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                                  SECTION 09 91 23

                                INTERIOR PAINTING

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01      SECTION INCLUDES

          A. Exterior high performance coatings applied in field.

          B. Surface Preparation.

          C. Pavement painting and striping.

1.02      RELATED SECTIONS

          A. Section 01 33 01 – Submittals

          B. Section 01 45 16 – Field Quality Control Procedures

          C. Section 01 35 02 – Materials and Equipment

          D. Section 32 11 16.39 – Bituminous Concrete Paving.

          E. Section 32 13 13.33 – Plain Concrete Paving.

          F. Section 05 12 23 – Structural Steel for Buildings.

          G. Section 26 05 53 –Identification for Electrical Systems.

1.03      REFERENCES

          A. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM):

              1.    ASTM D523: Standard Test Method for Specular Gloss

          B. Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC):

              1.    SSPC-SP 5-94: Surface Preparation Standard No. 5 – White Metal
                    Blast Cleaning
              2.    SSPC-SP 10-94: Surface Preparation Standard No. 10 – Near White
                    Metal Blast Cleaning
              3.    SSPC-SP 6-94: Surface Preparation Standard No. 6 – Commercial
                    Blast Cleaning
              4.    SSPC-SP 7-94: Surface Preparation Standard No. 7 – Brush-Off
                    Blast Cleaning


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1.04      DEFINITIONS

          A. Conform to ASTM D16 for interpretation of paint terms used in this
             Section.

          B. Areas susceptible to graffiti damage include all surfaces below 9’ to 0”
             above finish floor or above finish grade.

          C. Dry Film Thickness (DFT): Specified by minimum thickness in mils, per
             coat, unless otherwise indicated.

1.05      SUBMITTALS

          A. Comply with Section 01 33 01, unless otherwise indicated.

          B. Materials and Products List: List of products in same order and same
             generic name as listed in this Section. List proposed manufacturer and
             manufacturer’s product name and number. Identify deviations, if any.

          C. Color Selections: Submit Manufacturer’s full range of standard colors for         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
             each type of material selected.

          C.D.      Samples: Submit 2 samples, of at least 3 x 5 inches, for each color,       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
              selected from Manufacturer’s full range of standard colors, and type of
              material selected. Samples should be on appropriate substrate to
              demonstrate color and sheen of finished film.

          D.E.       Manufacturer’s Instructions: Indicate special surface preparation         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
              procedures or substrate conditions requiring special attention or deviation
              for this Section.

1.06      QUALITY ASSURANCE

          A. Manufacturer’s Qualifications: Not less than 3 years experience in the
             actual production of specified products.

          B. Applicator’s Qualifications: Firm experienced in application and
             installation of systems similar in complexity to those required for this
             Project.

          C. Regulatory Requirements: Paint systems to comply with VOC regulations
             applicable. Conform to all governing local, regional or National codes
             applicable for flame and smoke spread ratings for finishes, and for any
             additional specific regulation regarding the use, purchase, storage or
             application of the finishes required for this Project.



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          D. Pre-Installation Conference: Contractor, installer, manufacturer’s
             representative, and representatives of other affected trades shall meet at
             Site to review procedure, acceptance of substrate surfaces, and
             coordination with other trades.

1.07      FIELD SAMPLES

          A. Provide field sample of paint under provisions of Section 01 45 16.

          B. Graffiti Inhibitor Mock-Up Test Surfaces: Prepare an approved test
             surface with anti-graffiti coating to represent the standard of workmanship
             for the Work. Coat the surface in accordance with the manufacturer’s
             recommendations. Allow the material to dry, apply graffiti as directed by
             the Construction Manager, and then remove the graffiti. The clean
             surface shall be undamaged and shall display complete removal of the
             graffiti with no “shadows” or “ghosts” remaining of the graffiti. Do not
             apply anti-graffiti coating to the prepared area until the sample substrate
             is approved by the Construction Manager.

