Weather resistant, 100-percent acrylic latex. Cleans up easily with soap and water. May be used on wood, siding, trim, hardboard siding, primed metal, shakes, shingles, brick, cement, cinder, block, stucco, concrete, stone, asbestos, galvanized steel, aluminum and vinyl siding. DO NOT USE on glazed aluminum, glazed masonry, floors or steps. Lifetime warranty.
- Size: 5 Gallon
- Color: White
- Finest Quality.
- Smooth Finish.
- 100% Acrylic Latex.
- One Coat Coverage.
- Ultimate Durability.
- Ideal for aluminum siding.
- Mildew and fade resistant.
- Gives Mildew Resistant Coating.
- 100% acrylic exterior satin latex house & trim paint.
- Dries quickly and cleans up easily with soap and water.
- Rich satin sheen provides a smooth finish to hide surface imperfections.
Recommended Uses: Wood siding and trim, Hardboard siding, Primed metal, Shakes & shingles, Brick, cement, cinder block, stone & concrete,Stucco, Asbestos, Galvanized steel, aluminum & vinyl siding.
Storage and Disposal:
- Do not freeze.
- Keep container closed when not in use.
- Do not transfer contents to other containers for storage or disposal.
- In case of spillage, absorb with inert material such as sand or kitty litter.
- Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and/or unused contents in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.
Clean and dry the surface thoroughly, removing all dirt, dust, rust and grease. On bare wood, coat knots and sappy areas with satin block primer/sealer. Then prime entire surface with exterior oil or latex primer. On previously painted surfaces, scrape, sand, then prime. Wire brush badly chalking areas. Dull glossy surfaces with gloss remover or sandpaper. Countersink nails and fill with putty. Caulk all cracks and joints. On unprimed, preprimed or previously painted hardboard siding, primer with an exterior oil primer. On masonry, wire brush loose materials from chalky areas. On metal, remove rust on galvanized gutters and prime with a rust inhibitive primer. On new galvanized surfaces, remove rust, clean with mineral spirits and prime with a rust inhibitive primer. On vinyl siding, wash weathered vinyl siding thoroughly and allow to dry. Then paint with a color lighter than the original siding color. WARNING! Painting vinyl siding with darker colors will cause warping or deformation from heat absorption. CLEAN MILDEW FROM THE SURFACE! Mildew is a fungus that looks like dirt, but won’t wash off. Mildew must be removed before painting or it will grow through any new coating. To remove mildew, scrub with a commercial mildew remover or a solution of 1 part liquid bleach to 3 parts water. Rinse thoroughly and allow to dry. Protect eyes and skin by wearing protective equipment, including rubber gloves and eye goggles while working with the bleach solution.
Application and Clean-up:
Paint only when surface and air temperatures are 50–90 °F (10–32 ºC). Stir paint thoroughly before and occasionally during use. Use a premium quality roller or polyester brush or airless sprayer following manufacturer’s directions. Paint the gutters, window sashes and frames first, then start at the top of the house and work from right to left using crisscross strokes. Always end up at a door, window or outer edge. Thinning/Clean Up: Thin only for spray application with up to 8 oz. water per gallon of paint. Clean up with warm water.