Stir thoroughly before using and occasionally when in use. When
using more than one can of the same color, intermix to ensure
Application Equipment: Apply with a high quality brush, roller,
paint pad, or by spray equipment.
Airless Spray: Pressure 2000 psi, tip 0.015” - 0.021”
Spray equipment must be handled with due care and in
accordance with manufacturer’s recommendation. High-pressure
injection of coatings into the skin by airless equipment may cause
Brush: Polyester/Nylon Brush
Roller: 3/16” - 3/8” nap roller cover.
Thinning: Thinning is not usually required. If necessary, add no
more than 1/4 pint (118 mL) of water per gallon (3.78L) of paint.
Permissible temperatures during application:
Material: 50 to 90ºF 10 to 32ºC
Ambient: 50 to 100ºF 10 to 38ºC
Substrate: 50 to 100ºF 10 to 38ºC
USE WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Surfaces to be coated must be dry, clean, sound, and free from all contamination including loose and peeling paint, dirt, grease, oil, wax,
concrete curing agents and bond breakers, chalk, efflorescence, mildew, rust, product fines, and dust. Remove loose paint, chalk, and
efflorescence by wire brushing, scraping, sanding, and/or pressure washing. Putty all nail holes and caulk all cracks and open seams.
Sand all glossy, rough, and patched surfaces. Feather back all rough edges to sound surface by sanding. Prime all bare and porous
substrates with an appropriate primer
CONCRETE: New concrete should cure for at least 30 days and preferably 90 days prior to priming and painting. The pH of the substrate
must be less than 10 before priming with an alkali resistant primer.
CONCRETE/MASONRY BLOCK: Mortar should cure for at least 30 days and preferably 90 days prior to priming. Fill block with an
appropriate block filler. Surfaces previously coated with water thinned cement-based paint must be prepared with extra care. If the material appears to be adhering tightly, a masonry sealer may be applied to seal the surface. Check adhesion by applying a piece of masking
tape. If the sealer peels off and has loose particles, remove all chalking or crumbling material, re-seal and re-check adhesion.
FERROUS METAL: The surface must be cleaned thoroughly to remove any dust, rust, and surface contaminants, and then primed.
GYPSUM WALLBOARD-DRYWALL: Nails or screws should be countersunk, and they along with any indentations should be mudded
flush with the surface, sanded smooth and cleaned to remove any dust, then prime prior to painting the substrate.
PLASTER: Plaster, hardcoat, skim coat, or other alkaline surfaces should be allowed to cure for at least 30 days prior to priming with an
alkali resistant primer.
WOOD: Unpainted wood or wood in poor condition should be sanded smooth, wiped clean, then primed. Any knots or resinous areas must
be primed before painting. Countersink all nails, putty flush with surface, then prime.