          C. Locate all field samples where directed from Owner’s Representative or
             Construction Manager.

          D. Maintain mock-ups and field sample accessible to serve as a standard of
             quality for this Section.

1.08      DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

          A. Deliver, store, protect and handle products to site under provision of
             Section 01 35 02.

          B. Deliver products in original unopened           packaging    with     legible
             manufacturer’s product identification.

          C. Storage     and   Protection:     Comply      with   all    manufacturer’s
             recommendations. Store paint materials at a minimum ambient
             temperature of 45 F. Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight and
             protect from elements and from damage.

          D. Remove oily rags, waste, etc., every night and take every precaution to
             prevent fire, fire hazards or spontaneous combustion.




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1.09      ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

          A. Do not apply materials when surface and ambient temperatures are
             outside the temperature ranges required by the paint product
             manufacturer, as per the published product data sheet.

          B. Do not apply exterior coatings in precipitation, rain, snow, fog or mist,
             when the relative humidity is outside the humidity ranges required by the
             paint product manufacturer. The surface temperature must be at least 5º
             F above the dew point.

          C. Do not apply coatings to damp or wet surfaces.

          D. Do not apply coatings to masonry substrates with a moisture content of
             more than 3 pounds per 1000 square feet per 24 hours per ASTM F1869-
             98 Moisture Test by use of Calcium Chloride or ASTM D4263 Plastic
             Sheet Method or by use of a properly calibrated commercial electronic
             moisture meter.

          E. Apply water-borne coatings when the temperature of surface to be coated
             and surrounding air temperature is between 50 F and 100 F, unless
             required otherwise by printed manufacturer’s instructions.

          F. Provide lighting level of 80 ft candles measured mid-height at substrate
             surface.

1.10      EXTRA MATERIALS

          A. Furnish under provisions of Section 01 35 02.

          B. Provide one gallon, upon request from the Owner’s Representative, of
             each product color, type and surface texture. Label each container with
             color, type, texture and location of use in addition to the manufacturer’s
             label.


PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01      MANUFACTURERS

          A. Acceptable Manufacturers:

              1.    The Sherwin-Williams Paint Company
              2.    PPG Industries, Inc
              3.    ICI Paints
              4.    Carboline Company



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2.02      MATERIALS

          A. Coatings shall be ready mixed, except field catalyzed coatings. Process
             pigments to a soft paste consistency, capable of being readily and
             uniformly dispersed to a homogenous coating with flow, leveling and
             drying capabilities as required by this Project. Materials should be
             capable of drying or curing free of streaks or sags.

          B. Accessory Materials: Paint thinners and other materials not specifically
             indicated, but required, to achieve the finishes specified per
             manufactures instructions, should be of good commercial quality.

2.03      FINISHES

          A. Finishes shall be selected by the CM from the Manufacturer’s full range
             of standard colors for each type of material selected.Refer to schedule at
             end of section for surface finish and color selection.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01      EXAMINATION

          A. Verification of Conditions: Examine areas and conditions under which
             work is to be performed and identify conditions detrimental to proper or
             timely completion. Report any condition that may affect proper
             application. Do not proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been
             addressed and corrected.

          B. Verify compatibility of shop applied primer with subsequent finishes.

3.02      PREPARATION

          A. Remove device plates, escutcheons, and similar removable items before
             coating and reinstall items after final coat of system has dried.

          B. Apply masking tape over UL labels and hardware items that cannot be
             removed, before coating the surface on which they occur.

          C. Remove all protective coverings and masking tape when coating of
             surfaces is completed.

3.03      PREPARATION OF NEW SURFACES




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          A. Mildew Removal: Scrub with approved cleaning/bleaching solution, then
             rinse with potable water; let thoroughly dry. Apply mildew resistant
             primers and finishes where possible.

