CabotSolid Color Acrylic Siding Exterior Stain

An advanced-technology 100% acrylic solid color stain formulated to have superior performance properties for the professional user. It is a heavily ... View Full Description

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Item #: 770289 Model #: 140.0000880.007

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Specifications

Country of Origin Code US
Color New Cedar, Cordovan Brown, Driftwood Gray, Redwood, White Base, Neutral Base, Deep Base, Medium Base, Ultra White
Transparency Solid
Container Size Gallon, 5 gal
VOC Compliancy No
Formulation 100% Acrylic
Type Exterior Wood, Siding,Shakes,Log Homes

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Description

An advanced-technology 100% acrylic solid color stain formulated to have superior performance properties for the professional user. It is a heavily pigmented and exceptionally thick stain - delivering greater opacity than conventional solid color stains. Can be applied by either brush or sprayer. This product has been developed and tested for use in colder temperatures. Covers previously painted or stained surfaces in just 1 coat. It is so advanced it does not require the use of a primer coat on nonextractive-prone wood species such as pine, white cedar, or cypress. This versatile, fade-resistant and water-repellent stain provides superior results when applied on new or reconditioned wood siding and shingles, cement siding, manufactured hardboards, previously painted surfaces, aluminum and pre-primed ferrous metal, masonry, stucco and exterior plywood panel siding. Dries to a natural, flat finish. Covers approximately 300 to 400 sq. ft. per gallon on smooth surfaces or 200 to 300 sq. ft. per gallon on rough surfaces. Do not use PRO.V.T. neutral, deep and medium bases without the addition of compatible universal colorants. Do not use on decks and horizontal surfaces such as roofs. Knots on wood surfaces should be sealed with a high-quality knot sealer. Do not thin these products. For exterior use only. Easy warm water and soap clean up. Dries in approximately 1 hour, recoat after 4 hours in good climate conditions.

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