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SECTION 09 91 13
EXTERIOR REPAINTING
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Kelly-Moore Paints; paint and coating products.
This section is based on the products of Kelly-Moore Paints, which is located at:
987 Commercial St.
San Carlos, CA 94070
Toll Free Tel: 888-MR PAINT
Tel: 888-kmcolor
Fax: 650-592-1215
Email: request info (epatricio@kellymoore.com)
Web: www.kellymoore.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
Welcome to Kelly-Moore. We are the largest employee owned paint company in the United States. With over 2200 employees, four major manufacturing facilities and over 160 retail stores in 10 states, we enjoy a reputation as leaders and innovators in the ever changing paint industry. The success of our company is based on our commitment to quality products and personalized service.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Exterior repainting including surface preparation.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
A.
Section 03 30 00 - Cast-in-Place Concrete.
B.
Section 05 12 16 - Fabricated Fireproofed Steel Columns.
C.
Section 05 50 00 - Metal Fabrications.
D.
Section 06 20 00 - Finish Carpentry.
E.
Section 08 11 13.16 - Custom Hollow Metal Doors and Frames.
F.
Section 09 21 16.23 - Gypsum Board Shaft Wall Assemblies.
G.
Section 23 05 00 - Common Work Results for HVAC.
H.
Section 26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
ASTM International: AST) D 16 - Standard Terminology for Paint, Related Coatings, Materials, and Applications.
B.
Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC) SP6 - Commercial Blast Cleaning Procedures.
C.
Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC) SP10 - Near White Blast Cleaning Procedure.
1.4
DEFINITIONS
A.
Table of Abbreviations: Used in this specification:
1.
American Society for Testing and Material:
a.
Shown as ASTM (i.e. ASTM D16 - Standard terminology relating to paint, varnish, lacquer, and related products).
2.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration:
a.
Shown as 0SHA or CAL-OSHA when referring to safety regulations.
3.
Master Painters Institute:
a.
Shown as MPI.
4.
The Society for Protective Coatings:
a.
SSPC: Steel Structures Painting Council.
5.
Air Quality Management District:
a.
AQMD - relating to state and local air quality regulations.
B.
General: Standard coating terms defined within Masters Painters Institute (MPI) manual.
1.
Gloss level 1 - Flat with a gloss range below 3 when measured at a 60-degree meter and 10 when measured at an 85-degree meter.
2.
Gloss level 2 - Low Sheen with a gloss range of 5 to 10 when measured at a 60 degree meter and 10 to 35 when measured at an 85 degree meter.
3.
Gloss level 3 - Eggshell with a gloss range between 10 and 15 when measured at a 60-degree meter and 10 to 35 when measured at an 85-degree meter.
4.
Gloss level 4 - Satin with a gloss range between 25 and 35 when measured with a 60 degree meter.
5.
Gloss level 5 - Semi-Gloss with a gloss range between 50 and 55 when measured at a 60 degree meter.
6.
Gloss level 6 - Gloss with a gloss range more than 70 when measured at a 60 degree meter.
1.5
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
1.
Material List: An inclusive list of required coating materials. Indicate each material and cross-reference specific coating, finish system, and application. Identify each material by manufacturer's catalog number and general classification.
2.
Instructions: Preparation instructions and recommendations.
3.
Manufacturer's Information: Manufacturer's technical information, including label analysis and instructions for handling, storing, and applying each coating material.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
C.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
D.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square representing actual product, color, and patterns.
1.6
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Minimum 5 year experience manufacturing similar products.
B.
Installer Qualifications: Minimum 2 year experience installing similar products.
C.
Field Samples: Prepare Field Samples for Owner or Owner's Representative's review and to establish requirements for color and finish texture.
D.
Correct areas, modify method of application/installation, or adjust finish texture as directed to comply with specified requirements.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Accent colors may require two or more coats to achieve color uniformity and may require additional expense to Owner.
 
E.
Maintain field sample accessible to serve as a standard of quality for this Section.
F.
Paint exposed surfaces, except where the paint schedules indicate that a surface or material is not to be painted or is to remain natural. If the paint schedules do not specifically mention an item or a surface, paint the item or surface the same as similar adjacent materials or surfaces whether or not schedules indicate colors. If the schedules do not indicate color or finish, the Owner will select from standard colors and finishes available.
G.
Do not paint prefinished items, concealed surfaces, finished metal surfaces, operating parts, and labels.
1.
Prefinished items.
2.
Concealed surfaces.
3.
Operating parts include moving parts of operating equipment.
4.
Do not paint over Underwriters Laboratories (UL), Factory Mutual (FM), or other code-required labels or equipment name, identification, performance rating, or nomenclature plates.
