Latex vs Oil based primer
(Cincinnati, Oh USA)
Removing wallpaper and glue.... Now putting primer (Kills Premium - Latex) on the wall - BUT I've been told (by non-expert) that I need to use Oil based primer to hide any glue residue I might have missed.
What's the truth.
By using an oil (or solvent) based primer over a surface that has been wallpapered you will insure that the water-based glue doesn't bleed through your paint.
With that said, a latex primer like Kilz Premium is formulated to hide most (but not all) water based stains. Of course the only way to find out is to try the Kilz primer on at least one wall.
Once the wall is primed and dry check it for bleed through. If you do see stains coming through the primer you will need to re-prime the surface with an oil based primer instead of the latex.
Also, be sure to feel any bleed through that you see. If there is roughness then you will need to mud (then sand and re-prime) the areas prior to painting.