          Concrete Floors

              1.    Remove all oils, grease, wax, fatty acids and other contaminants by
                    one or more of the following methods: detergent scrubbing, low
                    pressure water cleaning (less than 5,000 psi), steam cleaning, or
                    chemical cleaning.
              2.    Verify pH levels of areas to be coated to be as required by coating
                    manufacture, normally within a range of 6-9.
              3.    Remove all concrete laitance and impart a suitable surface profile by
                    abrasive blasting, shotblasting, scarification, or chemical/acid wash
                    (ASTM D 4260-88) as required by product manufacturer.
              4.    Conduct a moisture test as per 1.09.D, as stated above.

          B. Galvanized Surfaces

              1.    Clean per SSPC-SP1 using detergent and water or a degreasing
                    cleaner such as xylene. Be very careful to use clean rags when
                    solvent or detergent cleaning so as not to “spread” residue.
              2.    If required per manufactures recommendations acid etch with a
                    suitable reagent such as Porter Galvaprep 33, or equal.
              3.    If surface has been chemically treated, apply a test patch of the
                    coating system to be used, priming as required. If coating system
                    adhesion ( as per ASTM D3359, Method B) is poor after 7 days,
                    Brush Blast per SSPC-SP7 or chemically strip to remove these
                    treatments.

          C. Concrete and Concrete Masonry Units Scheduled to Receive Paint Finish

              1.    Remove all loose mortar and foreign materials. Surface must be free
                    of laitance, concrete dust, dirt, form release agents, curing
                    membranes, and surface hardeners.
              2.    Concrete and masonry must be cured at least 28 days at 75 F.
              3.    Fill bug holes, air pockets, and other voids with appropriate cement,
                    patching compound per ASTM D4261.

          D. Steel and Iron: Properly prepare substrate to receive coating system. Use
             only prime coats compatible with finish coats.

              1.    Shop-primed surfaces: Brush sandblast (per SSPC SP7-94) or power
                    tool clean (per SSPC SP3-94) to remove all loose/defective paint,
                    rust and any other contaminants.




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              2.    Surfaces not previously shop primed and that will receive zinc-rich
                    primer: Commercial Blast Clean (per SSPC SP-6-94). Some
                    manufacturers require a SSPC SP-10 Near-White Blast Cleaning.
                    Check the applicable product data sheet.
              3.    Surfaces not previously shop primed to receive primer and
                    subsequent finish coatings other than zinc-rich primers: Brush Blast
                    (per SSPC SP-7-94) or power-tool clean (per SSPC SP3-94). Follow
                    manufacturers printed data sheet instructions for applicable method.
              4.    Spot prime all bare steel areas after repairs or as required after
                    installation.
              5.    All ferrous steel prepared by abrasive blasting, shall be primed the
                    same day (within 24 hours) as prepared to prevent flash rusting or
                    rust “bloom”.
              6.    Verify and record anchor profile for compliance with manufactures
                    recommendations by use of Testex tape or equivalent.
              7.    Verify that abrasives and dust are removed from blasted surfaces.

          E. Non Ferrous Metals:

              1.    Aluminum: Remove surface contamination with detergents, solvents,
                    steam cleaning or high-pressure washing. If required, apply Porter
                    Alumiprep 33 or equal as per data sheet instructions. Apply specified
                    primer.
              2.    Copper to be coated: Prepare as specified above for “Aluminum”,
                    including an etching type primer.

          F. Mechanical and Electrical Work: Prepare metal surfaces as specified for
             “Steel and Iron”, “Galvanized” or “Non Ferrous Metals” as applicable to
             type of material scheduled to be painted. Remove dirt, grease and oil
             from canvas and cotton insulating covering.

3.04      PROTECTION

          A. Protect the Work, whether to be coated or not, against damage by
             painting. Provide means to protect newly coated finishes. Remove
             masking tape and its residue after coating.

          B. Repair damage to other surfaces caused by Work of this Section.

          C. Furnish drop cloths, shields, and protective methods to prevent spray
             droppings from disfiguring other surfaces.

