PAF Exterior Paint
                                  
Description: 
PAF Exterior Paint is an acrylic-based re-color solution designed to change the color of existing finished exterior surfaces. PAF Exterior paint is available in standard Western Blended Products (WBP) Classic Color Collection colors as well as custom colors. 

Packaging: 
PAF Exterior paint is packaged in 5 Gal (19 L) pails.

Benefits and Use: 
PAF Exterior Paint is a resistant color coat finish used to protect and decorate existing stucco, masonry, primed metals and acrylic finishes. PAF Exterior paint is manufactured with ingredients that prevent and resist mold growth. PAF Exterior paint is available in standard and custom colors

Coverage: 
PAF Exterior Paint will vary in coverage due to different substrates and existing textures, as well as environmental conditions and application technique. Coverage of PAF Exterior Paint will range from 350 to 900 sq.ft. per 5 Gal pail. 

Preparation: 
PAF Exterior paint must be applied over dry, clean surfaces that are free of dust, debris, efflorescence, and other factors that could damage the coating application. Previously finished surfaces must be dry for at least 24 hours prior to application. PAF Primer is recommended prior application of PAF Exterior Paint to ensure color uniformity. All metal surfaces must be primed with a corrosion resistant primer. Concrete surfaces must be cured for a minimum of 28 days prior to application of PAF Exterior Paint. Curing compounds or agents present on concrete surfaces the must be washed using muriatic acid and flushed to remove residuals.  Always apply a test patch over existing surfaces to ensure bond strength prior to application of PAF Exterior Paint.
Mixing: Stir or gently mix PAF Exterior Paint to a smooth consistency prior to application.  Avoid introducing air into the coating when mixing.

Application:  
PAF Exterior Paint may be applied by Roller, Brush or Spray applications. . Two coats of PAF Exterior Paint are required for roller applications, maintaining roller cover fully loaded during the application and in a continuous coat. Cut in around openings as the roller application proceeds, not prior to it. 

Curing: 
PAF Exterior Paint drying is upon environment conditions. Under average conditions (70°F) PAF Exterior Paint  will dry to the touch in 30 min. Allow PAF Exterior Paint to dry for 24 hours.  Lower temperature conditions require PAF Exterior Paint to be covered or protected for longer periods.
Limitations: Surface temperatures shall not be below 50°F (10°C). Environment temperature must be between 50°F (10°C) and 90°F (32°C) for PAF Exterior Paint applications.
 
Storage: 
PAF Exterior Paint should be stored in sealed containers avoiding sunlight and in temperatures above 40°F (4°C).

Technical Testing Data:
Upon request.

Warranty: 
Manufacturers or Western Blended Products (WBP) warrants its products to be of merchantable quality and suitable for the general purpose for which they were intended, when applied in accordance with WBP instructions.  Manufacturers of WBP do not warrant its products to be suitable for any purpose or use other than for which they were intended.  Liability under this warranty is limited to supplying new material without charge, or at manufacturers of WBP option, to a refund of the purchase price.  In the event of a claim under this warranty, written notice must be given to the originating plant of the WBP goods at the address shown hereon.  This limited warranty is issued and accepted in lieu of all other expressed warranties, and expressly excludes liability for consequential damages.  Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.  This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state. 


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