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ECOBOND LBP

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Internet #202830398

1 gal. Lead Defender PRO Off White Flat Interior/Exterior Paint and Primer Lead Paint Sealant and Treatment

$49.97 /each

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ECOBOND LBP Lead Defender PRO is specially formulated for professional use by commercial/industrial contractors to lower costs of lead paint projects (typically 30%-50%) while protecting workers and occupants from lead paint hazards. For use on interior and exterior surfaces; ECOBOND LBP Lead Defender PRO is applied as an all-in-one interior primer and topcoat, exterior primer, and as a lead dust sealant to control the spread of airborne lead; and is also ideal for sealing and treating lead dust and lead paint prior to encapsulation or lead paint component disposal. ECOBOND LBP Lead Defender PRO addresses the hazards of Lead Based Paint in an easy to use, safe, and environmentally protective acrylic latex paint. ECOBOND LBP Lead Defender PRO combines patented lead treatment reagents, paint penetrators, paint softeners, and the best professional-grade quality latex paint to penetrate, bond, seal and treat existing lead paint applications and control the spread of airborne lead. ECOBOND LBP PRO provides superior adhesion and "hide," advanced human bioavailability reduction, resistance to acid rain, low odor, low VOC, quick dry resin, and firm anchorage.

  • Quick drying; dries to a flat, smooth white finish, tintable
  • High quality paint for superior adhesion and "hide"; Adheres to most properly prepared surfaces
  • Durable smooth finish that is mold/mildew resistant (ASTM D5590-00 Mod), fire resistant (ASTM E84), and Acid Rain Resistant (EPA Method 1312)
  • Unique and patented ability to seal and treat lead; reduces lead hazards up to 95% (EPA 1311), reduces airborne lead dust up to 99% (ASTM E1613-12)
  • Provides human health protection with advanced lead treatment that reduces human bioavailability up to 75% (EPA 9200.1-86)
  • Covers up to 300 sf/gal.
  • Easy application using roller, brush, or airless sprayer (recommended tip size .021 - .033); soap and water cleanup
  • Apply in a single coat 4-6 mil wet for typical application or incrementally layered up to 12 mil wet for higher concentrations of lead
  • Low odor, low VOCs
  • Uses include offices, retail/commercial/industrial facilities, DOT structures, schools, and residential
  • Acceptable for use by US EPA and HUD in all 50 states as a lead paint stabilization and lead paint interim control (42 USC 63A 4851b(13)) action.
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Is this a fully certified encapsulant that is accepted as a permanent form of lead abatement with proper application?

