Coronado Paint

Coronado Multapply Waterborne Acrylic Multi-Substrate Enamel

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$39.98 - $69.99
11.00 LBS
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Product Overview


MULTAPPLY™ (Formally Rust Scat Acrylic Enamel) Waterborne Acrylic Enamel is an interior/exterior finish, which is suitable for coating primed metal, wood or masonry surfaces. The acrylic resin provides excellent color and gloss retention as well as tenacious adhesion properties.  It's extremely easy to use with quick dry times and excellent flow and leveling characteristics. 


  • Easy-To-Use
  • Quick drying
  • Excellent leveling
  • Suitable for use on USDA inspected facilities


  • Wood
  • Metal
  • Masonry
  • Drywall
  • Primed fiberglass
  • Primed tile
  • Primed glass
  • Not recommended for unprimed wood and metal, immersion service or high corrosion areas.

COVERAGE: 350-400sq.ft. per gallon


  • Tack Free: 30 minutes
  • Recoat: 2 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. Spot prime before and after filling nail holes, cracks, and other surface imperfections. New plaster or masonry surfaces must be allowed to cure (30 days) 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. 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.


  • New surfaces should be fully primed, and previously painted surfaces may be primed or spot primed as necessary.
  • Wood and Engineered Wood Products: 
    • Primer: Use an acrylic or alkyd undercoat
    • Finish: 1 or 2 coats of MULTAPPLY™
  • Bleeding Type Woods, (Redwood and Cedar):
    • Primer: Use an exterior alkyd or stain blocking acrylic primer
    • Finish: 1 or 2 coats of MULTAPPLY™
  • Drywall/Plaster:
    • Primer: Use an interior acrylic primer
    • Finish: 1 or 2 coats of MULTAPPLY™
  • Masonry; Rough or Pitted Masonry:
    • Primer: Use a latex block filler
    • Finish: 1 or 2 coats of MULTAPPLY™
  • Masonry; Smooth Poured or Pre-cast Concrete:
    • Primer: Use an acrylic primer or this product
    • Finish: 1 or 2 coats of MULTAPPLY™
  • Ferrous Metal (Steel & Iron):
    • Primer: Use an acrylic or alkyd rust preventive metal primer
    • Finish: 1 or 2 coats of MULTAPPLY™ 
  • Non-Ferrous Metal (Galvanized & Aluminum): All new metal surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned with an Oil & Grease Emulsifier to remove contaminants. New shiny non-ferrous metal surfaces that will be subject to abrasion should be dulled with very fine sandpaper or a synthetic steel wool pad to promote adhesion. 
    • Primer: Use an acrylic metal primer
    • Finish: 1 or 2 coats of MULTAPPLY™
  • Hard glossy alkyd surfaces: Abrasion by sanding provides to optimum adhesion. 
  • Repaint, All Substrates: Prime bare areas with the primer recommended for the substrate above.

APPLICATION: Stir thoroughly. Make sure that no pigment remains on the bottom of the can and that the entire contents are fluid and free of lumps. Apply by brush, roller or spray. You may thin product with water sparingly to achieve the desired consistency. Apply at temperatures between 50 °F and 100 °F (10 °C – 37.7 °C). Do not apply if temperature is within 5° of dew point or if rain is expected within 12 hours.