H.
Samples shall consist of the following:
1.
Provide 8 x 11 inches (200 x 280 mm) samples for approval.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. The following is one example of how a mock-up on a large project might be specified. When deciding on the extent of the mock-up, consider all the major different types of work on the project.
 
I.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
1.
Provide large mock up on wall surface, determined by the Owner or Owner's Representative for approval of color, sheen and texture.
2.
Finish areas designated by the Owner or Owner's Representative.
3.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship is approved by Architect.
4.
Refinish mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
1.7
PRE-INSTALLATION MEETINGS
A.
Convene minimum two weeks prior to starting work of this section.
1.8
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Owner will provide on-site material storage area, room, or location. Storage area shall be secured and locked when un-attended.
B.
Deliver products in original unopened packaging with legible manufacturer's product identification.
C.
Comply with manufacturer's recommendations for storage and protection. Take every precaution to prevent fire. Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
D.
Protect from the elements and from damage. Store at a temperature of not less than 40 degrees F (4 degrees C).
E.
Stack materials no more than three high in five-gallon (19 L) containers.
1.9
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's recommended limits.
1.10
SCHEDULING OF WORK
A.
Coordinate the commencement of work with Owners so as not to cause inconvenience to the facility.
B.
Post notices in conspicuous areas (garage door or front door) three to five days in advance of beginning work on specified phase, noting start date, any instructions to occupants and business phone number.
C.
Identify items that need to be moved by occupant (i.e., automobiles, deck items, BBQ, lounge chairs, plants, etc.).
1.11
SEQUENCING
A.
Ensure that Work of this Section is completed in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
1.12
EXTRA MATERIALS
A.
Furnish extra paint materials from the same production run as the materials applied and in the quantities described below. Package with protective covering for storage and identify with labels describing contents. Deliver extra materials to Owner.
B.
Quantity: Furnish Owner with an additional three percent, but not less than 1 gal (3.8 l) or 1 case, as appropriate, of each material and color applied.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Kelly-Moore Paints, which is located at: 987 Commercial St.; San Carlos, CA 94070; Toll Free Tel: 888-MR PAINT; Tel: 888-kmcolor; Fax: 650-592-1215; Email: request info (epatricio@kellymoore.com); Web: www.kellymoore.com
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
2.2
PAINT MATERlALS - GENERAL
A.
Material Compatibility: Provide block fillers, primers, and finish-coat materials that are compatible with one another and with the substrates indicated under conditions of service and application, as demonstrated by manufacturer based on testing and field experience.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Revise VOC rating to suit local regulations or Owner's requirements. Delete if not required.
 
B.
VOC Classification: Provide materials, including primers, undercoats, and finish-coat materials, that meet local air quality management district regulations.
C.
Color: Refer to Finish Schedule for paint colors.
D.
Application Rate: Coating thickness for primer, intermediate, barrier and finish coats shall be measured as Dry Film Thickness (DFT) and comply with manufacturer's published recommendations.
E.
Regulations: Comply with current health, safety, and environmental regulations.
F.
Paint Mixing and Thinning: If necessary, comply with manufacturer's instructions.
1.
Mix and thin materials in specified work and storage areas only.
2.
Return paint thinners, tools, rags and partially filled containers to storage area at the completion of each day.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Closely examine surfaces. Surfaces that are in question or that will affect the execution or quality of work shall be brought to the attention of the Architect before painting will begin.
B.
The Architect will inspect preparation before the application of paint finishes.
C.
Rework surfaces not properly prepared to receive paint finishes to the satisfaction of the Architect.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Prepare surfaces in compliance with manufacturer's requirements for coatings to be applied.
B.
Surfaces to be painted: All surfaces shall be clean and dry, free of foreign matter and contaminants. Use cleaning methods as appropriate or indicated; including pressure washing, scraping, sanding and wire brushing.
1.
Utilize power scrapers, grinders and wire brushes carefully to minimize damage to substrate.
C.
High-Pressure Water Washing:
1.
All surfaces to be painted shall be high-pressure water washed to remove dirt, loose or peeling paint, rust, excess chalk, efflorescence and contaminants that will affect adhesion of the prime or finish coats.
2.
Pressure washing may not remove all contaminants or chalk. A close inspection of chalky surfaces shall be made to determine the need of more aggressive preparation by hand tools and priming
3.
Areas that may introduce water into living areas such as entry doors, vents, and soffits shall be avoided.
4.
Areas that are affected with mildew growth shall be washed using a commercial-grade cleaner or chlorine solution strong enough to neutralize the mildew. This is normally a 20% or 25% solution.
