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Dunn-Edwards Launches Ultra-Grip® Select Primer for Enhanced Adhesion to Surfaces

Published on 2012-09-20. Author : SpecialChem

LOS ANGELES -- Dunn-Edwards Paints has introduced a new multi-surface primer called Ultra-Grip Select. This new primer exhibits outstanding adhesion to multiple surfaces such as drywall, wood, masonry, as well as those hard-to-stick surfaces such as aluminum and galvanized metal.

"During testing, we found that Ultra-Grip Select outperformed competitive premium products in adhesion, enamel holdout and stain resistance," said Dave Heiligenthal, Product Manager. "With this exceptional new primer, we are better able to meet the needs of the demanding commercial construction market, as well as residential projects," adds Heiligenthal.

Ultra-Grip Select Multi-Surface Primer is available in one- and five-gallon containers. It has ultra-low VOC, at 45 grams per liter, and has very low odor both during and after application. Ultra-Grip Select is easy to apply, dries fast and is compatible with all Dunn-Edwards latex and alkyd finishes.

Like all other Dunn-Edwards products, Ultra-Grip Select is eco-friendly, ethylene glycol (EG)-free and produced in the world's first and only LEED® Gold-certified paint manufacturing plant. The new Ultra-Grip Select Multi-Surface Primer is now available in all Dunn-Edwards' stores.

About Dunn-Edwards Paints

Dunn-Edwards has produced and sold premium paint products for over 85 years throughout the Southwest. Operating 110 stores in California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas, Dunn-Edwards is one of the nation's largest independent manufacturers and distributors of architectural paints and paint supplies. The company is dedicated to a greener by design® philosophy and produces its eco-friendly paints in the world's first LEED® Gold® certified manufacturing plant. Based in Southern California, the company is composed of approximately 1,400 employees.

Source: Dunn-Edwards Paints

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