Product Description

Weather Guard Acrylic Exterior Emulsion is an exterior wall coating specially formulated for dry or moderately humid climatic area . This coating offers excellent resistance to chaIking cracking and weathering as compare to the traditional Cement Paint

Recommended Usage

Weather Guard Acrylic Exterior Emulsion is recommended for all types Plaster, asbestos sheet, concrete surface. Avoid surface with continue exterior surface like cement

Technical Data

Product Name Product Composition Method of Application Shades Finish theoretical Coverage Pack Size Shelf Life
WEATHER GUARD EXTERIOR ACRYLIC EMULSION Special Acrylic co-polymer. Brush,Roller,Conventional or Airless spray As per shade Card, Special Shades can be
made available on request.
Smooth and Matt. 120-130 sq. ft per ltr per coat. 1 Ltr, 4 Ltr,10 Ltr & 20 Ltr Pack 2 years from manufacturing date If kept in original air tight Containers
away from sunlight.

Application Procedure

New Surface

Previously Painted surface should be made free from all dust, greasy and powdery material. The algal and fungal growth can be removed using wire brush and the surface must be cleaned with water splash. All loose old paint must be cleaned from the surface with wire brush and water jet and left to dry. All structural cracks must be open in V shape filled with White Cement based Plaster and leakage should be stopped, before actual painting. Cracks should be filled up by using a cement and sand mixture in the ratio 1:3 or Pacific polymer crack filler. Newly Plastered surface must have been cured at least 2-3 month prior the painting. Apply one coat of Milan Exterior cement primer or Pacific Weather Guard Acrylic Emulsion diluted 1:1 with clean water.

Old Surface

Using an Emery Paper clean the surface free from all loose and powdery material and old paints film apply a coat of Pacific Interior Cement Primer(W/T) or one coat of Master Interior Emulsion diluted with clean water in 1:1 ratio by volume. Followed by Pacific Wall Putty to level the dents and make the surface uniform.


Stir Well and Strain before use. Please do not add any kind of chemical or thinner in paint. Over dilution of Master Interior Emulsion may result in shade variation, poor hiding, poor bonding, or flaking. Excess brushing and stretching are also to be avoided.


Apply 2-3 coats of Pacific Master Interior Emulsion thinned with 400-500 ml by volume of potable water per letter paint. Allow drying time 6-8 hours between the coats.


Covering capacity Of the paint will vary depending on substrate, surface preparation, method of application and other factors. The practical covering capacity will differ from the theoretical covering capacity As precaution an initial trial may be undertaken to determine covering capacity of very rough or abnormal surfaces.

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