PREMIUM QUALITY ACRYLIC LATEX
Colors: White & Custom Colors
Finish: Flat, 3-7 units @ 85°
Clean-up Solvent: Soap & water
Density: 12.18 lbs/gal (1.46 kg/L)
VOC: 0.66 lbs/gal (79g/L)
Solids: Volume - 43% +/- 1% Weight - 61% +/- 1%
Practical Coverage: Apply at 400 sq. ft/gal (10m2/L).
Actual coverage may vary depending on substrate and application method.
Flash Point: None
Flame Spread Rating: Class A (0-25) over non-combustible surfaces
Dry Time: 77°F (25°C) & 50% RH
To touch - 30 minutes To recoat - 4 Hours
Titanium Dioxide and Extender
Not manufactured with lead or
mercury containing materials
RALPH LAUREN MATTE FINISH brings beauty and protection to interior walls,
ceilings, trim and doors. Provides a highly washable, stain resistant finish that is
specially formulated to resist mildew growth on the paint film.
Premium Quality Acrylic Latex
Brings Beauty and Protection to Interior Walls, Ceilings, Trim and Doors
Offers Remarkable Uniformity of Coverage
Superior Flow and Leveling
Formulated to Combine Exceptional Quality with Innovative Color
For interior use over primed or pre-painted wallboard, plaster, wood, masonry, brick,
Brush or edge border on wall, roll remainder of wall, paint woodwork last. Using a
premium quality 1/4" – 3/8" nap roller, nylon brush, sprayer, or paint pad apply paint
at 400 sq. ft. per gallon, or approximately one 3' x 3' section for every roller-full, to
achieve one coat coverage over smooth walls. Paint may be thinned with up to one
pint of water per gallon for spray application. Actual coverage may vary depending
on substrate and application method. For best hiding, tint primers towards finish coat
color. Certain shades of yellow, orange, pink and red may require multiple coats. Do
not apply when the surface or air temperature is below 50°F. Provide good
ventilation and warmth for normal drying. Paint dries to the touch in 30 minutes. If a
second coat is desired, allow the first coat to dry for four hours. Stir paint thoroughly.
Brush a 2" or 4" border on wall where it meets the ceiling, another wall, and
baseboard or trim. Roll remainder of wall working in small sections. Paint in a “V”
pattern. Roll straight up, straight down, up diagonally and down again. Roll in
downward parallel strokes to even out texture. Avoid over rolling. When beginning a
new section, roll from an unpainted area back into a previously painted area. Paint
woodwork last using even brush strokes.
Clean-Up & Care
Clean hands and tools with warm, soapy water. Wipe up spills with a damp cloth.
Painted surfaces may be washed after 30 days with a mild household cleaner and
sponge. Avoid harsh, abrasive cleaners.