ECOBOND LBP 5-gal. Lead Based Paint Sealant and Treatment Latex Primer-ECO-LBP-1005-P - The Home Depot
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Model # ECO-LBP-1005-P

Internet # 202830400

Store SKU # 327975

5-gal. Lead Based Paint Sealant and Treatment Latex Primer

ECOBOND LBP 5-gal. Lead Based Paint Sealant and Treatment Latex Primer

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$240.00 / each


Model # ECO-LBP-1005-P

Internet # 202830400

Store SKU # 327975

Eco bond LBP 5-gal. Latex primer, a unique sealant and treatment formula for lead based paint mitigation, is now easy, safe, and inexpensive for both contractors and homeowners. The easy one step Paint it on and leave it on formula readily adheres to most lead paint surfaces, providing an eco-protective sealant and lead treatment. When used prior to renovation, repair and painting (RRP) activities, remediation and demolition, or lead paint stabilization, Eco bond LBP creates a layer that binds lead dust, supporting final clean certification, minimizes health and safety hazards, and greatly simplifies cleanup. The flexibility of Eco bond LBP allows for (1) the application of a top coat to leave in place or (2) removal and non-hazardous environmentally protective waste for disposal. The active ingredient of Eco bond LBP that binds the lead will create a rough final finish. As commercial contractors have discovered nationwide, only Eco bond LBP provides a sealant and treatment solution for commercial and industrial LBP activities.

  • Easy to use,apply with brush, roller or airless sprayer
  • Average dry to touch is 2-4 hours, average time to apply top coat by brush or roller is 24-48 hours, high humidity will require additional time for drying before application of top coat
  • Use on wide variety of surfaces including (but not limited to) wood, stucco, masonry, asphalt, cement, brick and most metallic surfaces, designed to readily adhere to most painted surfaces, regardless of use, as a sealant or as a latex primer with a top coat
  • Low VOC acrylic interior/exterior latex base primer formula contains paint additives to provide good adhesion over lead based paint surfaces, assist with penetration into substrate and resist mold and mildew growth
  • Active ingredient of Ecobond LBP creates a rough final finish
  • Prior to use, re-mix for 1 minute per gallon, if desired consistency is not achieved, may add up to 2 percent water by weight
  • 1 gallon covers up to 300 sq ft at typical 6-8 mil wet thickness, based on surface porosity,minimal surface preparation required - surface must be dry,extra care should be exercised when surface conditions have oil, epoxy or other similar types of coating
  • Do not apply at temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit or within 8 hours of anticipated precipitation
  • When used as recommended, ECOBOND LBP regularly reduces airborne lead during renovation, repair or demolition by up to 99% and treats lead to reduce lead hazards by typically over 95% for eco-protective disposal
  • Manufacturer recommends first applying ECOBOND LBP to a test area
  • Easy clean-up with warm soapy water
  • Subject to or will include a PaintCare recycling fee in the following states: CA, CT, OR, RI, VT
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Subject to or will include a PaintCare recycling fee in the following states: CA, CT, OR, RI, VT, MN

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Soap & Water 
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Primer Sealer 
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UV Resistant 
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Coverage We tried this on a 3bd/2ba 1940s fix-up with some lead paint and mildew concerns and it worked great on both the interior and exterior. When we opened the pails, there was some separation with a thick base and about a half inch of liquid on top, but it mixed out well and applied easily. The ecobond covered the walls really well and accepted the satin topcoat well with no streaks or bleeding through. We were going to prime the kitchen cabinets, too (they were painted and in poor condition), but we decided to replace all the cabinets and left a natural finish. We also were planning to contract for exterior vinyl siding, but it was easier to prime with ecobond and paint with behr ourselves. August 30, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best option for lead abatement! I had purchased this product from the manufacturer 2 or 3 year ago and my painting contractor continues to use it on historic properties. This product actually penetrates lead paint and chemically changes it to lead phosphate which is harmless. You can apply the product, wait the required time and then sand to bare wood if you want. When faced with building scaffolding, wrapping (multiple times) a 3 story Victorian with specially EPA approved plastic, and multiple hazmat suits for painters, this was definitely the only option for me. It's a good idea if you're a diy'er and have lead paint, use this product. If you're a contractor working where EPA agents can give you a nearly $40,000 fine, this stuff is priceless. It's also priceless for your customer when compared to EPA approved paint abatement. June 7, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Satisfied This product worked reasonably well. I wish the description had been more clear about the fact that it has a distinct texture. However, it covered thickly, and very close to how much the barrel indicated it should. It certainly had almost no odor which was great since we had to apply so much of it to cover all of our old lead painted walls. May 15, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It was the only lead based primer I could order. Not sure! It came promptly and when I opened it, it was very thick. After painting half of what I needed to I realized it was leaving a med grade sandpaper texture! Not only that but it didn't really leave a solid coat, but one very sheer. I ended up resanding everything after I was done. Was the sandpaper texture necessary? I do see now that it is in the description but I'll replace the trim before I do this again. August 3, 2013
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