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ECOBOND LBP

Model ECO-LBP-1005-P

Internet #202830400

Store SKU #327975

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

$240.00 /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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How do I remove outdoor lead-basaed paint using Ecobond? House is 100 yrs old and has been painted many times, paint flaking off now.

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House is 3.5 stories high and has been painted many times over the 100 yrs. Paint is flaking off in some spots.Front of ouse only & it has wood shaker-like shingles. I'd like to paint it myself. Do I paint Ecebond on and then scrape the loose paint or should I scrap it first after wetting and then apply Ecobond and the scrape it again. I might do the job myself as the owner. I'm in PA.
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Understand no paint will work over those poor areas which may be flaking, peeling, or chipping. An old painters rule of thumb is your top coat is only as durable as its base coat. Having said that, you can in fact use Ecobond prior to removal in those poor areas whereupon it can then be removed. The advantage of course is it not only suppresses the lead dust particles, yet renders the lead waste as non Read More
Understand no paint will work over those poor areas which may be flaking, peeling, or chipping. An old painters rule of thumb is your top coat is only as durable as its base coat. Having said that, you can in fact use Ecobond prior to removal in those poor areas whereupon it can then be removed. The advantage of course is it not only suppresses the lead dust particles, yet renders the lead waste as non hazardous for disposal. Once you have a sound, clean prepped surface you can then go back over with Ecobond as a primer for exterior applications or for either a primer or finish coat for those interior jobs. Let's not forget many times over the course of years while you may have removed all the layers of lead paint, it most likely has mitigated into the substrate regardless. Until next time. Ecobondlbp.com/708-715-3927 Read Less
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good... This is a very expensive product... for a paint. It's a very cheap product for a lead paint encapsulant. I've found it fairly difficult to work with, even though I bought the "Pro" (better surface finish) version. It paints on like Elmer's Glue - extremely thick and hard to get a good surface texture. HOWEVER, I'm still very pleased with it. Why? First, I've confirmed that no lead is coming through the finish. Second, this product's thickness is an advantage when covering an old, less-than-perfect paint. I removed any loose material prior to using this product, but still had plenty of poor texture from the paint left on the surface. This product covered all of that up enough that my next coat should produce the finish I want. Moreover, it's so thick it actually has good gap-filling properties - the manufacturer doesn't specify this, but nail holes and other imperfections are no problem. It fills them with minimal shrinkage. Although the manufacturer does specify that this can be sprayed with an airless sprayer, I had the best success with brushing, then top-coating with a sprayed-on acrylic exterior paint for a final finish. I'm very pleased with the overall result. It's too early to tell how long this will last, but if I've bought even a few years' more life out of the current porch, it will have been money well spent. May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ecobond Lbp The coverage isn't that great but it seems to work well enough, went to other stores to find similar products they didn't have them available because of the VOC's, it pours and goes on like a paste, overall satisfied with the procedure, wish it was a little cheaper March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Led based paint. Love it. Easy to use and covers well. Just remember that it's a paint product and it's all about your prep. March 8, 2016
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 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
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
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