Available January 15, 2010
- In-House, two-coat exterior priming.
- All sides
- Smooth surface
- Cost effective
- Environmentally friendly
Upon request, we will prime exterior windows and door surfaces. Our paint-ready primer is U/L 30 minute Certified "Class A" fire retardant, applied in our facility.
Apply final paint coats onsite, for weather resistant protection.
FACTORY PRE-PRIMED INSTRUCTIONS
Paint Immediately Following Installation
- Final paint must lap onto the window glass to provide a moisture seal.
- It is extremely important that all pre-primed products be painted immediately following installation.
- Although the product comes factory pre-primed, re-priming may be needed to exterior surfaces, if the exterior has been exposed to the elements for more than fifteen (15) days.
- If you do not paint the product in the required time frame, the factory primer may need to be removed prior to re-priming.
- It is imperative to paint all six sides, including exterior and interior surfaces.
- Check factory pre-primer for missing areas on all surfaces.
- Fill all staple holes and any voids with caulking and re-prime.
- Be sure that any holes bored in doors for hardware are sealed with primer.
- If re-priming, make sure you prepare the exterior surface properly by lightly sanding all sides with 180 grit sandpaper.
- When re-priming, we only recommend a water-based, latex primer.
- Use two coats of 100% high quality acrylic latex semi-gloss exterior house paint for finish paint on exterior
- Avoid using dark colors on this product, because it can create great heat extremes, which can cause product and paint failure.
ALT- Dark colors facing the sun can absorb substantial heat, which can, in turn, can cause product or paint failure.
Failure to adhere to these normal sealing requirements will void warrantees.