5.
Comply with County or City environmental regulations requiring a special permit or prohibiting pressure washing.
6.
Plan for the proper clean up and disposal of spent coatings removed by this process.
7.
Allow all surfaces to dry thoroughly prior to preparation and painting.
D.
Repair damage to substrate caused by preparation work.
E.
Ensure that hardware is removed or protected before painting, and then replaced or uncovered when painting in that area is complete.
3.3
SURFACE PREPARATION
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete substrate not required for Project.
 
A.
Stucco/Plaster/Cement: Mechanically high-pressure water wash to remove dirt, dust, contaminants and loose and peeling paint from surfaces.
1.
Patch large voids and cracks with Kelly-Moore Kel-Seal Elastomeric Sealant System.
2.
Match existing stucco texture to blend in when surface is painted.
3.
In the areas where the concrete is failing and causing the paint to peel, perform a pH test to assure acceptable pH level of 8 to 10 prior to coating.
B.
Metal Preparation:
1.
SSPC-SP 1, Chemical Cleaning: This includes commercial cleaner/de-greaser solutions, steam cleaning, alkaline cleaning or volatile solvent cleaning.
2.
SSPC-SP 2, Hand Tool Cleaning: Sound coatings that are very hard or glossy shall be sanded to remove gloss and slightly roughen the surface. Prior to this, remove grease, salt, chemical dust, mildew or other contaminants.
3.
SSPC-SP 3, Power Tool Cleaning: Care shall be taken to avoid polishing the surface or abrading too deeply.
4.
SSPC - SP11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal: This requires complete removal of all visible grease, oil, dirt dust, mill scale, rust, paint, oxide, corrosion products and other foreign matter. A surface profile shall be maintained or produced to a degree suitable for the specified paint system.
C.
Ferrous Metal - Mechanically high-pressure water wash metal where feasible to remove dirt, contaminants, rust scale or oxides and loose and peeling paint.
1.
Remove excess rust, loose or peeling paint using SSPC methods, SP-2 Hand Tool Cleaning or SP-3 Power Tool Cleaning to provide a surface for paint application.
2.
Prime bare and sound rusted metal with recommended primer.
D.
Non-Ferrous Metal - Mechanically high-pressure water wash metal where feasible to remove dirt, contaminants and loose and peeling paint.
1.
Remove loose or peeling paint using SSPC method, SP-2 Hand Tool Cleaning, to provide a surface for paint application.
2.
Prime bare metal with recommended primer.
E.
Wood: Mechanically high-pressure water wash to remove dirt contaminants, dust and loose or peeling paint.
1.
Remove excess loose or peeling paint with wire brush, scraper or sanding, as necessary, to provide a smooth surface for paint application.
2.
Reset and prime protruding nail heads with rust preventative primer before finish coat is applied.
F.
Concrete and Concrete Block: Mechanically high-pressure water wash to remove contaminants, dirt, dust, and loose and peeling paint.
1.
Remove excess loose or peeling paint with wire brush, scraper or sanding, as necessary, to provide a smooth surface for paint application.
2.
If efflorescence exists, remove and spot prime affected areas with appropriate alkaline resistant primer to inhibit condition.
3.
In the areas where the concrete is failing and causing the paint to peel, perform a pH test to assure acceptable pH level of 8 to 10 prior to coating.
G.
General Mildew Removal: Remove mildew with a solution of one part household bleach to three parts water to leave an uncontaminated, clean surface for paint.
1.
Mix cleaning solutions stronger as necessary to produce the desired level of cleanliness. Scrub where necessary with a soft bristle brush.
H.
Spot prime bare surfaces with appropriate primer after crack repair, sealants, and other preparation has been completed and surface has dried.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
3.4
CRACK REPAIR
A.
Surfaces shall be firm and free of dirt, oil, grease, efflorescence, mildew and loose material. Wire brush or blast unsound masonry to obtain a firm surface. Remove dirt, loose contaminants and chalk by high pressure chemical and water cleaning.
1.
Cracks ranging from 1/64 inch to 1/32 inch (0.4 to 0.8 mm), apply generously, appropriate KEL-SEAL Elastomeric Sealant (Brush Grade) over the entire area in need of renovation. If surface is chalky, apply an appropriate Kelly-Moore surface conditioner before application of sealant.
2.
Rout out cracks exceeding 1/32 inch to 1/4 inch (0.8 to 6 mm) wide by 1/4 inch (6 mm) deep. When completed, flush joint out with water and check to see that the surface is sound and free of grinding dust. Once joint is sound, use a bond breaker tape to prevent three-point adhesion.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
3.5
SEALANTS
A.
