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PerfectPrimer safely seals and primes difficult and dangerous substances such as asbestos mastic, black mastics, cutback glue, failed soy gels, and lead paint, without disturbing them. PerfectPrimer does not require any removal of mastics by grinding or sanding, or expensive, messy, and dangerous treatments such as soy gels, mastic removers, and glue strippers.
PerfectPrimer primes surfaces for your choice of:
- Acrylic latex paint
- Decorative cements
- Thin-set + Tile
- Self-leveling cement
- Glue down / self-stick flooring
PerfectPrimer can be applied directly over sealers left behind after asbestos abatement projects, as well as over concrete, wood, painted surfaces, sheetrock, epoxy, sheet vinyl, tile(including VCT tile, asbestos tile, and tile glue), asbestos or lead-painted shingles, and most other surfaces.
PerfectPrimer and PerfectPaint are the only safe, legal, and effective methods of treating asbestos mastics within EPA guidelines, without the lengthy, expensive process of asbestos abatement.
Features and Benefits:
- Seals cutback glues and asbestos mastics without the need for scraping, grinding, solvents, soy gels, or removal of mastics
- Meets EPA safety guidelines to seal mastics without disturbing them
- Safe and Nontoxic; no harmful VOCs
- Comes with our PerfectCleaner floor prep treatment that safely cleans and prepares the floor for applying PerfectPrimer Products
- Saves time and money
- No mixing required
- Cleans up with water
Winner of the Hanley Woods Readers Choice award for Best Product 2007
How to use PerfectPrimer:
Remove any debris from the floor such as dust, rubble, and any loose or broken tiles.
Wash floor with PerfectCleaner and rinse with clean water.
Apply first coat of PerfectPrimer. Allow 12 hours to dry.
If floor requires patching, apply patching cement and/or 100% acrylic caulk as needed.
Apply second coat of PerfectPrimer. Allow 24 hours to cure.
Apply your paint, epoxy, modified cement, or adhesives.
Should I use PerfectPrimer or PerfectPaint?
|Creates a primed surface ready for new coatings.||Creates a finished, walkable paint surface.|
|Seals wood, VCT and VAT tile, concrete, and black asbestos mastics.||Seals wood, VCT and VAT tile, concrete, and black asbestos mastics.|
|Prepares floors for new paint, tile, epoxy, or decorative/leveling cements.||Prepares floors for new carpet, floating wood/vinyl flooring, laminate flooring, or sheet vinyl.|
PerfectPrimer®Bond any coating to any substrate without grinding… for less than 35 cents per sf.
Surface Prep in one just one step.
|During: Apply PerfectPrimer||Apply paint or finish coating
|Bond your overlay and epoxies to even the most difficult surfaces.||Applies by roller, spray or brush. ||Bonds to acrylic, urethane,
modified cements, or epoxy.
|Including: adhesives, ceramic tile, sealed concrete, VCT, epoxy, paint, masonry, and wood, etc.||Reduces surface prep time by 90%.||Complete surface prep.|
|Balances substrate pH for superior long term adhesion.||No mixing needed. Non-Toxic. Low odor. Easy water clean up.||Eliminates disposal of soy gels and grinding debris.|
|Primes and seals in slab laitance.||Eliminates the need to water prime, acid etch and neutralize.||Specified for concrete overlay, and epoxy coatings systems.|
|For use indoors and out.||Does not disturb asbestos glue or tile.||Replaces the need for grinding or building a new slab|
PerfetcPrimer over asbestos mastic
PerfectPrimer over VCT tile
PerfectPrimer over Wood Floor
Warehouse: PerfectPrimer with new epoxy
Safari West: Perfect Primer Over Epoxy Floor
Tile and Cutback Glue on Concrete Floor
When Lisa Murray decided to replace her old basement carpet and install an epoxy coating, it did not seem at first to be a complicated project. She had a contractor remove the old carpet. What she then discovered were 9″x9″ VCT tiles glued to the floor.
One of the tiles were loose, and it revealed a black mastic glue that held the tiles in place.
The contractor told her that this cutback glue would have to be removed if she wanted to put her epoxy or painted floor. He also explained that since this house was over 40 years old, that the glue most likely contained asbestos as well. This would require an abatement contractor to remove it, at an estimated cost of $ 5,000.00-$9,000.00.
Lisa spoke with other contractors who said that they could grind up or use soy gel to remove the glue. What they did not tell her was that removal would be messy, expensive, toxic, illegal, and could leave her with a floor that still could not be coated with epoxy.
Lisa did not like the direction this project was taking. She wanted a safer, simpler and more economical solution. After speaking with an engineer and visiting Inspectapedia.com, she decided to take his advice to seal, and prime the mastic without disturbing it, as OSHA recommends.
She purchased PerfectPrimer from Specialty Solutions Manufacturing, Inc. Her and a friend washed the floor, then rolled on the PerfectPrimer. After that her contractor returned to install her epoxy floor.
She cleaned the floor, then replaced the loose VCT tiles areas with new tiles. She could have applied the PerfectPrimer over the cutback glue directly, but since most of the VCT tiles were tight, so she chose not to do so. Application of the PerfectPrimer ran smoothly and was painted on using a trim brush and roller in just one coat.
Cost & Time Savings:
Her contractor estimated at least $15 per sq. ft. to remove the asbestos, then resurface the floor with new cement so it would be ready for an epoxy coating. With her 1,000 sq. ft. basement, that would have cost almost $15,000.00, and taken a few weeks.
The cost of the PerfectPrimer was less than $400.00, and she rolled it on herself, in one day.
Lisa saved over 90% of the time and money for the project, and never exposed herself or her family to dangerous asbestos. In addition, her project met OSHA and EPA guidelines to not disturb the asbestos glue,
PerfectPrimer was supplied by Specialty Solutions Manufacturing, a leader in the paints and coatings industry providing the highest-quality paints, coatings and environmental remediation solutions for the architectural and building industries.
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