting durable satin finish .

Answer: 

Assuming the oak cupboards are bare, clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the technical data sheet we can recommend the Kolorbond uPVC Painting Kits.

This can be mixed to many RAL, BS or NCS colours in a satin finish.

This can be applied to the timber once it is has been primed with an acrylic primer such as Coo-Var Acrylic Primer Sealer Undercoat.

questions Marika johns on 2022-01-17 20:56:41
Question: 

Can I paint this directly onto bathroom tiles ? Any prepping required and how many coats?

Answer: 

No, we would not recommend this for application to bathroom tiles.

Assuming the tiles are clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the technical data sheet we can recommend the Rust-Oleum Tile Transformation Kit.

This is available in Aspen White and is suitable for water contact.

questions David on 2021-10-29 20:09:19
Question: 

We had wallpaper on many walls then removed it. We overpainted with emulsion but each time there was a reaction and left us with walls that were quite rough looking similar to a furry finish and no matter how we tried we could not smooth them out! What would you recommend we use to repaint the walls with.

Answer: 

It is likely that there is some wall paper glue residue still remaining on the walls and the emulsion is reactivating it and giving you the rough texture.

We would suggest sanding the applied paint off and removal of any remaining glue residue with a wall paper steamer and scraper.

The walls must be fully dry prior to reapplication.

questions Niki on 2021-09-25 19:49:05
Question: 

I need to paint many walls which have been covered with an 'alkaline solution' following smoke damage from a fire. The black smoke marks are like smears over the walls, with a sheen. Which product would you recommend I use to prime before painting with my desired emulsion?

Answer: 

Thank you for the enquiry, we have a detailed blog post covering this subject which you can find here.

questions Sharah  on 2021-08-06 21:02:21
Question: 

I've bought the allcoat (sb) and I'm due to use it with a paint sprayer. Should I be adding any parts of water to the paint, to make it more sprayable?

Answer: 

This paint is designed to be applied by airless spray and should not be thinned.

questions julie on 2021-05-05 13:16:12
Question: 

I want to paint some door frames and skirting for starters with a paint that wont chip. I have a mixture of mdf and pine that I have sanded to remove the shiny ness. I have tried lots of expensive paints and primers over the years, with lots of prep but within months they are chipping. I also want a dark brown to compliment my dark oak doors and floors. Please advise

Answer: 

Rust-Oleum 9200 Rust-O-Thane is a satin, water based polyurethane which offers a very durable and colourfast finish on coated floors, walls and primed metal. It is available in RAL and BS colours so you should be able to find a colour to compliment your existing finishes.

questions Wayne on 2021-05-02 11:31:38
Question: 

Hi, Im about to paint the interior side of a composite front door which is currently brown, which product(s) would you recommend I use for a durable finish?

Answer: 

We would recommend Zinsser Allcoat Exterior Satin Water Based be used on a composite door. The surface would need to be clean, dry and lightly abraded prior to application.

questions A on 2021-04-30 14:56:15
Question: 

I notice a lot of reviews say they use exterior paint inside their home. Is the exterior paint stronger? What are the benefits of interior paint vs exterior when painting internal walls or trim? Thank you

Answer: 

Not all products suitable for external use would be recommended for use internally, it would depend on the individual product and the application.

questions A on 2021-04-30 14:54:01
Question: 

Zinsser AllCoat Interior (Solvent-Based) It says this product will cover nicotine stain. Can this be a good alternative to using the cover stain? I am thinking it may save time using another paint as coat I can do multiple coats with same paint

Answer: 

Yes that is correct, it will cover nicotine stains without the need of a separate primer.

questions Question on 2021-04-22 21:29:20
Question: 

Planning to paint a room that has mild nicotine discolouration.. want to paint white matt. Would you recommend the zinesser allcoat interior or the perma white interior? Will these block stains?

Answer: 

Assuming the walls or timber are clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the Technical Data sheet we can recommend priming first with Zinsser Cover Stain followed by two coats of Zinsser Perma-White Interior.

This can be mixed in many RAL and BS colours in a matt or satin finish.

questions Nick on 2021-04-04 16:45:31
Question: 

Could I use this to water-seal some cut edges of MDF and MFC without causing swelling?

