Sherwin-Williams Provides Upgraded Extreme Bond Primer for Difficult Surfaces

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Sherwin-Williams is launching its latest version of the Extreme Bond Interior/Exterior Primer.

This product was made to offer better water sensitivity, scratch resistance and hide and adhesion to difficult surfaces.

The company mentioned that the waterborne urethane modified acrylic solution is ideal for use on surfaces such as hard, slick, and/or glossy that are hard to prime.

“Certain residential and commercial surfaces are time-consuming to paint and require specific performance attributes, which can impact professionals’ valuable resources,” said Rick Watson, director of product information and technical services at Sherwin-Williams.

The product is recommended for use on:

  • Kitchen cabinets
  • Tile
  • Glass panels
  • Plastics or PVC piping
  • Wall laminates
  • Aluminum
  • Fiberglass
  • Varnished woodwork

“The next generation Extreme Bond Primer solves this issue by securely bonding to these tricky surfaces, ensuring a smooth, high-quality finish while offering improved scratch resistance, water sensitivity and hide of the primer,” continued Rick Watson.

Users only need one coat when applying the prime.

It also dries quickly, and works with different top coatings, such as epoxies and urethanes.

Sanding may no longer be required for clean or paintable surfaces because of the coating’s strong adhesive characteristics.

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