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Stix® Waterborne Bonding Primer

Stix® Waterborne Bonding Primer

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Stix® Waterborne Bonding Primer is a premium quality, waterborne, acrylic urethane primer/sealer with unparalleled adhesion to the most challenging surfaces, including PVC, Vinyl, Most Plastics, Glass, Tile, Glazed Block, Glossy Paints, PreCoated Siding, Fiberglass, and Galvanized Metals. Stix is also ideal for use on plaster, drywall, wood, and non-ferrous metals, where a low ambient or surface temperature would present a problem for conventional primers. Offers an extremely hard film when cured. Use it on interior and exterior surfaces and topcoat with almost any type of coating including Alkyd, Acrylic Latex, Urethane, Epoxy, and Lacquer Finishes. Stix levels to a smooth surface and cleans up with soap and water.
 
Recommended For:
Interior and Exterior surfaces. Drywall, Plaster, Ceiling, Acoustical Tile, Wood Trim & Doors, Formica, Ceramic Tiles, Glossy Surfaces, PVC, Most Plastics, Masonry Walls, Wood, Trim, Shutters, Masonry, Stucco, Concrete, Cement Block, Galvanized Metal, Aluminum, etc.
 
Limitations:
Apply when air, surface and product temperature are above 1.7 °C (35 °F)
Do not apply in direct sunlight or on a hot surface. Avoid rain, moisture or high humidity for the first 24 hours of curing.
Not intended for immersion service or continuous water contact. Not for below grade applications.
Not recommended for use over polyethylene or polypropylene. Stix® must be top coated for exterior use.
Not recommended over Kynar® (and similar finishes) unless tested and approved by the buyer.
Not recommended as a whole house exterior primer over wood

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    Features

    • Bonds to hard-to-coat surfaces
    • Cures in temperatures as low as 2 °C
    • Creates an extremely hard film
    • Excellent enamel holdout
    • Can be top coated with almost any product

    More Information

    • Available Colours: White
    • Sheen (or Gloss): Primer
    • Cleanup: Soap and Water
    • Resin Type: Acrylic Urethane
    • Recommended Use: Interior, Exterior
    • MPI Rating:
    • VOC Level: 87.6

    Specifications

    Choosing an Interior Paint Sheen

    Sheen refers to paint’s shininess. When deciding on paint sheen, consider the condition of the wall and whether the area is high/low traffic. Here’s a partial list to get started:

     Flat or matte sheen provides great depth of colour and is ideal for less-than-perfect surfaces. 

     Eggshell, pearl and satin sheens are light, easy to clean, work great in high traffic areas, and reveal colour with a softly polished glow. 

    • Semi-Gloss sheens are particularly durable and are often recommended for mouldings and trim.

    Choosing an Exterior Paint Sheen

    Our super-premium products offer the same durability and washability in all sheens, so the selection of the finish is more of a personal preference. But here are a few things to remember: 

     Flat is good at hiding surface imperfections and delivers beautiful colour.

    • Satin stays cleaner and stands up to abrasion better than Flat.

     Semi-Gloss is more moisture resistant and easier to clean.

     High-Gloss allows rich, deep colour but magnifies surface imperfections.

    Choosing a Stain Finish

    Stain opacity levels range from clear to solid, with the amount of pigment in a stain determining its opacity. Translucent, Semi-Transparent, and Semi-Solid stains are designed to protect without completely obscuring the natural colour and texture of wood. As the opacity moves towards solid, less grain shows through the finish. In contrast, solid stains will completely mask the wood grain, while allowing the wood texture to show through, and the greater its protection will be over time. 

    What is VOC?

    VOC means Volatile Organic Compounds. The paint industry is filled with definitions of what “green paint” is. Other manufacturers use tints that add VOCs to their paints, but Benjamin Moore’s waterborne tinting technology ensures that our paints retain their low- or zero-VOC properties.