Answer: 

Thank you for the enquiry, we have contacted you directly for more infomration.

questions Carol Kelly on 2021-03-03 23:15:49
Question: 

Hi, could you please tell me if this paint would this be suitable to use on kitchen wall tiles, including area around cooker? Many thanks

Answer: 

Assuming the substrate is clean, dry, sound, prepared as detailed in the Techncial Data Sheet and a test for compatiblilty and adhesion is donr prior to full application this could be applied to tiles.

But this product is not designed to be heated or come in direct contact with flames so may not be suitable if close to the heat source.

questions Chris on 2021-03-03 10:44:13
Question: 

I am repainting some Edwardian Steel Frame windows. I have stripped back to base metal. I will be secondary glazing them once painted, but they will no doubt get some condensation. I would like a high quality, durable satin finish. Can you tell me what the best Primer, Undercoat, Topcoat would be? Thanks, Chris.

Answer: 

Assuming the steel window frames are clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the Technical Data sheet we can recommend Rust-Oleum 3369/3380 CombiPrimer Anti-Corrosion followed by 2 coats of Rust-Oleum Combicolor Original.

This is available in many RAL and BS colours in a satin or gloss finish.

This would be suitable for application to metal subject to condensation.

questions J W on 2021-02-25 00:54:36
Question: 

Hi there, I am looking at doing a paint makeover on my gloss bathroom vanity unit. Please could you recommend a paint that is suitable and that is steam and water stain free. Many thanks J.Wilson

Answer: 

Assuming the cabinet is not exposed to direct water contact, it is clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the Technical Data sheet we can recommend Bulls Eye 1-2-3 followed by Zinsser Perma-White Interior.

This is available in many RAL and BS colours in a satin or matt finish.

questions Debbie on 2019-03-28 07:31:52
Question: 

I am after the best primer for mdf interior walls for my summer house, not a water based product as this isn’t good for MDF, would the Zinsser All coat primer (oil based) or the Zinsser BIN (shellac based) primer be best? Before using any topcoat paint. Thank you

Answer: 

Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 is a good primer for MDF, it does raise the fibres slightly but it will seal the MDF very well. A light rub down with fine sandpaper will remove the raised fibres. Zinsser B-I-N can also be used, this doesn’t raise the fibres but may need more coats to completely seal the MDF.

questions Pav on 2018-09-22 13:38:06
Question: 

Is this suitable to use on white pvc windowsill and the sides of white casing. I got double glazed windows put in but the pvc is still old. If not what do you recommend to restore the pvc to get them to be white again. Many thanks

Answer: 

Zinsser AllCoat Exterior Satin (Water Based) or Zinsser AllCoat Exterior Gloss (Water Based) would be the better option for both interior and exterior uPVC. Interior uPVC surfaces will need to be lightly abraded first then wiped down to remove dust and surface contamination before applying 2 coats AllCoat Exterior Satin or Gloss. Exterior surfaces which have been weathered can be washed down using warm water and dilute detergent followed by rinsing off with clean water and then 2 coats AllCoat Exterior Satin or Gloss.

questions Denise on 2018-02-02 20:33:02
Question: 

Can I use this paint 2 paint my kitchen units

Answer: 

For kitchen units we would normally recommend Zinsser B-I-N followed by Zinsser Perma-White Interior.

questions Tim Nolan-Dacre on 2017-02-02 11:53:16
Question: is this product suitable to be used on OSB?
Answer: 

Yes, but for exterior projects we would recommend Zinsser AllCoat Exterior Satin (Solvent Based).

questions Bob Davies on 2016-11-30 11:56:54
Question: What is the drying time and is it a brushable product. What thinners should be used to clean brushes.
Answer: 

Application Data:
Brush, roller or pad: natural bristle or lambskin
Airless Spray: .017” tip @ 2200-2800 psi, minimum pump size: ¾ G.P.N

Dry Times (24°C):
To touch: 1 hr
To recoat: 2hrs
Stain sealing: 2hrs
Full scrape cure: 7 days

Cleanup:
Clean up spills and drips immediately with White Spirit. Rinse application tools in White Spirit immediately after use. Follow manufacturer’s instructions to clean spray equipment.

  

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