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Valspar® Duramax® Exterior Paint & Primer
Valspar® Duramax® features FlexShield® 365 technology for year-round resistance to cracking and peeling, even in extreme climates. Formulated for maximum weather protection, Duramax fights the damaging effects of moisture with a mold-, mildew- and algae resistant finish. Plus it's a high-hiding paint + primer that combines maximum coverage with fade-resistant colour.
Paint Sheen Comparison
Available sheens for this product
Flat, Satin, Semi-Gloss
857 - 946 mL / 1 Quart
3.43 - 3.78 L / 1 Gallon
17.1 - 18.6 L / 5 Gallons
HOW TO USE
UsageUse Valspar Duramax Exterior Paint on properly prepared exterior wood and metal siding and trim including hardboard, fiber cement board, vinyl, primed metal, shakes, brick, cement, cinder block and stucco. Do not use on glazed brick, floors or steps.
PrepThoroughly clean the surface and allow to dry. Remove all dirt, dust, chalk, rust, grease, wax and mildew.
ApplicationStir thoroughly and intermix multiple containers. Apply only when paint, surface and air temperatures are 7–32 °C (35–90 °F) during application and drying time. Do not paint if temperatures are expected to be below 7 °C (35 °F) within 48 hours of application or when heavy dew or precipitation is expected in the next 12 hours. These recommendations are a starting point only. Due to variability in sprayers, we recommend testing your spray pattern and flow before proceeding. Always paint back into freshly painted areas and end up at a door, window or outer edge. Move windows after 1 hour to prevent sticking.
Dry TimeDry Time @ 25 °C (77 °F) and 50 % Relative HumidityTo The Touch: 1 hour - 1 hour Recoat: 4 hour - 4 hour
Clean-up & DisposalClean up with warm, soapy water. Do not freeze. Keep container closed when not in use. Do not transfer contents to other containers for storage or disposal. In case of spills, absorb with inert material such as sand or kitty litter. Dispose of empty container or unused portion in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.