I have a very old duplex that is plaster on brick, with layers (4-5?) of wallpaper and many layers of paint from years of use. I would venture the oldest paper is 75 +, and there are large areas of de-lamination starting on the exterior facing walls. I am going to strip the walls down to the original plaster, clean them, patch with plaster compound and re-paint. Are there any recommended types of paint that work best on plaster, or any sealers preferred? I was thinking about trying Dry-Lok as the base sealer, but figured there are some better choices I don't know about. Any info would be appreciated, Thanks.
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