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Deep, warm gray
Deep, warm gray. A never-fail neutral.
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Our premium exterior water-based paint in Standard Finish is a durable semi-matte perfect for most exterior body surfaces. Standard Finish is made with an acrylic resin for maximum durability and optimized for self-priming, easy application, ultra-low odor, high pigmentation, quick drying times, and superior coverage. Our exterior formulation is built to withstand the harshest outside conditions including weather and humidity, as well as direct sunshine. More Details
Exterior Standard Finish - Safety & Detail
Always carefully read the instructions contained on the product labels before using any of our products. OSHA requires that chemical product manufacturers provide safety data sheets (SDS) which detail a product’s physical and chemical characteristics, potential hazards, precautions for safe handling and use, first-aid, accidental spill measures and regulatory information. Download our SDS below. Technical data sheets (TDS) summarize product specifications, properties and other technical characteristics of our paint along with other important product information. Download our TDS below. WARNING Cancer and / or reproductive harm – www.P65warnings.ca.gov LEAD & ASBESTOS Our paint does not contain lead. Lead-based paints were banned by the Federal government from consumer use in 1978. If you live in a pre-1978 home, there is a possibility your home could contain lead-based paint or asbestos. Exposure to lead or asbestos can be very hazardous to your health. Scraping or sanding surfaces of older buildings (especially pre-1978) may release dust containing lead or asbestos. Always wear personal protective equipment while sanding and washing these surfaces. For more information, call EPA’s National Lead Information Hotline at 1-800-424-LEAD, contact your state or local Health Department.Download Safety Sheet PDF