          D. Remove all empty containers from site daily.

3.05      APPLICATION




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          A. Prior to application measure and record ambient environmental
             conditions and every 4 hours thereafter, and when significant changes in
             weather occur to insure compliance to manufactures recommendations.

          B. For all materials incorporated into project record all batch and/or lot
             numbers and expiration dates.

          C. Apply at rates recommended by manufacturer. Do not exceed application
             rate recommended for the surface involved. Coatings found to be applied
             at 20%, or more, below the recommended DFT may require additional
             coats to be applied at no additional cost to the owner. Use materials
             without adulteration and only with thinning agents recommended by the
             manufacturer in the printed instructions. Measure and record DFT
             reading in accordance with SSPC-PA2 to insure compliance to
             manufactures requirements.

          D. Apply materials with suitable brushes, rollers, or spraying equipment.
             Keep brushes, rollers, and spraying equipment clean and free from
             contaminants and suitable for the finish required.

          E. Vary slightly the color of successive coats under the finish coat.

          F. Comply with the recommendation of the material manufacturer for drying
             time between succeeding coats.       Record re-coat times to insure
             compliance with manufactures recoat window.

          G. Sand and dust between each coat to remove defects visible from a
             distance of 5 feet.

          H. Apply finish coats smooth, free of brush marks, streaks, laps, pile-up of
             paint, runs, sags, holidays, air bubbles, and excessive roller stipple.
             Apply additional finish coats to entire surface if undercoats show through
             and to correct any defect.

          I.   Make edges of coatings adjoining other materials or colors clean and
               sharp with no overlapping.

          J.   “Stripe Coat” all sharp edges, welds or fasteners prior to applying
               successive coats.

          K. Apply graffiti inhibitor coatings in a manner that will not produce a
             noticeable discoloration on continuous or adjacent surfaces.

3.06      FINISHING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT




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          A. Refer to Finish Schedule for color coding and identification banding of
             equipment, duct work, piping and conduit.

          B. Paint shop primed equipment. Paint shop finished items occurring at
             interior areas.

          C. Remove unfinished louvers, grilles, covers, and access panels on
             mechanical and electrical components and paint separately.

          D. Prime and paint insulated and exposed pipes, conduit, boxes, insulated
             and exposed ducts, hangers, brackets, collars and supports, except
             where items are pre-finished.

          E. Paint interior surfaces of air ducts, which are visible through grilles and
             louvers with one coat of flat black paint, to visible surfaces. Paint
             dampers exposed behind louvers and grilles to match face panels.

          F. Paint exposed conduit and electrical equipment occurring in finished
             areas.

          G. Paint both sides and edges of plywood backboards for electrical and
             telephone equipment before installing equipment.

          H. Color code equipment, piping, conduit, and exposed duct work in
             accordance with requirements indicated. Color band and identify with flow
             arrows, names and numbering.

          I.   Re-install electrical cover plates, hardware, light fixture trim, escutcheons,
               and fittings removed prior to finishing.

3.07      FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

          A. Field inspection and testing will be performed under provisions of Section
             01 45 01.

          B. Surfaces judged to be unsuitable will be rejected.

          C. Supply paint application logs to CM upon request and submit complete
             logs upon delivery of material.

3.08      CLEANING

          A. Clean work under provisions of Section 01 77 19.

          B. Remove all splashed, spilled, or splattered coatings from all surfaces
             without damaging them.



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          C. Collect waste material, which may constitute a fire hazard, and place in
             an approved metal container. Remove daily from site.

3.09      SCHEDULE – SHOP PRIMED ITEMS FOR SITE FINISHING

          A. Metal Fabrications (Section refer to Division 5 sections05500): Exposed
             surfaces of lintels and support angles.

