Benjamin Moore ADVANCE is a premium quality, waterborne alkyd enamel that offers the application and performance of traditional oil paint in a waterborne formula. Advance's 100% alkyd formula is a water-dispersible alkyd developed with proprietary new resins that keep VOCs low even after tinting and cleans up with soap and water. It flows and levels like a traditional alkyd with the extended open-time required to achieve high-end finishes. ADVANCE is available in unlimited colors, giving you more ways than ever to achieve the perfect look for every space.
5 GALLON PAIL NOTE: Gloss is not available in 5 gallon pails. Matte, Satin, and Semi-Gloss only available in White and pastel colors in 5 gallon pails, no medium, deep, and ultra deep colors besides factory mixed Black.
- Excellent durability
- Excellent flow and leveling properties
- Extended open time
- Very High Gloss
- Spatter resistant
- Easy application
- Easy clean up
- Block resistant
- Interior/exterior use
Ideal for interior doors, trim, cabinets, walls, and ceilings. For primed or previously painted wallboard, plaster, masonry, wood and metal. Recommended for exterior use on properly primed metal, masonry, and stable trim substrates such as cedar and redwood.
- CHPS Certified (Collaboration for High Performance Schools)
- Qualifies for LEED® Credit (INTERIOR NON-FLAT)
Recommended For: Ideal for interior doors, trim, cabinets, walls, and ceilings. For primed or previously painted wallboard, plaster, masonry, wood and metal. Advance Gloss is recommended for exterior use on properly primed metal, masonry, and stable trim substrates such as cedar and redwood.
Coverage: 400-500 sq.ft./gal
- To touch: 4-6 hours
- Recoat: 16 hours
Surface Preparation: Surfaces to be painted must be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, grease, oil, soap, wax, scaling paint, water soluble materials, and mildew. Remove any peeling or scaling paint and sand these areas to feather edges smooth with adjacent surfaces. Glossy areas should be dulled. Drywall surfaces must be free of sanding dust. New plaster or masonry surfaces must be allowed to cure before applying base coat. Cured plaster should be hard, have a slight sheen and maximum PH of 10; soft, porous or powdery plaster indicates improper cure. Never sand a plaster surface; knife off any protrusions and prime plaster before and after applying patching compound. Poured or pre-cast concrete with a very smooth surface should be etched or abraded to promote adhesion, after removing all form release agents and curing compounds. Remove any powder or loose particles before priming. Wood substrates must be thoroughly dry.
Priming: New surfaces should be fully primed, and previously painted surfaces may be primed or spot primed as necessary.
Note: Although Advance yellows less than conventional alkyds, a slight amount of yellowing may occur. This effect is accelerated in dark or poorly ventilated areas and is more visible in lighter colors.
Application: Stir thoroughly before and during use. Apply one or two coats. For best results, use a premium nylon/polyester brush and/or premium microfiber roller. Apply paint generously from unpainted area into wet area. This product can also be sprayed.
ReviewsKathleen BuckleyI just finished putting on the second coat. I won't know how it will be until after it finishes curing but I have high hopes. It really is low VOC: only once did I catch even a whiff of paint odor. It went on easily with a roller and dried to the touch even faster than advertised (but I live in New Mexico and the humidity yesterday was 12%; your mileage may vary). Even the first coat looked good and I don't consider myself a particularly skilled painter. I'd never painted kitchen cabinets before, either. Drops of wet paint were easy to remove from the ceramic tile floor. Oh, and the color Southern Paint and Supply tinted it is lovely, and the paint came fast and arrived in good condition.
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DetailsCurrent Stock:Weight: 12.00 LBSWidth: 10.00Height: 10.00Depth: 10.00