How Long Does Primer Have to Dry before Painting?

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It is recommended that primer dries for 24 hours before painting over it. There is no set time for how long it will take for primer to dry but generally 8 hours or more. If the primer is made with latex it could dry in about an hour.
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1. Cut in the primer around the edges. Use a brush and go out from the edges about two inches. Work in sections where the primer will not dry out before you start to roll the wall
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The amount of drying time needed for an interior
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Checking with my paint supplier, I was told you have to wait at least 48 hours for oil base paint to dry before covering with latex. Probably, the longer the better.
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Either read the directions on the can, or call the store where you purchased the paint. If you have a very humid day, then the drying time will increase. I would say as a rule of
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