Second undercoat for previously stained door?

I have sanded down and applied 1 coat of undercoat paint, should I apply a second?

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I always apply two coats of undercoat and then two coats top coat. Stoneman external painting
23rd Apr 2020
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Beenrecommended
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i would do 2 coats
21st Apr 2020
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Matt Quesne
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Probably yes. You should make sure that the previous finish is completely covered by the undercoat before you apply the top coat.
21st Apr 2020
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Mcgregor decor
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Yes second coat would be best but sand lightly before applying undercoat
21st Apr 2020
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Lucian
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If first coat is not covered properly u can do second coat and then gloss
29th Apr 2020
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A & E Buildings
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Hi, if you already sanded and aplied 1 coat of undercoat paint should be fine , but for best result is better to aply another one before the paint.
4th May 2020
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R&e decorators
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Me personally I would it wouldn't hurt
5th May 2020
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Philip davies
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Yes to create good adhesion
20th May 2020
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