KILZ® Color Change Ceiling Paint

KILZ® Color Change Ceiling Paint is for interior use, and primes and paints in one step. It blocks ceiling stains, is self-priming and is spatter resistant. The paint color changes from pink to white as it dries so you'll never miss a spot again. KILZ® Color Change Ceiling Paint is a unique combination of stainblocking technology and a coverage/dry time indicator. It rolls on easily with minimal spattering and a subtle pink color that quickly dries to white. It can be used on all interior ceilings.

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Available in Gallons

Surface Preparation

  • Remove any mildew stains with a bleach and water solution or similar commercially available mildew remover, then rinse and let dry.

  • Remove loose paint and wash off any dirt or grease with a non-soapy detergent such as a TSP substitute.

  • For maximum adhesion, scrape off loose paint and sand to a smooth surface. Scuff sand glossy surfaces.†

  • Make sure that there are no active water problems and that any previous water damage is fully dry. KILZ ORIGINAL or KILZ COMPLETE should be used to block severe stains.

Application

  • Use only when temperatures are between 50°F (10°o

  • Stir paint prior to use.

  • Coverage varies by porosity. Coverage will be approximately 250 square feet per gallon on porous surfaces; up to 400 square feet per gallon on smooth, nonporous surfaces.

  • Use a high-quality roller or brush.

  • Multiple coats may be required for complete hide.

  • For maximum adhesion, scrape off loose paint and sand to a smooth surface. Scuff sand glossy surfaces.

Dry Time at 77°F (25°C), 50% RH

  • Color indicator will fade to white in under 1 hour.

  • Dries to the touch in 1 hour at 77°F (25°C) and 50% humidity.

  • Recoat as needed after 2 hours, for maximum stainblocking, recoat after 4 hours.

Clean-Up & Disposal

  • Clean equipment and paint spatters with warm, soapy water.

  • If spilled, contain spilled material and remove with an inert absorbent. Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and unused product in accordance with all current federal, state and local regulations.

  • To recycle or properly dispose of paint or primer in your community, call 1-800- CLEANUP.