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Last Revision: 9/20/07
SEMI-GLOSS LATEX ENAMEL
The 680 line is a quality vinyl-acrylic semi-gloss latex enamel formulated for
interior walls and trim where a finish of extra durability and washability is
needed. This product combines the ease of application of a latex paint with the
durability of an oil-base enamel. Unlike white oil based enamels, the 680 line will
not yellow, is low odor, and is low VOC. The 680 line is high hiding, non-
splattering and has excellent flow and leveling properties.
The 680 line is recommended for properly primed or previously painted plaster,
wallboard, masonry, wood or metal. This product is an excellent choice for hard
service areas such as wood trim, kitchens, and bathrooms.
Prime all new wallboard, masonry, plaster or old flat finishes with #380 Perfik-
Seal. Prime unpainted wood or ferrous metal with #599 Enamel Undercoater or
#699 Latex Enamel Undercoater. Prime galvanized metal or aluminum with #697
Stain Killer/Bonding Primer. Prime water, smoke or other difficult stains with
#597 Stain Killer, #598 Low Odor Stain Killer or #697 Stain Killer.
The surface to be painted should be dry and free of any dirt, chalk, grease, oil,
rust, or other foreign contaminants. Remove grease or oil from the surface with a
detergent solution, rinse thoroughly, and allow the surface to completely dry.
Repair/Caulk all cracks and fill all small holes or surface voids with putty or
spackling compound and then sand to smooth finish, followed by dusting. Sand
unpainted wood, metal or old glossy enamel finishes and then prime with either
#599 Enamel Undercoater or #699 Latex Enamel Undercoater. Unpainted
concrete block should be filled with two coats of #470 block filler to uniform the
surface then, one coat of #380 perfik-Seal. All new masonry surfaces require at
least 30 days to cure and should not be painted if the pH of the maso