Benjamin Moore™ 524 Aura Waterborne Interior Eggshell Finish Paint (Quarts, Gallons or Fives)
Key Features of Benjamin Moore's Aura Paint:
- Available in any color
- Fully washable in any sheen
- Fast one-hour recoat time
- Exceptional flow and leveling
- Seamless touch-up
- Richer, more enticing color
- Maximum hide in all colors
- Unsurpassed surface smoothness
From the can label:
Aura Eggshell Finish is part of the Gennex Proprietary paint and colorant system. Tint bases only with Gennex Waterborne Colorant.
Recommended for new or previously painted wallboard, plaster, wood, masonry or wallpapered surfaces; primer or previously painted metal; new or coated acoustic ceilings. Provides a mildew resistant coating.
350-400 square feet per gallon (106.98-121.92 square meters), depending on the porosity and texture of the substrate.
Surfaces to be painted must be clean, dry and free of wax, grease, scaling paint and mildew. Glossy areas should be dulled. Remove wall covering if there is evidence of bleeding colors.
Aura Eggshell Finish is self-priming for most colors and surfaces. Consult with your retailer (myperfectcolor.com) concerning deep colors that require use of Aura Color Foundation. Special purpose primers may be needed for specific surfaces or surfaces that are water stained, smoke damaged or very slick.
[If ordering through myperfectcolor.com, you will be notified by customer service if your color requires the Color Foundation. Most colors do not require this color primer.]
Stir thoroughly before and during use. Apply one or two coats. For best results, use a MyPerfectColor.com recommended brush, roller, or a similar product. This product can also be sprayed.
Dries to touch and can be recoated after one hour. High humidity may prolong drying time. Painted surfaces can be washed after a minimum of 2 weeks.
Promptly use soap and warm water. USE COMPLETELY OR DISPOSE OF PROPERLY. Dry, empty containers may be recycled in a can recycling program. Local disposal requirements vary; consult your sanitation department or state-designated environmental agency on disposal options.