Cupboard Low Lustre is a durable, premium quality, alkyd enamel with a subtle satin sheen. Cupboard Low Lustre is suitable for use on all sound, properly primed interior and exterior surfaces. Apply a minimum of two thin, even coats. Cupboard Low Lustre dries to the touch in 4 hours, but should dry 24 hours before recoating. This coating will yield optimal appearance and performance when applied to a surface primed with Christopher Peacock Paint Oil Undercoat.
New unpainted surfaces: After sanding and removing dust, apply one coat of Christopher Peacock Paint Oil Undercoat. After sanding Primer smooth with 220 grit sandpaper, apply 2 thin even coats of Cupboard Low Lustre.
Previously painted surfaces: Surfaces previously painted with an oil finish in sound condition may be repainted with Cupboard Low Lustre after lightly sanding and cleaning to remove dust and foreign materials. Surfaces previously painted with latex or acrylic paint or a paint of unknown composition should be harshly sanded and then primed with Christopher Peacock Oil Undercoat, which should be sanded smooth with 220 grit sandpaper prior to the application of two finish coats of Cupboard Low Lustre.
Cupboard Low Lustre should be applied in thin even coats with a good quality natural bristle brush. (Omega brushes recommended.) Do not apply at temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit or above 80 degrees Fahrenheit, or when relative humidity exceeds 80%. This coating may also be sprayed or rolled (3/8-inch nap). Under normal environmental conditions, this product requires no thinning. Stir well before use.