Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Asia, Indonesia, Java island
Must blocking or rewash the stain minwax first!
You are not suppose to apply the primer anymore before the minwax stain already gone. because it is not compatible and that is why it keep cracking, peeling and soak.
Whilst to do re-wash the wax using liquid solvent is an alternative, as long as you assure that the minwax stain will soluble with that. you also can use bleaching-liquid for that. consult with the store that selling this.
Clearly, you must clean out the wax& stain from the surface, either by washing, bleaching and sanding it.
After that, you may re-start it with primer application, but better to try it in a small part on it first and see the reaction, if still bleeding, you are recommended to use a such Wood Sealant (not wood filler) before apply the primer coat, let it dry after 1 - 2 day, then you can go to primer coat.
Othe r optional is This wood sealant or Gum sealant can be replace by other application, it is epoxy-resin base coat, ask it to the paint-store that you use to buy the paints. Cheers