Lifeline Accents - Exterior Wood Stain - 1 Gallon

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LIFELINE ACCENTS

Lifeline Accents


Click here for the Interior version of Lifeline Accents.

Lifeline Accents is our newest two-coat color finish developed to make your home look fashionable. Lifeline Accents, influenced by global trends, encouraged us to provide our customers with exciting new colors and style.

The new colors create a wonderful accent for your wood trim, interior and exterior walls, fascia, millwork, timber, furniture and other wood elements of your home.


  Perma Chink Lifeline Accents Coverage Rate:

  • Coverage is approximately 350 – 450 square feet per gallon for the first coat.
  • Approximately 600 – 800 square feet per gallon for subsequent coats depending on wood type and porosity.
  • DO NOT USE THINNERS.

 Features:

  • High Coverage Rate
  • Excellent UV Protection
  • Long-lasting color retention 
  • Available for Exterior and Interior
  • We recommend Lifeline Acrylic or Sure Shine topcoat over interior coats
  • SDS Lifeline Accents Exterior
  • SDS Lifeline Accents Interior
  • Product Label

 

**Please Note: No returns are accepted on Lifeline Accents, as they are tinted per customer request, so it is important to try the free samples first to determine the color needed before purchasing. 

 

Shelf Life

  • 3 Year

Application Temperature

  • 40° to 90°

Application Methods

  • Airless sprayer
  • Brush

Surface Preparation

  • Clean and dry
  • Free of mold and mildew
  • Never use steel wool

Frequency

  • As needed, depending on exposure
Special Instructions
  • Back-brushing required
  • Stir container every 15-20 minutes
  • Maintain a wet edge to avoid lap marks
  • Avoid applying in direct sun
Drying Time
  • Dry to the touch in 2-4 hours
  • Cures in 72 hours
Coverage Rate
  • 350-450 square feet / gallon on bare wood (1st coat)
  • 600-800 square feet / gallon on finished wood (2nd coat)

 

Perma-Chink Lifeline Accents Stain Sample Cans:


• We highly recommend that you try a sample can of any new stain color you are considering. The finished color of translucent stains can vary substantially based on species, texture, porosity of wood, and application technique. Sampling on your own wood is inexpensive and the best way to make sure you get the color you want for your home. 

  


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