3.10      SCHEDULE – EXTERIOR SURFACES

          A. Gypsum Board, Wood, Cement Plaster Soffits (two coats of a DTM gloss
             acrylic over an acrylic primer):

              Primer: One coat of an Acrylic, water-emulsion primer

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: PrepRite ProBlock Latex Primer/Sealer, B51 Series
              2.    PPG 17-21 Seal Grip Acrylic Primer
              3.    ICI Dulux Ultra-Hide Gripper 3210-1200 Primer/Sealer
              4.    Carboline: Carbocrylic 120

              Finish: Two Coats of a 100% Acrylic, water-reducible gloss DTM coating

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: DTM Acrylic Gloss, B66-100 Series
              2.    PPG 90-374 Pitt-Tech Gloss DTM Acrylic
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devflex 4020-1000 DTM Waterborne Primer/Finish
              4.    Carboline: Carbocrylic 3359 DTM

          B. Steel and Iron – Shop or Field Primed Zinc Rich Primer (one coat VOC
             Compliant, Aliphatic, Acrylic Polyurethane, over a polyamide epoxy and
             inorganic zinc rich primer):

              Shop & Field Primer: One coat of an Inorganic, Ethyl Silicate, Zinc-Rich
              (80%+ zinc) primer

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: Zinc Clad II HS, B69VZ3
              2.    PPG 97-673 Metalhide 1001 Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer
              3.    Devoe Coatings Catha-Coat 304V0200 Alkyl Silicate Inorganic Zinc
              4.    Carboline: Carbozinc 11 VOC

              Intermediate Coat: One Coat of a Polyamide Epoxy Primer

              1.    Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy 646 Epoxy, B58-600
              2.    PPG 94-109 Epoxy Fast Dry Epoxy Primer
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devran 201 Universal Epoxy Primer
              4.    Carboline: Carboguard 888 Epoxy



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              Finish: One Coat of an Aliphatic, Acrylic Polyurethane Resin Coating

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: High Solids Polyurethane, B65-300
              2.    PPG 95-850 Pitthane 35 Gloss Urethane
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devthane 379K UVA Aliphatic Urethane Gloss
              4.    Carboline: Carbothane 134 HG

          C. Galvanized Metals – Acrylic Finish (one coat of a DTM gloss acrylic over
             a suitable galvanized metal primer)

              Primer: One Coat of a galvanized metal primer.

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: DTM Acrylic Primer/Finish B66W1
              2.    PPG 90-712 Pitt-Tech DTM Primer/Finish
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devflex 4020-1000 DTM Primer/Finish
              4.    Carboline: Carbocrylic 3358 Primer

              Finish: One Coat of a 100% Acrylic, water-reducible gloss DTM coating

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: DTM Acrylic Gloss, B66-100 Series
              2.    PPG 90-374 Pitt-Tech DTM Gloss Acrylic
              3.    Devoe Coatings 659S0100 WaterBorne Acrylic Enamel
              4.    Carboline: Carbocrylic 3359 DTM

          D. Galvanized Metals – Urethane Finish (two coats of an aliphatic, acrylic
             urethane over a suitable epoxy primer for galvanized metal)

              Primer: One Coat of epoxy suitable for galvanized metal.

              1.    Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy 646 Epoxy, B58-600
              2.    PPG 95-245 Pitt-Guard Rapid-Coat DTR Epoxy Mastic
              3.    Devoe Coatings Bar-Rust 231 Multi-Purpose Epoxy Mastic
              4.    Carboline: Carboguard 888 Epoxy

              Finish: Two Coats of an Aliphatic, Acrylic Polyurethane Resin Coating

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: High Solids Polyurethane, B65-300
              2.    PPG 95-850 Pitthane 35 Gloss Urethane
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devthane 379K UVA Aliphatic Urethane Gloss
              4.    Carboline: Carbothane 134 HG

          E. Masonry Block & Concrete Masonry Units (two acrylic coats over an
             epoxy block-filler)




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              Block Filler: One Coat of a VOC Compliant, Polyamide Block Filler

              1.    Sherwin-Williams Kem-Cati Coat HS Epoxy Filler/Sealer, B42-400
              2.    PPG 97-685 Aquapon Polyamide Epoxy Block Filler
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devran 224HS High Build Epoxy
              4.    Carboline: Sanitile 200 Series WB Epoxy Block Filler

