Prestige Paints

Prestige, Blues and Purples 6 of 8, Exterior Paint and Primer In One, 1-Gallon, Flat, Clear Skies

Prestige Paints 100% acrylic exterior latex paint and primer in one is a high end paint that is intended to be used on exterior surfaces including properly prepared wood, masonry surfaces, cement board siding, vinyl*, aluminum, and factory primed siding. (Note: *When painting vinyl siding do not paint with any color darker than the original siding. Painting with darker colors may cause the siding to warp.) Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer reprwith darker colors may cause the siding to warp.) Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representation. Surface Preparation: Remove dirt, mildew, grease, wax and soap residue, loose and peeling paint. Glossy areas must be dulled by sanding. Prime all bare, new wood and factory primed wood with an oil base primer. Prime masonry surfaces including cementious siding with a latex primer. Application: Stir or mix paint before using and intermix all containers for color uniformity. Apply as is with a high quality brush, roller or pad painter. Thin sparingly with water if necessary for spraying. Do not overspread. Temperature must be above 50 F (10 C). Average coverage 400 sq. ft. (37 square meters) per gallon (3.78 L). For best performance, apply two coats of paint on new surfaces after priming. Do not use indoors. Dry Time: Dries in 1 to 2 hours. Allow to dry overnight before recoating. Low temperature or high humidity may increase dry time. Cleanup: Use warm water and soap. A Flat finish provides a smooth, uniform look. Flat or "matte" finishes get their name from the lack of reflection from the painted surface. This is one of the benefits of a matte finish, because it helps hide surface imperfections, such as dents, nail holes, or patches. Flat finishes often require fewer coats than semi-gloss and gloss paints and also are easier to touch up because there is less contrast between the touch-up paint and the rest of the painted surface. read more