Prestige Paints

Prestige, Blues and Purples 7 of 8, Interior Paint and Primer In One, 1-Gallon, Flat, Lilac Bliss

Prestige Paints Ultra Premium Acrylic Latex Interior Paint self-primes over properly prepared uncoated drywall, stucco, plaster or previously painted interior surfaces. Ideal for living rooms, family rooms, media rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, and hallways. On stained or glossy surfaces use a stain blocking primer sealer. Certain colors may require more than one coat for complete hide. Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representation. Surface P one coat for complete hide. Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representation. Surface Preparation: All loose paint should be removed. The surface needs to be cleaned with detergent to remove dirt and grease and other contaminants. Rinse well to remove all soap residue and let dry. Scuff sand glossy surfaces and repair all imperfections. Remove dust with a damp cloth and allow to dry. New plaster must be properly cured. Patch cracks and holes, sand smooth when dry, then prime with this product. New woods may require and oil base primer/sealer. On metal use proper Rust Primer. Application: Stir or mix paint before using and intermix all containers for color uniformity. Apply this product as is with a high quality applicator such as a 3/8 inches nap roller cover, brush or pad painter. Thin sparingly with water if necessary for spraying. Dry Time: Dries in one hour. Recoat, if necessary, after four hours. Can clean gently with non-abrasive cleaner after 14 days. Cleanup: Use warm water and soap. A Flat finish provides a smooth, uniform look. An ideal choice for formal rooms in your house, such as living rooms and dining rooms. Flat or "matte" finishes get their name from the lack of reflection from the painted surface. This is one of the benefits because it helps hide surface imperfections, such as dents, nail holes, or patches. It is also a good choice for ceiling painting. Flat finishes often require fewer coats than semi-gloss and gloss paints and are easier to touch up because there is less contrast between the touch-up paint and the rest of the painted surface. read more