Benjamin Moore® Waterborne® Ceiling Paint
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Benjamin Moore® Waterborne® Ceiling Paint is a premium quality, acrylic coating especially formulated for ceilings. This ceiling paint has special formulation for less spatter, and conceals small ceiling imperfections. Waterborne® Ceiling Paint is also offered in a 1x tint base for light color matches.
Features Of: Benjamin Moore® Waterborne® Ceiling Paint
- Superior hide for a flawless finish
- Flattest finish offered by Benjamin Moore
- Conceals common surface imperfections
- Easy application with fantastic results
- Ample open time ensure minimal lapping
- Formulated for minimal spatter
- Zero VOC
- Engineered with Gennex® Color Technology
Recommended For: Residential or commercial ceiling applications where a premium quality finish is desired. For new or previously painted wallboard, wallpapered surfaces, acoustical ceiling tile, cured masonry, plaster, and other ceiling substrates.
Coverage: 400 – 450 Sq. Ft.
- To touch: 1 hour
- Recoat: 1-2 hours
- Available Colors: All Colors, Ready Mixed White
- Sheen (or Gloss): Ultra Flat
- Cleanup: Soap and Water
- Resin Type: Acrylic Latex
- Recommended Use: Interior
- MPI Rating:
- VOC Level: 0.0
Surface Preparation: Surfaces to be painted must be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, grease, oil, soap, wax, scaling paint, water soluble materials, and mildew. Remove any peeling or scaling paint and sand these areas to feather edges smooth with adjacent surfaces. Glossy areas should be dulled. Drywall surfaces must be free of sanding dust. New plaster or masonry surfaces must be allowed to cure 30 days before applying base coat. Cured plaster should be hard, have a slight sheen and maximum PH of 10; soft, porous or powdery plaster indicates improper cure. Never sand a plaster surface; knife off any protrusions and prime plaster before and after applying patching compound. Poured or pre-cast concrete with a very smooth surface should be etched or abraded to promote adhesion, after removing all form release agents and curing compounds. Remove any powder or loose particles before priming. Wood substrates must be thoroughly dry.
Priming: New surfaces should be fully primed, and previously painted surfaces may be primed or spot primed as necessary.
Difficult Substrates: Benjamin Moore offers a variety of specialty primers for use over difficult substrates such as bleeding woods, grease stains, crayon markings, hard glossy surfaces, galvanized metal or other substrates where paint adhesion or stain suppression is a particular problem. Your Benjamin Moore® retailer can recommend the right problem-solving primer for your special needs
Wood, and engineered wood products: Primer: Fresh Start® High-Hiding All Purpose Primer (046) or Fresh Start® Multi-Purpose Latex Primer (N023) Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Drywall: Primer: Fresh Start® High-Hiding All Purpose Primer (046) or this product Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Plaster: Primer: : Fresh Start® High-Hiding All Purpose Primer (046) or Fresh Start® Multi-Purpose Latex Primer (N023) Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Rough or Pitted Masonry: Primer: Ultra Spec® Masonry Interior/Exterior Hi-Build Block Filler (571) Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Smooth Poured or Pre-cast Concrete: Primer: Ultra Spec® Masonry Interior / Exterior 100% Acrylic Masonry Sealer (608) or Fresh Start® Multi-Purpose Latex Primer (N023) Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Ferrous Metal (Steel and Iron): Primer: Ultra Spec® HP Acrylic Metal Primer (HP04) or Super Spec HP® Alkyd Metal Primer (P06) Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Non-Ferrous Metal (Galvanized & Aluminum): All new metal surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned with Corotech® Oil & Grease Emulsifier (V600) to remove contaminants. New shiny non-ferrous metal surfaces that will be subject to abrasion should be dulled with very fine sandpaper or a synthetic steel wool pad to promote adhesion Primer: Ultra Spec® HP Acrylic Metal Primer (HP04) Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Stippled ceiling note: Some types of stippled ceilings are water sensitive and require an alkyd primer sealer before applying the finish coat. Primer: Fresh Start® Multi-Purpose Oil Based Primer (024) Finish: 1 or 2 coats Benjamin Moore® Waterborne Ceiling Paint (508)
Repaint, All Substrates: Prime bare areas with the primer recommended for the substrate above.
Application: Mixing of Paint: Stir thoroughly before and during use. Apply one or two coats. Paint Application: For best results, use a premium Benjamin Moore® custom blended nylon/polyester brush, premium Benjamin Moore® roller, or a similar product. Apply paint generously from unpainted area into wet area. Benjamin Moore® Waterborne® Ceiling Paint can also be sprayed. If your edge begins to dry or you see that you missed a spot and the paint is already setting up, allow it to dry completely before touching up that area. Spray: Airless Pressure: 1000 -2000 psi Tip: 0.013-0.017
Clean up: Wash painting tools in warm soapy water immediately after use. Spray equipment should be given a final rinse with mineral spirits to prevent rusting.