Sunline Primer is a 100% acrylic based coating designed smooth, without aggregate to provide a highly durable prepared surface. It is a rollable, or brushable coating that will withstand thermal expansion an contraction without delamination. It is available in 64 standard colors and an infinite number of custom colors.

HardCoat is packaged in 5 gallon pails.

1. Store bags in a cool, dry location. 2. Store away from direct contact with the ground and/or concrete. 3. Store out of direct sunlight. 4. Protect bags from weather and other damage.

The coverage of finish is approximately 400 – 750 per 5 gallon pail. Coverage will vary depending on ambient temperature, surface temperature, surface porosity, and/or application methods.

All surfaces to receive application must be clean and free of debris, dirt and dust, efflorescence, grease, oils, curing agents, and cleaning solutions. Ensure that all surfaces are smooth and free of any irregularities. Surface and air temperature should be at a minimum of 45 degrees F during and at least 24 hours after the application.

Use a Goldblatt Jiffy Mixer or equivalent to mix the finish until uniform consistency is attained.

Sunline Primer may be applied by roller , spray or brush. When spraying use airless equipment with a 0.35 minimum orifice, with a filter only at the inlet side.

Recommended drying time is 2 hours. The estimate is based on optimum weather conditions, ie- 70 degrees F with relative humidity of 55 degrees F.

Protect the material from freezing. Must be applied at or above 45 degrees F. Do not apply on damp surfaces or when rain is forecasted. Store in a cool, dry place, at no less than 40 degrees F. Protect from freezing and direct sunlight. Shelf life is 2 years when unopened and stored as directed.

Cleaning may be accomplished with water immediately after use.

CAUTION: May cause eye, skin or lung injury. Contains free silica. Prolonged exposure to dust may cause delayed lung disease (silicosis). Eliminate exposure to dust. Use NIOSH approved mask for silica dust. Contains Portland cement. If any cement of cement mixture gets into eye, flush immediately and repeatedly with water, and consult a physician promptly. Freshly mixed cement, mortar, concrete or grout may cause skin injury. Avoid contact with skin where possible and wash exposed areas promptly with water.