Showcase® Exterior Paint & Primer with WeatherTuff Technology provides powerful protection against the elements with an advanced formula geared for extreme climates. The 100% acrylic formula with enhanced UV protection provides a thicker coating for extra protection from cracking, peeling and blistering.
Paint & Primer in One
WeatherTuff technology with 100% acrylic formula for Extra Protection from cracking, peeling and blistering
Superior coverage and durability
Enhanced UV protection
Low temperature application to 2°C
Provides mildew and algae resistant coating
Available in Flat, Eggshell, Satin and Semi-Gloss sheens
Designer-inspired colours that have exceptional colour matching from gallon to gallon, plus fade-resistant technology for a look that lasts
Provides powerful protection against the elements with an advanced formula geared for extreme climates
Extends the exterior application season — safe to apply in temperatures as low as 2° C
Quarts, Gallons, 5 Gallons
Properly prepared exterior surfaces of wood, hardboard, aluminum siding, vinyl siding, masonry, brick, stucco, cement composition panels and metal. Not for use on floors.
Covers 250-400 sq. ft. per gallon, depending on surface texture and porosity.
When air temperature is 2°C, substrates may be colder; prior to painting, check to be sure the air, surface and material temperatures are above 2°C and at least 2°C above the dew point. Avoid using if rain or snow is expected within 2-3 hours. Do not apply when air or surface temperatures may drop below 2°C within 48 hours. On large expanses of metal siding, the air, surface and material temperatures must be 10°C or higher. No reduction necessary. Apply with a nylon/polyester brush, 3/8"- 3/4" nap synthetic roller cover, or airless spray (2000 psi, .015" - .019" tip). During application at temperatures above 80°F, Showcase paint sets up quickly. Some adjustment in your painting approach may be required.
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