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Interior/Exterior Latex Primer
As of 02/15/2017, Complies with:
OTC Yes LEED® 09 NC CI Yes A41W01210
OTC Phase II Yes LEED® 09 CS Yes
SCAQMD Yes LEED® 09 H & S Yes
CARB Yes LEED® v4 Emissions No
CARB SCM 2007 Yes LEED® v4 VOC Yes
Canada Yes MPI


All Surface Enamel Primer is designed Aluminum WARNING! Removal of old paint by
for use on interior and exterior, Iron & 1 cts. All Surface Enamel Latex Primer sanding, scraping or other means may
Steel, Aluminum, Galvanizing. This high 2 cts. All Surface Latex Enamel generate dust or fumes that contain lead.
quality primer provides corrosion Exposure to lead dust or fumes may
resistant, flash rust resistance and is fast Galvanized Steel cause brain damage or other adverse
drying. 1 cts. All Surface Enamel Latex Primer health effects, especially in children or
2 cts. All Surface Latex Enamel pregnant women. Controlling exposure to
lead or other hazardous substances
Interior & Exterior for use on these Iron requires the use of proper protective
surfaces: equipment, such as a properly fitted
1 ct. All Surface Enamel Latex Primer
• Aluminum respirator (NIOSH approved) and proper
2 cts. All Surface Latex Enamel
• Iron containment and cleanup. For more
• Galvanized information, call the National Lead
• Steel Steel Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD
1 ct. All Surface Enamel Latex Primer (in US) or contact your local health
2 cts. All Surface Latex Enamel authority.

Primer Other acceptable topcoats include Remove all surface contamination by

Color: White architectural water based acrylic coatings washing with an appropriate cleaner,
Coverage: 350 - 400 sq ft/gal rinse thoroughly and allow to dry. Existing
@ 4.0 mils wet; 1.5 mils dry peeled or checked paint should be
Drying Time, @ 77°F, 50% RH: scraped and sanded to a sound surface.
temperature and humidity dependent Glossy surfaces should be sanded dull.
Touch: 1 hour Stains from water, smoke, ink, pencil,
Recoat: 4 hours grease, etc. should be sealed with an
Flash Point: N/A appropriate primer/sealer. Recognize that
Finish: Flat any surface preparation short of total
removal of the old coating may
Tinting with CCE: compromise the service length of the
Base oz/gal Strength system.
White 0-2 Sher-Color

VOC (less exempt solvents):
<50 g/L; .42 lb/gal
As per 40 CFR 59.406 and SOR/2009-264, s.12

Volume Solids: 38 ± 2%
Weight Solids: 50 ± 2%
Weight per Gallon: 10.35 lb

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Interior/Exterior Latex Primer


Aluminum & Galvanizing Caulking Protect from freezing.
Wash to remove any oil, grease, or other Exterior gaps between windows, doors, trim, Not for use on roofs, floors, or decks.
surface contamination using a water based and other through-wall openings; and Do not use colorants formulated for
cleaner-degreaser. Remove all corrosion interior gaps between walls, ceilings, crown interior use only on exterior surfaces.
with sandpaper, wire brush or other moldings, and other trim can be filled with
abrading method. Prime the area the same the appropriate caulk after priming the Before using, carefully read CAUTIONS
day as cleaned. Self priming. surface. on label.
Iron, Steel HOTW 02/15/2017 A41W01210 02 38
Rust and mill scale must be removed using APPLICATION
sandpaper, wire brush or other abrading
method. Bare steel must be primed the Apply at temperatures above 50°F.
same day as cleaned. No reduction necessary.
Previously Painted Surfaces Use a nylon/polyester brush
If in sound condition, clean the surface of all Roller
foreign material. Smooth, hard or glossy Use a 3/8 " nap woven cover
coatings and surfaces should be dulled by Spray—Airless
abrading the surface. Apply a test area, Pressure .................................... 2000 psi
allowing paint to dry one week before Tip ....................................... .015" - .019"
testing adhesion. If adhesion is poor,
additional abrasion of the surface and/or
removal of the previous coating may be
necessary. Retest surface for adhesion. If
paint is peeling or badly weathered, clean
surface to sound substrate and treat as a
new surface as above.

Prior to attempting to remove mildew, it is
always recommended to test any cleaner on
a small, inconspicuous area prior to use.
Bleach and bleaching type cleaners may
damage or discolor existing paint films.
Bleach alternative cleaning solutions may
be advised.
Mildew may be removed before painting by
washing with a solution of 1 part liquid
bleach and 3 parts water. Apply the solution CLEANUP INFORMATION
and scrub the mildewed area. Allow the
solution to remain on the surface for 10 Clean spills and spatters immediately with
minutes. Rinse thoroughly with water and soap and warm water. Clean hands and
allow the surface to dry before painting. tools immediately after use with soap and
Wear protective eyewear, waterproof warm water. Flush spray equipment after
gloves, and protective clothing. Quickly cleaning with compliant cleanup solvent to The information and recommendations set forth in
wash off any of the mixture that comes in prevent rusting of the equipment. Follow this Product Data Sheet are based upon tests
contact with your skin. Do not add manufacturer's safety recommendations conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin-Williams
detergents or ammonia to the bleach/water when using solvents. Company. Such information and recommendations
set forth herein are subject to change and pertain to
solution. the product offered at the time of publication. Consult
your Sherwin-Williams representative or visit
www.paintdocs.com to obtain the most current
version of the PDS and/or an SDS.