Originally Posted by Bugeater
Not really, I've had plenty of success with Kilz2 in this sort of application. Once in a while I'll have to go back over some areas a few times, and once in a very great while it simply won't work and I have to break out the Original Kilz.
There's the rub. Lots of different techniques for various problems. Sometimes your tried and true works and sometimes it doesn't. Then you dig deeper into the bag of tricks. I the people who work with me a roadmap and point to the destination for our projects. If they are more efficient utilizing a different technique than I would use myself, that's fine with me. More than 9 ways to skin a cat... errr, I love mixing metaphors.