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White Oil Paint on Cupboards Turned Pink When Dry

I have fisherman's white oil paint on my cupboards. I repainted months later with matchless white oil paint, when it dried it turned a mild pink color. What is the problem?

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By carterlap from Carenville, Newfoundland, Canada

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February 17, 20110 found this helpful

You are supposed to use matchless primer before applying matchless paint. If you skipped the primer, that is probably why it turned pink.

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