Fill wood-to-wood, wood to stucco joints, and cracks with a sealant and/or elastomeric patch to match surrounding substrate; including window trim, fascia joints, handrail joints, and trim to stucco gaps.
B.
Fill field cracks and splits with elastomeric patch such as KM #1107 Kel-Seal Smooth Elastomeric Sealant (brushable) on stucco or KM #1123 Kel-Seal White Smooth Elastomeric Sealant elastomeric caulking on wood.
1.
Comply Kelly-Moore Kel-Seal Elastomeric System Technical Literature for additional requirements.
3.6
APPLICATION
A.
Prepare, paint and finish surfaces specified and scheduled.
B.
Apply material evenly; free from sags, runs, crawls, holidays or defects. Mix to proper consistency; brush out smooth, leaving a minimum of brush marks. Uniformly flow out enamels and varnishes.
C.
Apply by brush, roller or spray as appropriate for conditions. When applying paint by spray method, back roll the final coat.
D.
The number of coats specified is the minimum number acceptable. If full coverage is not achieved with the specified number of coats, apply additional coats as necessary to produce the required finish.
E.
Do not apply paint in rain, fog, mist, when surface temperature is below 50 degrees Fahrenheit or when rain is imminent.
3.7
CLEAN UP
A.
Immediately clean up accidental splatters, spills and misplaced paint, and restore the affected area to its original condition.
B.
At completion of work, remove materials, supplies, debris and rubbish, and leave workspaces and paint storage areas in a clean, acceptable condition.
3.8
EXTERIOR PAINT SCHEDULE
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete paint system not required. Refer to manufacturer's literature for recommended paint systems for substrate, gloss, color and environment/exposure.
 
A.
Wood Siding and Eaves:
1.
Pressure wash, using cleaner as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads or screw fasteners.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
B.
Wood Fascia:
1.
Pressure wash, using cleaner as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads or screw fasteners.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
C.
Wood Trim for Windows, Doors and Miscellaneous Trim:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
D.
Wood Doors and Frames:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads or screw fasteners.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
E.
Wood Carport Lockers:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads or screw fasteners.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
F.
Wood Posts, Planter Boxes and Benches:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads or screw fasteners.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
G.
Wood Balcony Structures:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads or screw fasteners.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
H.
Wood Fencing:
1.
Pressure wash, using cleaner as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Re-secure and spot prime loose nail heads or screw fasteners.
5.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
6.
Prime bare or new wood.
7.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
I.
Stucco Walls:
1.
Pressure wash, using cleaner as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, chalking, efflorescence, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
5.
Prime bare or new stucco.
6.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
J.
Concrete/Stucco Soffits:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, chalking, efflorescence, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
5.
Prime bare or new stucco.
6.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
K.
Concrete/Stucco Carport Walls and Ceiling:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, chalking, efflorescence, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
5.
Prime bare or new stucco.
6.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
L.
Concrete/Stucco Balcony Ceiling:
1.
Clean as appropriate to remove dirt, mildew, chalking, efflorescence, etc.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove deteriorated sealant and re-apply.
4.
Fill cracks and joints as necessary to prevent water intrusion.
5.
Prime bare or new stucco.
6.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
M.
Metal Carport Structure Members:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove loose rust with wire brush, scraper, etc.
4.
Prime bare and new metal.
5.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
N.
Metal Hand Railing Structure:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove loose rust with wire brush, scraper, etc.
4.
Prime bare and new metal.
5.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
O.
Metal Railings, Stair Stringers and Lamp Posts:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove loose rust with wire brush, scraper, etc.
4.
Prime bare and new metal.
5.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
P.
Wrought Iron Fencing and Gates:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove loose rust with wire brush, scraper, etc.
4.
Prime bare and new metal.
5.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
Q.
Galvanized Gutters:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Prime bare and new metal.
4.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
R.
Galvanized Downspouts:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Prime bare and new metal.
4.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
S.
Metal Vents, Drip Flashing, Utility Box Covers and other Misc. Metal:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove loose rust with wire brush, scraper, etc.
4.
Prime bare and new metal.
5.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
T.
Roof Jacks and Chimney Caps:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Remove loose and peeling paint.
3.
Remove loose rust with wire brush, scraper, etc.
4.
Prime bare and new metal.
5.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
U.
Plastic Cable Shield:
1.
Clean with appropriate cleaner-degreaser to remove contaminants from surface.
2.
Prime bare plastic.
3.
Coating System:
a.
Prime Coat:
b.
2nd Coat:
c.
3rd Coat:
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