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Questions and Answers for BEHR PREMIUM 1 gal. #MS-82 Cobblestone Grey Elastomeric Masonry, Stucco and Brick Exterior Paint

Internet #204166342

Model #06801

Store SKU #197382

  • For stucco, masonry, concrete, concrete block and metal surfaces
  • Bridges hairline cracks on vertical masonry surfaces
  • Extremely durable, mildew and dirt-resistant

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Q:I have an old house that has what I believe are concrete stucco walls that were whitewashed 30 to 40 years ago. Do I need any specific preparation before using the Elastomeric paint for Masonry, Stucco & Brick paint?
by|Mar 14, 2024
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A:  Hi Frank, thank you for your question. To prepare your surface for our Elastomeric Masonry, Stucco & Brick Paint, I recommend making sure that the surface is clean and in good sound condition. If you have any cracks wider than 1/16" (1.5 mm), that will need to be repaired before priming the uncoated, patched, or chalky areas. Please feel free to reach out to us directly if you have any other questions. -Lina

by|Mar 14, 2024
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    Q:I’m not looking for a long explanation as I am old. I just want a clear answer. My house is vinyl siding with what appears to be a cinderblock base/foundation. I want to repaint the cinderblock. Will this work or do I need another ‘type’ of paint?
    by|Mar 7, 2024
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    A:  Hi TracyC, thank you for your question. Our Elastomeric Masonry, Stucco, & Brick Paint can be applied over cinderblock that does not have vinyl siding applied over it. However, if you're trying to paint vinyl that has been installed over cinderblock, we do not recommend using our Elastomeric Paint as it's not recommended for vinyl surfaces. Please feel free to reach out to us directly if you have any other questions. -Lina

    by|Mar 7, 2024
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      Q:Can’t it be used by fireplace
      by|Feb 29, 2024
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      A:  Hi Lucy, thanks for the question. Our Elastomeric Paint isn't recommeded to be used on the interior of the home. If this is an outdoor fireplace, you can apply the Elastomeric Paint to the exterior brick as long as the surface temperature doesn't exceed 140 degrees. Temperatures higher than that can cause the paint to fail prematurely. Have a great day! -Ronald

      by|Mar 30, 2024
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        Q:I see in the Question and Answers a past question regarding application with a sprayer (HVLP). Most sprayers require dilution of the product. Can this product be diluted for spray on application and still hold up to the warranty? What is recommended?
        by|Feb 27, 2024
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        A:  Hi Oscada, thank you for your question. We do not recommend thinning the Elastomeric Paint. It can be sprayed with an airless sprayer at package consistency using a .025-.029" tip at a minimum of 2,500 PSI. Have a great day! -Giovanna

        by|Apr 12, 2024
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          Q:Can this be sprayed through a 0.017 spray tip?
          by|Feb 27, 2024
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          A:  Hi Alex, thank you for your question. As it turns out, the recommended tip size when spraying the Elastomeric Masonry, Stucco, and Brick Paint is .025"-.029". Have a great day! - Randy

          by|Feb 27, 2024
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            Q:How many square foot it will cover for 5 gallon elastomeric paint
            by|Feb 27, 2024
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            A:  Hi Migs, thank you for your question. A 5-gallon container of the Elastomeric Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint covers 375-625 square feet. Have a great day! - Randy

            by|Feb 27, 2024
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              Q:Can it be used on outside brick walkways?
              by|Feb 25, 2024
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              A:  Hi John, thanks for your question. As it turns out, we don't recommend using our Elastomeric Paint on a walkway, as it's not designed for foot traffic. Instead, I recommend checking out our Solid Color Concrete Stain for your brick walkways. Have a great day! -Christina

              by|Mar 30, 2024
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                Q:Is the coverage area stated per coat, or for the recommended two coat minimum?
                by|Feb 25, 2024
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                A:  Hi Flintstone, thanks for your question. The recommended spread rate is for each coat of paint. So one gallon of our Elastomeric paint is enough to apply one full coat to 75-125 square feet. Have a great day! -Christina

                by|Feb 26, 2024
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                  Q:Is two coats required on stucco to cover cracks? That will get very costly. Does this paint ever go on sale?
                  by|Feb 18, 2024
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                  A:  Hi Steve, thank you for your question. The Elastomeric Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint is a two-coat minimum on all surfaces. We recommend checking with The Home Depot or registering online at Behr.com to stay updated on future sales and promotions. Have a great day! - Randy

                  by|Apr 17, 2024
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                    Q:Minimum temperature?
                    by|Feb 16, 2024
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                    A:  Hi Temp, thank you for your question. The lowest recommended surface and air application temperature for the Elastomeric Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint is 50F. Keep in mind lower temperatures and high humidity can extend the drying and curing time. Have a great day! - Randy

                    by|Feb 16, 2024

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