Product Description

Legacy 1850 is a premium plus 100% acrylic enamel for interior and exterior surfaces. This premium plus enamel provides block resistance with excellent scrubbability and durability and is formulated with outstanding weathering characteristics. Legacy 1850 is designed to be used in areas where oil based products were previously required and is a premium choice on woodwork and cabinetry. Legacy 1850 can be used in food and beverage areas, restrooms, doors, trim and substrates where a superior hard gloss finish is desired.

NOTE: This product contains ingredients which resist the growth of mircrobes on the surface of the paint film.

Interior / Exterior • 100% Acrylic Enamel

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SKU: legacy-1850 Category:
SCAQMD - complies with Rule 1113, Architectural Coating
LEED - complies with LEED 2009 and LEEDv4 - Low Emitting Materials
CDPH Section 01350 - tested and passed
MPI - #119

MPI Approved #119 MPI Green
Recommended Uses
Properly primed drywall, concrete, masonry, wood and metal.
Bases: 1, 2, 3 & Architectural White
Quarts, one and five gallon containers
Gloss, sheen @ 60° = 78 - 82 %
Surface Preparation
WARNING! Removal of old paint by sanding, scraping or other means may generate dust or fumes that contain lead. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children or pregnant women. Controlling exposure to lead or other hazardous substances requires the use of proper protective equipment, such as a properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) and proper containment and cleanup. For more information, call the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD (in US) or contact your local health authority. To ensure proper adhesion, the surface to be painted must be free of dirt, dust, oil, grease, wax, rust, and any other surface contaminants. Clean surface using an appropriate cleaner. Rinse thoroughly and allow to dry. Sand or scrape surface to remove any loose paint and to smooth old surfaces. Dull glossy surfaces by using 150 grit sandpaper. Fill cracks and holes with spackling paste to smooth uneven areas. When dry, sand and remove sanding dust.

Drywall: Wipe with a damp cloth to remove dust. Allow to dry. Fill cracks & holes with spackling compound and sand smooth. Joint compound must be cured and sanded smooth. Remove all sanding dust.

Masonry, Concrete Block: All new surfaces must be cured according to the supplier’s recommendations—usually at least 30 days – and have a pH between 7 and 10. Remove all form release and curing agents, efflorescence, salts, laitance, and other foreign matter. Patch cracks and holes with an appropriate filler. Rough surfaces may be filled to provide a smooth surface.

Plaster: All new surfaces must be hard and cured according to the supplier’s recommendations—usually at least 30 days. Treat textured, soft, porous, or powdery plaster with a solution of 1 pint household vinegar to 1 gallon of water. Repeat until the surface is hard, rinse with water and allow to dry.

Wood, Pre-Primed Fiberboard, Hardboard, Plywood: Sand any exposed wood to a fresh smooth surface. Patch all holes and imperfections with a wood filler or putty and sand smooth. Remove all sanding dust.

Aluminum and Galvanized Metal: Wash with appropriate cleaner to remove any oil, grease, or other surface contamination using a water-based cleanerdegreaser. Remove all corrosion with sandpaper, steel wool, or other abrading method.

Caulking: Fill gaps between walls, ceilings, crown moldings, and other trim with latex or siliconized latex caulk after priming the surface.

Mildew: Remove before painting by washing with a solution of 1 part liquid bleach and 3 parts water. Apply the solution and scrub the mildewed area. Allow the solution to remain on the mildewed area for 10 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with water and allow surface to dry before painting. Wear protective eyewear, waterproof gloves, and protective clothing. Quickly wash off any of the mixture that comes in contact with your skin.

1110 SEAL IT: Drywall (New / Existing).
1040 MASONRY PRE-COAT: Concrete, Masonry.
1420 ONE PRIME: Wood (Exterior/Interior), Ferrous Metal, Non-Ferrous Metal.
Temperature: (air, surface, and material) 12.8°C (55°F) and relative humidity below 80%.
Airless Spray: Pressure - 2000 psi, Tip - .015”-.019”, Reduction - Not necessary.
Conventional Spray: Air Pressure - 40 - 60 psi, Fluid Pressure - 20 psi, Tip - 704/FX,
Reduction: Up to 473 ml water / gallon.
Brush: Brush - Nylon / Polyester, Reduction - Not recommended.
Roller: Cover - 6 mm - 19 mm (1/4” - 3/4”) synthetic, Reduction - Not recommended.
Drying Time
Touch: 2 hours
Recoat: 8 hours
300-400 square feet per gallon, depending on surface
Mil Thickness
Wet - 4.2
Dry - 1.5
Use at package consistency. If thinning is required, use water sparingly.
Titanium Dioxide 20.5%
Acrylic Resin 25.3%, Additives 9.1%, Water 45.6%

Weights & Measurements +/-3.0%
Solids by Volume: 37.0%
Solids by Weight: 47.1%
VOC: 42 g/l
Weight Per Gal: 10.3 lbs.
Viscosity: 100 - 104 KU