              Finish: Two Coats of a 100% Acrylic, water-reducible gloss DTM coating

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: DTM Acrylic Gloss, B66-100 Series
              2.    PPG 90-374 Pitt-Tech DTM Gloss Acrylic
              3.    Devoe Coatings Lifemaster Pro 4216 High Performance WaterBorne
              4.    Carboline: Carbocrylic 3359 DTM

3.11      SCHEDULE – INTERIOR SURFACES

          A. Concrete, Concrete Block, Restored Masonry, Cement Plaster (two coats
             water-emulsion epoxy over an acrylic block filler)

              Block Filler: One Coat of a VOC Compliant, 100 % Acrylic Block Filler

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: Heavy Duty Block Filler, B42W46
              2.    PPG 6-7 Speedhide Int/Ext Masonry Block Filler
              3.    Devoe Coatings Bloxfil 4000-1000 Heavy Duty Acrylic Block Filler
              4.    Carboline: Carbocrylic 650 Masonry Block Filler

              Finish: Two Coats, Water-Based Epoxy

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: Dura-Pox Water-Based Epoxy, B70-500
              2.    PPG 16-551 Pitt-Glaze WB Acrylic Epoxy
              3.    Devoe Coatings Tru-Glaze 4418 Acrylic WaterBorne Epoxy
              4.    Carboline: Carboguard 954 HB

          B. Shop Primed Steel (two coats alkyd enamel over a shop primed,
             touched-up alkyd primer)

              Touch-Up Primer: VOC Compliant, Rust Inhibitive, Modified Alkyd Primer

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: Kem Kromik Universal Metal Primer, B50 Series
              2.    PPG 94-258 Alkyd Fast Dry 2.8 VOC Universal Primer
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devguard 4160-1000 Multi-Purpose Tank &
                    Structure Primer
              4.    Carboline: Carbocoat 115 SG Shop Primer

              Finish: High Gloss, VOC Compliant, Interior / Exterior Alkyd Enamel




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              1.    Sherwin-Williams: Industrial Enamel HS, B54Z Series
              2.    PPG 7-282 Int/Ext Industrial Gloss Oil
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devguard 4308 Alkyd Industrial Gloss Enamel
              4.    Carboline: Carbocoat 139 Enamel Finnish

          C   Galvanized Metals: (two coats alkyd enamel over an acrylic galvanized
              metal primer)

              Primer: VOC Compliant, Solvent-Based Acrylic Galvanized Metal Primer

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: Galvite HS, B50WZ30
              2.    PPG 90-712 Pitt-Tech DTM Primer/Finish
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devguard 4120 All Purpose Metal & Galvanized
                    Primer
              4.    Carboline: Rustbond Penetrating Sealer

              Finish: High Gloss, VOC Compliant, Interior / Exterior Alkyd Enamel

              1.    Sherwin-Williams: Industrial Enamel HS, B54Z Series
              2.    PPG 7-282 Int/Ext Industrial Gloss Oil
              3.    Devoe Coatings Devguard 4308 Alkyd Industrial Gloss Enamel
              4.    Carboline: Carboguard 139 Enamel Finish

          D   WOOD: (Composition Board, Hardboard, Cedar, Redwood, Rough-Sawn
              Cedar, Pine, Yellow Pine, Pressed Board, Particle Board)

              1.    Wood: Semi-Gloss Acrylic Finish

                    1st Coat:   S-W PrepRite Classic Primer, B28W101
                                PPG Seal Grip Sealer Primer, 17-21
                                ICI Ultra-Hide Acrylic Primer 1020-1200
                                Carboline: Carbocrylic 120

                    2nd Coat: S-W ProMar 200 Latex Semi-Gloss, B31W200 Series
                              PPG Speedhide Latex Enamel, 6-500 Series
                              ICI Ultra-Hide Interior Latex Semi-gloss interior 1416-
                              XXXX
                              Carboline: Carbocrylic 3359

