SW 6106 Kilim Beige
Interior / Exterior
CHARACTERISTICS SuperPaint Interior Latex Satin is for use on previously painted, bare or primed wallboard and wood, and primed plaster, masonry and metal. SuperPaint paint and primer in one provides fast & easy application, while offering excellent hide and durability. Color: Most colors To optimize hide and color development, always use the recommended P-Shade primer Coverage: 350 – 400 sq ft/gal @ 4 mils wet; 1.5 mils dry Drying Time, @ 77°F, 50% RH: Touch: 1 hour Recoat: 4 hours Drying and recoat times are temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent Flash Point: N/A Finish: 10 units @ 60° Tinting with CCE: Base oz/gal Strength Hi Refl White 0-5 Sher-Color Extra White 0-6 Sher-Color Deep Base 4-12 Sher-Color Ultradeep Base 4-12 Sher-Color Vehicle Type: Vinyl Acrylic Extra White A87W01151 VOC (less exempt solvents): <50 g/L; 0.42 lb/gal
As per 40 CFR 59.406 and SOR/2009-264, s.12
Volume Solids: 38 ± 2%
Weight Solids: 53 ± 2%
Weight per Gallon: 10.86 lb
SPECIFICATIONS SuperPaint Interior Latex can be used directly over existing coatings, or bare drywall, plaster (cured with a pH of less than 9), masonry (cured with a pH of less than 9) and non-bleeding wood. Drywall Self-prime using 2 cts. of SuperPaint Interior Latex or 1 ct. Premium Wall & Wood Primer 2 cts. SuperPaint Interior Latex Masonry / Block (can be filled to provide a smooth surface or primed if it is a high pH substrate) 1 ct. Loxon Block Surfacer or 1 ct. Loxon Concrete & Masonry Primer 2 cts. SuperPaint Interior Latex Plaster Self-prime using 2 cts. of SuperPaint Interior Latex or 1 ct. Premium Wall & Wood Primer 2 cts. SuperPaint Interior Latex Wood Self-prime using 2 cts. of SuperPaint Interior Latex or 1 ct. Premium Wall & Wood Primer 2 cts. SuperPaint Interior Latex If the wood has bleeding (such as tannin or knot-holes), prime with Multi-Surface Primer. Other primers may be appropriate. When repainting involves a drastic color change, a coat of primer will improve the hiding performance of the topcoat color. SURFACE PREPARATION WARNING! Removal of old paint by sanding, scraping or other means may generate dust or fumes that contain lead. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children or pregnant women. Controlling exposure to lead or other hazardous substances requires the use of proper protective equipment, such as a properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) and proper containment and cleanup. For more information, call the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD (in US) or contact your local health authority. Remove all surface contamination by washing with an appropriate cleaner, rinse thoroughly and allow to dry. Existing peeled or checked paint should be scraped and sanded to a sound surface. Glossy surfaces should be sanded dull. Stains from water, smoke, ink, pencil, grease, etc. should be sealed with the appropriate primer/sealer. Recognize that any surface preparation short of total removal of the old coating may compromise the service length of the system. Drywall Fill cracks and holes with patching paste/ spackle and sand smooth. Joint compounds must be cured and sanded smooth. Remove all sanding dust. Masonry, Concrete, Cement, Block All new surfaces must be cured according to the supplier’s recommendations— usually about 30 days. Remove all form release and curing agents. Rough surfaces can be filled to provide a smooth surface. If painting cannot wait 30 days, allow the surface to cure 7 days and prime the surface with Loxon Concrete & Masonry Primer.