Valspar® Cabinet And Furniture Oil-Enriched Enamel
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- Oil enriched enamel
- Strong/ factory-like finish
- Fade- scratch- & scuff- resistant
- No sanding or priming needed
- Soap-and-water cleanup
- Tintable to 1000+ colors
HOW TO USE
Bare wood, previously painted wood or metal in sound condition, and properly prepared laminate.
Thoroughly clean the surface and allow it to dry. Remove wallpaper and loose, peeling paint. Remove gloss from shiny surfaces. Patch cracks and spot prime prior to painting. For best results on heavily stained areas, apply one coat of an appropriate interior latex primer. Wood: Sand wood smooth and patch holes and imperfections with wood filler or putty and sand smooth. Remove all sanding dust. Prime new and bare surfaces with Valspar® Int/Ext Bonding Primer before applying the finish coat(s).Metal: Remove all oil, grease, dirt, and oxidation from the surface. All bare metal surfaces should be primed with Valspar® DTM Acrylic Primer or Valspar®Anti-Rust Primer.
Stir paint thoroughly. Intermix containers to ensure uniform color. Apply with a premium-quality roller or polyester brush. Note: Two thin coats are required. Bare wood and some deep or bright colors may require an additional coat to obtain complete hide. Surface conditions and application technique can also impact coverage. Allow drying thoroughly before recoating or use.
Dry Time @ 77 °F and 50 % Relative Humidity
To The Touch: 4 hour – 4 hour
Recoat: 8 hour - 12 hour
Clean-up & Disposal
Clean up with warm, soapy water. If the product has fully dried, you may need mineral spirits.
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