Lead Stop Encapsulate 5 Gallons
- Seals and Effectively Blocks In Lead Paint
- Long Lasting Barrier Over Lead Based Paints
- Encapsulating Lead Paint Protects Children
- Eliminates Danger of Old Lead Paint Peeling
- Approved by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.
- Lead Paint Encapsulation Seal of Approval by D.L. Litter Laboratories
- Easy to Use: Apply, Let dry and Paint Over Lead Based Paint
- Coverage: 125 Square Feet Per Gallon
Lead Stop Encapsulating Compound is a protective elastomeric coating that will provide a long lasting barrier over all lead based paint. When applied according to directions, Lead Stop Encapsulate will provide an effective barrier coat that seals, encapsulates and blocks in lead that is contained in old lead based paints on previously painted surfaces.
Lead Stop Encapsulate protects the existing lead painted surfaces from further deterioration. It has been specifically formulated to resist cracking from impact, surface movement and age. Lead Stop will provide long-term protection from the dangers of lead paint and protect children from the dangers of cracking and peeling lead paint.
Lead Stop Encapsulate has earned the prestigious Seal of Approval for lead abatement from D.L. Litter Laboratories. Lead Stop Encapsulate is also recognized safe and effective by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. Lead Stop is a name you can count on for proper lead paint encapsulation.
Apply Lead Stop Encapsulate at a rate of 125 square feet per gallon. Apply second coat if greater dry film thickness is desired. A 14 mil. wet application will yield a nominal 6 mil. dry film thickness. The lead encapsulating coating should dry to the touch in approximately 4 to 6 hours. At that time a second coat may be applied if necessary. Allow up to 24 hours for final curing. At that time the lead painted surface is safe and ready to be painted.If you have lead paint in your home or business you need to consider the benefits of lead paint encapsulation before you consider painting over the lead based paint and just "cosmetically hiding your problem.
Application Instructions: For encapsulation of lead-paint on walls, ceilings, trim and other surfaces use brush, roller or other airless piston-type spray equipment with tip size 0.015-0.023 inches (e.g., Greco Ultra 1000 Electronic Sprayer). Prior to application clean the desired surface and make sure it is dry and free of all foreign matter including dust, grease, oil, mildew, glue size, calcimine, wax, soap, loose paint, etc. Patch and repair irregularities in surfaces with prepared vinyl patch or appropriate patching compound. Do not apply the product when temperatures are below 50 degrees F.Apply Lead Stop at a rate of 125 square feet per gallon. Apply second coat if greater dry film thickness is desired. A 14 mil wet application will yield a nominal 6 mil dry film thickness. The coating should dry to the touch in approximately 4 to 6 hours. At that time a second coat may be applied if necessary. Allow up to 24 hours for final curing. At that time surface is ready to be painted.