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- ItemInterior/Exterior Paint
- Base TypeSolvent
- Resin TypeAlkyd Enamel
- Color FamilyWhites
- ColorBright White
- Size1 gal.
- VOC ContentLess Than400g/L
- Coverage75 to 100 sq. ft./gal.
- Exposure ConditionsInterior/Exterior
- Dry Time1 to 2 hr.
- Dry Time Recoat4 to 6 hr.
- Application Temperature50 to 100 Degrees F
- Application MethodBrush, Roll
- SurfaceConcrete, Brick, Stucco, Cinder Block, Masonry
- FeaturesMold and Mildew Proof
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Hazardous material - Combustible Liquids
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