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Ecobond is approved in all 50 States as an Interim Control Application. While encapsulates fail to treat, Ecobond is used not only to treat existing lead paint applications, yet suppress lead dust particulates in addition to rendering lead waste as non-hazardous for disposal. Any additional questions, please contact us directly. http://www.ecobondlbp.com/residential/what-is-ecobond-lbp Read More
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Ecobond is approved in all 50 States as an Interim Control Application. While encapsulates fail to treat, Ecobond is used not only to treat existing lead paint applications, yet suppress lead dust particulates in addition to rendering lead waste as non-hazardous for disposal. Any additional questions, please contact us directly. http://www.ecobondlbp.com/residential/what-is-ecobond-lbp ECOBOND®LBP, LLC
Arvada, CO.
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Ecobond is a sealant that is approved in all 50 States as an Interim Control application. Unlike encapsulates, Ecobond actually treats existing lead paint applications in addition to suppressing the lead dust particulates and rendering lead waste as non hazardous for disposal. If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact us directly. Read More
Ecobond is a sealant that is approved in all 50 States as an Interim Control application. Unlike encapsulates, Ecobond actually treats existing lead paint applications in addition to suppressing the lead dust particulates and rendering lead waste as non hazardous for disposal. If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact us directly. http://www.ecobondlbp.com/residential/what-is-ecobond-lbp ECOBOND®LBP, LLC
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Per the product info, yes. I would suggest reading that info but that is why I chose it.
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See manufacturer's website: http://www.ecobondlbp.com/
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June 15, 2016
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Ecobond is approved in all 50 States as an Interim Control Method that safely seals, treats and renders lead non-hazardous for disposal. Used in Remodeling, Renovation and Painting - RRP (Residential and Commercial Structures)
Interior primer and tintable topcoat (walls, doors, cabinets, and trim), Exterior primer (siding, trim, and exterior structures), Renovation, Maintenance and Demolition(Industrial
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Ecobond is approved in all 50 States as an Interim Control Method that safely seals, treats and renders lead non-hazardous for disposal. Used in Remodeling, Renovation and Painting - RRP (Residential and Commercial Structures)
Interior primer and tintable topcoat (walls, doors, cabinets, and trim), Exterior primer (siding, trim, and exterior structures), Renovation, Maintenance and Demolition(Industrial Buildings, Bridges, Tanks, etc.)
Prevent the spread of lead dust, treat lead dust. Treat lead in lead paint for non-hazardous disposal Prior to Lead Paint Component Removal
Use ECOBOND® LBP to seal and treat lead dust and lead paint prior to component removal. Through proper application of ECOBOND® LBP, removed and collected solid waste will typically provide eco-friendly disposal as non-hazardous for lead. As disposal and sampling requirements vary by state and locality, check with your local agencies for additional requirements.
Interim Control
ECOBOND® LBP is allowed for use in all 50 states as Lead Paint Interim Control (42 USC 63A 4851b(13)), check your local requirements.
Lead Dust and Lead Paint Treatment
ECOBOND® LBP is specially formulated to address lead dust and lead paint issues. Its patented formula chemically converts lead in lead paint and lead dust to provide stabilization that virtually eliminates leaching of lead to the environment allowing for lower cost, non-hazardous, eco-friendly waste disposal; reduces lead hazards up to 95%; and improves worker/occupant safety. Ecobond, Lead Defender. ECOBOND®LBP, LLC. Arvada, CO. 720-463-3077 / 888-520-7132 Read Less
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Is there any supporting evidence that this product actually makes lead-painted surfaces safer to work with? Safer than painting over with any other latex paint? Most of the reviews support its ability to adhere to leaded paint, but say nothing about this product's primary selling point - "treatment".
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Ecobond, Lead Defender® Paint is used as a leave on application to seal and treat lead in addition for removal practices both treating and sealing lead prior to disposal. Used on numerous projects nationwide, Ecobond Lead, Defender® using EPA test methods not only treats and seals lead but is responsible for reducing the bio-availability, leaching, and suppressing the harmful lead dust particulates Read More
Ecobond, Lead Defender® Paint is used as a leave on application to seal and treat lead in addition for removal practices both treating and sealing lead prior to disposal. Used on numerous projects nationwide, Ecobond Lead, Defender® using EPA test methods not only treats and seals lead but is responsible for reducing the bio-availability, leaching, and suppressing the harmful lead dust particulates during RRP by up to 99% (EPA method 1311). In addition, due to the ECOBOND®LBP patented natural phosphate reagent reduces the bio-availability by up to 75% (EPA 9200.1-86 non-fasting pH 2.2). This not only assists in Lead Safe Practice Rules, but RCRA and Air Quality Sample Compliance readings as well, thus potentially saving thousands in hazardous disposal fees. Please contact us directly should you have any additional questions. 303-456-6977. pbarthel@ecobondlbp.com. Ecobondlbp.com Read Less
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See manufacturer's website http://www.ecobondlbp.com/
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I only purchased it for this reason after looking at the website. We also passed a lead swipe test.
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April 13, 2016
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Supported claims using EPA test methods! The one you refer to can be found on our bioavailability test results. http://www.ecobondlbp.com/residential/what-is-ecobond-lbp ECOBOND®LBP, LLC
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http://www.ecobondlbp.com/contractors/what-is-ecobond-lbp#test-results
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if you want another finish or color than flat white, can you paint over this product with other paints?

