latex-eggshell

EGG SHELL

Interior ­ Exterior

Self­Priming Interior Eggshell Enamel is 100% acrylic, provides a mildew resistant finish and is suitable for active households. This sheen resists dirt and grime, provides ultimate durability and exceptional hide. The finish displays a soft, velvety appearance.

Available in: 1 Gl. & 5 G.

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Clean, dull and dry surface

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Stir paint thoroughly

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Start at ceiling edge

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Paint "N" pattern - fill in

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Paint trim last

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Soap and water clean up

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Where to use: Walls, cabinets, ceilings, trim and doors. Use over drywall, wood, concrete/brick, plaster and wallpaper.

How much do you need: For one coat coverage, apply at a maximum of 400 square feet per gallon. Rough or texture surfaces may require more ­ allow for 125­300 square feet per gallon. Do not thin.

What tools to use: May be applied with a quality roller, a nylon/polyester brush, or a paint pad.

How to apply: Room and surface temperature must be 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Allow at least 4 hours of drying time before recoating. Mix gallons together for color and sheen uniformity when using more than one gallon of the same product.

Care for freshly painted surfaces: Freshly painted surfaces may be washed after 30 days. Until then avoid touching, wiping, or wetting the surface. Then clean with mild, non­abrasive, non­oily cleanser and water. Do not place objects on painted surfaces until thoroughly dry. Soap and water cleanup.

How to prepare the surface
Previously Painted Surfaces: Remove loose paint, wash with a mild, non­abrasive, non­oily cleanser and water. Rinse completely, let dry. Patch holes and cracks with spackling paste and let dry. Sand patched area and wipe residue. Sand all smooth or glossy surfaces, rinse well.