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The expansive, dramatic skies add saturation to the wide-ranging palette.
The warmth of the palette also reflects the flowering hues of springtime.
From the deep blues of the mountain ranges to the brightly colored flora and fauna, this ecoregion also boasts highly saturated primary colors.
The warms and cools of this palette are uniformly vibrant and saturated.
This set of nine neutral colors is meant to complement the other palettes.
Do I Need A Primer?
Some colors, especially yellows, reds and oranges, and other dark accent colors, are considered by the paint industry to be “poor hiding” colors. That means they usually need a primer because, despite their strong, vibrant color, they’re not good at hiding the color they’re covering.
Using a grey (under dark colors) or tinted (under light colors) primer can help you avoid having to apply multiple coats of paint to get the color you want. A tinted primer will help prepare the existing surface for your color. After that, you’ll typically only need to apply two coats of paint to get that perfect result.
At ECOS, we can help you tell which colors need a primer. Click here to print a zig-zag patterned paint card you can use to test your paint sample. Apply two coats of paint over the pattern. If you can still see the pattern through the paint, you’ll get better results if you use a grey or tinted primer under your color.
Painting Tips to Improve “Hide"
- Always choose a high-quality paint like ECOS.
- If you have multiple cans of the same color, combine them before you start to paint.
- Always stir paint thoroughly before painting.
- Don’t thin or dilute the paint with water.
- Use the correct primer as described above, or when you’re applying paint over a porous surface.
- Don’t spread the paint too thinly or unevenly.
- Allow the recommended drying time between coats.
- Always use high-quality brushes, rollers, and other tools.
Radiator Paint is a low sheen strong bonding paint, designed specifically for the temperature extremes of hot water radiators. Odorless, non-toxic, and VOC-free. Not suitable for steam or electric storage radiators....More Details
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- Product Code: 700355463849
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ECOS Interior Radiator paint is a low sheen, protective finish designed specifically for the temperature extremes of hot water radiators. Not suitable for steam, or electric storage radiators which run at even higher temperatures and require specialized finishes.
- ✔ Zero VOC1
- ✔ No Odor2
- ✔ Non-Toxic3
- 1Conforms to CDPH 01350 (VOC emissions test taken at 14 days).
- 2No traditional paint (polyurethane) odor, which can cause headaches, nausea, and respiratory issues.
- 3Conforms to ASTMD-4236, specifically concerning oral toxicity, skin irritation and respiratory effects.
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Add all surfaces to be painted then remove openings, like doors and windows
|Preparation||Surfaces should be cold, clean, dry and free from rust, grease and polish residues. If in doubt clean with mild detergent and Scotchbrite® (or similar) plastic scouring pad. Rinse and dry thoroughly. All bare metal should be primed with two coats of ECOS Stainblock. NOTE: For bare cast iron or blast-cleaned radiators, ask for advice.|
|Application and Clean Up||Do not thin. Stir gently and thoroughly before use. Using only best quality soft paint brushes, work progressively along the radiator. Do not over-brush, layoff, or go back over painted areas. Paint only onto cold radiators - do not force-dry. Best results are normally achieved with two coats. Radiators can be put back into service only when the paint film is dry. Normally touch dry in 1-2 hours. Allow at least 8 hours between coats. Avoid temperatures below 41°F (5°C) and above 68°F (20°C). Clean equipment and brushes with water.|
|Coverage||400 sq. ft. per gallon|