Don't Let a Ceiling Stain Rain on Your Parade
KILZ(R) Stainblocking Ceiling Paint Blocks Water Stains, Uses Color-Changing Functionality
Things are looking up for America's
homeowners. Every year, a few inches of water causes thousands of dollars
of damage to homes*, including leaving tough-to-hide stains on ceilings.
However, there's a new way to put a stop to persistently water-stained
New KILZ Stainblocking Ceiling paint is primer-based, so it can block light
to medium water stains and prevent them from bleeding through and ruining
the look of a ceiling. In addition, the new KILZ paint is the first ceiling
paint to combine a color-changing function with stainblocking power, making
it easy to see paint during application since the color changes from pink
(to ensure no area is left unpainted) to bright white.
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