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Absolutely; in fact I painted over mine with exterior white high gloss.
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There's answers to all your questions on the manufacturers website http://www.ecobondlbp.com/
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July 6, 2016
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Ecobond can in fact be used for interior either as a primer or finish coat. For exterior it is suggested for primer use only. Hope this helps. Please contact us directly with any additional questions. ECOBOND®LBP, LLC
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July 5, 2016
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Yes, you will need to paint over this product.
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Can you use this to put over lead paint surfaces. I need paint to go over window sills and placez with lead paint chips

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That appears to be the purpose from the product info, and it's what I did. I didn't want to and risk breathing in the dust, so I just chipped off lose paint and then painted over it, and topped that with conventional paint.
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See manufacturer's site for answers: http://www.ecobondlbp.com/
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April 13, 2016
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Most definitely! You have touched on only one of the many benefits by using Ecobond. While it renders lead waste as non hazardous for disposal, it also can be used as a leave on specialty paint application to seal and treat existing lead paint applications. ECOBOND®LBP, LLC
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January 26, 2016
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That is what I used the product for. I used two coats on areas that were heavily chipped or had thick layers of lead paint. Appears to have adhered and sealed it up well and I then painted over the dried sealer with standard white trim paint.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT PRODUCT !! Goes on very easy, seals EXCELLENT !!!! This is a wonderful solution if you have lead paint or if you are just wondering if you do. It is just a top of the line quality paint. I would highly recommend to everyone. It is only sold on line but ships fast and Home Depot sends an email of when it will arrive. Wish they did sell it in the stores! I am in rural area and older homes - you never know what has been used before. I would think in urban rental market this would be must to use. Great peace of mind using it to be safe. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Covering lead paint I had researched several options for dealing with the lead paint on an older house we own. This paint was exactly what I was looking for. It spread on easily with brush and roller. It covered the amount of sq ft as stated. The smell is minimal. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easier method of dealing with lead paint Without the means to test for lead paint, but assuming its presence from the age of the house and condition of paint, I used this paint treatment, which was as easy to apply as paint and hopefully as effective in neutralizing the lead as scraping and sanding, without the attendant risks in those methods. I painted over it for appearance's sake. I allowed the treatment to dry 12 hours before painting. The treatment gums up the brush fairly quickly but the brush washes out easily with water only. This was used on exterior trim and not on large areas, and was used over areas with minimal scraping. August 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I'm satisfied Seemed to do the job, I feel like I can rest a little easier. August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Gloppy finish I can't speak to how well this product does its intended job of treating lead paint (perhaps that deserves a higher rating) but the consistency of the paint was very gritty and made for a very poor finish on interior woodwork. According to the Ecobond website, there is a newer formula of this product (called Lead Defender Pro) that is supposed to be smoother, lower VOC and less costly too. It was hard to tell what version I had purchased from Home Depot, but I concluded based on stated VOCs that it was most likely the older formulation. The grit drove the painter crazy and the finish was disappointing. May 4, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by paint didnot work Removed a lot of old paint chips that could possibly be removed.Cleaned off all surfaces using wet cleaner..Gave it 2 coats of this product and did not pass inspection..Said I needed to remove all paint completely ,down to the wood..I did all this by directions...Not satisfied..A lot of work I did.. It did apply easily no problem with that.. Inspector said it would eventually weather off after a years or so..Now since I have to do it all over and stripped down to the wood I will use regular primer and regular paint.. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked just fine The product went on like an ordinary primer, albeit a little thicker. Good coverage, no odor June 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Application Finally no texture!! Purchased Ecobond two years ago for our porch, while this time found lead in our family room. While the old formula worked great it had texture. Someone finally got smart and it now has a smooth finish. We were also pleasantly surprised when it passed a lead swipe test. Great product guys!! May 17, 2016
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