Paint - Exterior Paint (All Seasons)
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All Seasons exterior paint is a smooth, even, opaque, low sheen finish which has enhanced resistance to ultra violet light and which will resist the effects of weather change. It is a durable, water based, 100% acrylic finish suitable for a wide range of exterior building materials. High quality grade raw materials have been used in its formulating to provide outstanding performance.
Provides a total latex system, offering excellent resistance to blistering on new construction
Screens out harmful ultra violet rays
Excellent adhesion even over chalky surfaces
Easy to apply
Type: 100% Acrylic
Flash Point: Non Flammable
Gloss Level: Approximately 20% measured at 600
Solvent Resistance: Moderate when fully cured
Alcohol Resistance: Good when fully cured
Volume Solids: Approximately 35%
Thinning: Up to 15% with water if required
Drying Times: Touch dry - 30 minutes; Recoat - After 2 hours
Temperature Range: 100 - 350
Coverage: One litre will normally cover 5-6 square meters per litre depending upon surface condition
Colors: Refer to the appropriate WARATAH color card. Colors customer requires are also available
Package: 20L / Drum
Storage: 18 months in cool and dry place
Ensure surface is clean and free from dust, dirt and grease. All loose, peeling and flaking material must be removed with a scraper. Sand the surface smooth and remove all dust. Sand enamel painted surfaces until all gloss is removed. Fill holes and cracks with a suitable filler and sand lightly to an even finish.
Previously Painted Surfaces: Prepare surface as detailed above. Glossy surfaces should be sanded prior to painting.
Paper-faced Plasterboard: No sealer required. Absorbent plaster joints should have a preliminary coat of Waratah All Seasons before coating the entire surface.
Plaster Glass, Fibrous Plaster and Set Hard Plaster: Apply one coat of Waratah Waraprime primer.
Unpainted Brick, Cement Render, Stone, Fibre Cement: Ensure that new cement or concrete work is fully cured before applying Waratah All seasons. Alternatively, one coat of Waratah Waraprime undercoat may be supplied.
Stir thoroughly with a broad flat stirrer using a circular lifting action. Apply two coats of All Seasons by brush roller and spray. Lightly sand between coats. Do not apply at temperatures above 350. And below 100. All Seasons is not recommended for use where contact is made with moving parts (ie window or door jambs) as sticking may occur in hot weather. For best tannin stain prevention on tannin rich timber, allow first coat to dry overnight before applying the second coat. Clean equipment with water immediately after use.