• Excellent adhesion
• Water based, easy clean up
• Excellent tannin suppression - holds back tannin bleed
• Sound base coat for top coating
• May be applied under oil and water based topcoats
• Interior and exterior use
Where To Use
White Knight® Prep Rite Acrylic Primer Undercoat can be used on all timbers including pine, cedar, rough sawn, masonite, chipboards, plywood and weatherboards.
How To Apply
How to apply:
- Ensure the surface is clean, dry and free from grease, oil, dirt, rust scale, wax, mildew and other contaminants.
- Remove all loose and flaking paint.
- Thoroughly sand glossy and enamel surfaces.
- Fill nail holes and cracks with appropriate filler and sand smooth.
- Treat any mould with suitable anti mould solution.
- Stir thoroughly with a broad flat stirrer in a circular lifting motion for at least 5 minutes before use and continue to stir at regular intervals during application.
- Apply 1 coat by brush or roller. Work well into cracks and crevices.
- A second coat may be required on very porous and tannin satin rich timber.
Do not use when air or surface temperature is below 10°C or above 30°C or in excessive humidity.
- Approximately 14m² per litre, depending on the nature of the surface.
- Touch dry in 30 minutes. Re-coat after 2 hours. Drying will be slower in cold or humid conditions, in the absence of ventilation or where heavy film builds are applied.
- Clean brushes with water immediately after use.
Safety & First aid
- KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
- This product is highly flammable. Store and use away from heat and eliminate any source of ignition.
- If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show the container or label. Do not induce vomiting.
- If in eyes, immediately flush with running water for at least 15 minutes. Seek immediate medical attention.
- Avoid breathing vapour or mist.
- Use only with adequate ventilation.
- If on skin, remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water.
For 24 hour medical emergency response in Australia call 1800 807 001 and in New Zealand call 0800 154 666
- Do not pour unwanted paint down the drain.
- Keep unwanted paint in sealed containers for disposal via special chemical waste collections.
- Empty paint containers should be left open in a well ventilated area to dry out. When dry, recycle steel containers via can recycling programs.
- Disposal of empty paint containers via domestic recycling programs may differ between local authorities. Check with your local council first.
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