New Krylon Dual Superbond Paint Features High-Adhesion, Specialty Primer

Leave it to the minds at Krylon®, the nation's leading spray paint manufacturer, to take its premium product to the next level.

New Dual(R) Superbond(R) Paint Primer from Krylon features breakthrough technology offering superior adhesion, maximum rust protection and easy application - all with less prep. (PRNewsFoto/Krylon)

New Dual® Superbond® Paint + Primer features breakthrough technology offering superior adhesion, maximum rust protection and easy application – all with less prep.

New Dual Superbond features a proprietary formula that offers a high-adhesion, specialty primer that ensures top performance even on hard-to-paint surfaces such as plastics, laminates and melamine, as well as other commonly painted surfaces.

"Dual Superbond offers a solution for the many surfaces that have proven challenging to paint in the past," said Denise Patterson, Krylon product manager. "It offers the ultimate adhesion for projects such as laminate furniture and cabinets, melamine storage units, and it bonds to most plastics that most other paints don't including Polypropylene and Thermoplastic PolyOlefin."

Research shows consumers looking to update and protect their metal surfaces – weathered metal in particular – often use a primer. Dual Superbond offers maximum rust protection without the need for a primer, while providing remarkable coverage, durability and corrosion protection.

In addition to its performance benefits, Dual Superbond makes application easy. The two-in-one product preps the surface with no sanding or priming required. Plus, Krylon's exclusive EZ Touch® conical spray tip requires the lowest force to spray on the market, making finger fatigue a thing of the past, while also minimizing the occurrence of runs and drips.

New Dual Superbond Paint + Primer is available in 24 colors in gloss, satin and flat finishes at hardware and home centers for a suggested retail price of $4.99 to $5.99. All Krylon aerosol paints are in compliance with the California Clean Air Act for Aerosol Coatings and the California Low Emissions and Reactivity Rule (CLEAR).

Source: http://www.krylon.com

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