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Cement Board Primer

Cement board primer

Cement Board Primer, or CBP, is a waterborne, latex-based, high resin content formula that's specifically engineered for sealing and conditioning porous interior and exterior cement board siding, stucco, and block surfaces. Cement Board Primer is an excellent choice for conditioning porous masonry surfaces, adhering well to cement siding, concrete, brick, stucco, and plaster, which is part of what has helped make it such an attractive choice for home and business owners alike all over the country. Over the years, Rhino Shield has become the recognized exterior paint coating leader, and with our help, you can get the solutions you need to keep your interior and exterior surfaces looking their best. Are you interested in Cement Board Primer to help you improve and preserve the look of your masonry walls? If so, give our team of skilled professionals a call today, and let us show you how our Rhino Shield Primers can benefit your property.

Cement Board Primer tolerates variable pH levels found in cement boards, such as Hardieplant, and reduces the risk of color burn due to high alkaline levels. It can also block the pH common in new masonry and ensure a uniform look and long-lasting finish. Thanks to its excellent penetrating characteristics, Cement Board Primer is able to permeate into the substrate and provide a permanent bond to the finish coat, helping to revitalize and strengthen the surface that it's applied to. If you have any questions about how Cement Board Primer can benefit your property, or if you'd like to schedule an appointment for a consultation, give us a call today. Our team of experts is always standing by and would be happy to assist you in any way we can.

Cement Board Primer For Non-Porous Substrates

On non-porous substrates, the high resin content of Cement Board Primer provides excellent adhesion to the surface before forming a tight bond to the finish coat. This bond between the Cement Board Primer and the finish coat helps reduce moisture under the finish coat, extending its life considerably.