Why Kilz3 Premium primer still tacky after over a week of drying?
I lightly sanded wood kitchen cabinets, then wipe them down with mineral spirits, and then a damp rag and let them dry. We sprayed two light coats of kilz3 premium primer on them with a sprayer (diluted primer with half cup water to 1 gallon primer) and let them dry in the house average temp of 68°. We waited an hour between coats. They still feel tacky and when sanding, it creates little balls that do wipe off and surface is smooth. Can we paint 2 coats of white paint now? Looking at either Pittsburgh Fast Dry Paint or Benjamin Moore Advance. Any suggestions? Thank you!