                    3rd Coat:   S-W ProMar 200 Latex Semi-Gloss, B31W200 Series
                                PPG Speedhide Latex Enamel, 6-500 Series
                                ICI Ultra-Hide Interior Latex Semi-gloss interior 1416-
                                XXXX
                                Carboline: Carbocrylic 3359




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              2.    Wood: Semi-Gloss Alkyd Finish

                    1st Coat:   S-W PrepRite Wall & Wood Oil Primer/Undercoater, B49
                                PPG Speedhide Enamel Undercoater, 6-6
                                ICI Ultra-Hide Oil/Alkyd Interior wood undercoater 1120-
                                1200

                    2nd Coat: S-W ProMar 200 Alkyd Semi-Gloss, B34W200 Series
                              PPG Speedhide Alkyd Semi-Gloss Enamel, 6-1110
                              Series
                              ICI Interior oil/alkyd interior semi-gloss 1516-XXXX

                    3rd Coat:   S-W ProMar 200 Alkyd Semi-Gloss, B34W200 Series
                                PPG Speedhide Alkyd Semi-Gloss Enamel, 6-1110
                                Series
                                ICI Interior oil/alkyd interior semi-gloss 1516-XXXX

              3.    Wood: Stained & Finished Transparent Finish

                    1st Coat:   S-W Wood Classics Interior Oil Stain, A49 Series
                                (Optional)
                                PPG REZ Interior Stain Oil, 77-560
                                ICI Woodpride Interior Oil wood finish 1700-XXXX

                    2nd Coat: S-W Wood Classics FastDry Sanding Sealer, B26V43
                              PPG Speedhide Sanding Sealer, 6-10
                              ICI Woodpride Interior Polyurethane Gloss Varnish
                              1908- XXXX

                    3rd Coat:   S-W Wood Classics FastDry Varnish, Gloss or Satin A66
                                Series
                                PPG REZ Interior Polyurethane Gloss, Low VOC, 77-85
                                ICI Woodpride Interior Polyurethane Gloss Varnish
                                1908- XXXX

          E. DRYWALL (Walls, Ceilings, Gypsum Board, Wood Pulp Board, Plaster
             Board, etc.)

              1.    Gypsum Drywall: Semi-Gloss Acrylic Finish

                    1st Coat:   S-W PrepRite 200 Latex Primer, B28W200
                                PPG Speedhide Interior Latex Sealer Quick Drying, 6-2
                                (ICI Dulux Ultra Latex Basecoat primer 1000-1200
                                Carboline: Carbocrylic 120

                    2nd Coat: S-W ProMar 200 Latex Semi-Gloss, B31W200 Series



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                                PPG Speedhide Latex Enamel, 6-500 Series
                                ICI Ultra-Hide Interior Latex Semi-gloss 1416-XXXX
                                Carboline: Carbocrylic 3359

                    3rd Coat:   S-W ProMar 200 Latex Semi-Gloss, B31W200 Series
                                PPG Speedhide Latex Enamel, 6-500 Series
                                ICI Ultra-Hide Interior Latex Semi-gloss 1416-XXXX
                                Carboline: Carbocrylic 3359

              2.    Gypsum Drywall: Flat Acrylic Finish

                    1st Coat:   S-W PrepRite 200 Latex Primer, B28W200
                                PPG Speedhide Interior Latex Sealer Quick Drying, 6-2
                                ICI Dulux Ultra Latex Basecoat primer 1000-1200

                    2nd Coat: S-W ProMar 200 Latex Flat, B30W200 Series
                              PPG Speedhide Interior Flat Latex, 6-70
                              ICI Ultra-Hide Interior Latex Flat 1210-XXXX

                    3rd Coat:   S-W ProMar 200 Latex Flat, B30W200 Series
                                PPG Speedhide Interior Flat Latex, 6-70
                                ICI Ultra-Hide Interior Latex Flat 1210-XXXX




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