Dryvit Weatherlastic Smooth is a water-based elastomeric wall coating. It is easily applied with an airless spray or roller. Weatherlastic Smooth is based upon a 100% acrylic, copolymer elastomeric resin, which provides excellent elongation and flexibility at low temperatures. The coating resists mildew growth and dirt pickup and is highly chalk-resistant. Questions? Contact Us.
Dryvit Weatherlastic Smooth is recommended as a waterproof coating on properly prepared concrete, masonry, EIFS and stucco substrates.
Drying Time: A 22 mils thick wet film (to achieve an 11 mils dry film) will dry to the touch in 3-4 hours @ 70 °F (21 °C), 55% R.H. Protect from rainfall for 24 hours at 70 °F (21 °C), 55% R.H., longer when temperature is cooler and when relative humidity is higher.
Testing Information: Testing is in accordance with SWRI’s Validation Program. For additional testing refer to the chart included with this document.
• Bridges hairline cracks
• Dirt Pickup Resistant
• Mildew Resistant
• Plasticizer free
• Low temperature flexibility
• Maximum adhesion
• Highly chalk resistant
Mix well prior to application. Recommended application method is by airless spray or roller. For detailed application instructions, refer to specifications. Thinning not recommended unless spraying.
CAUTIONS & LIMITATIONS:
• Avoid applying Weatherlastic Smooth in direct sunlight. Always work on the shady side of the wall or protect the area with appropriate shading material.
• Keep from freezing.
• Not for use below grade or in immersion service.
• In-service temperature limit is 200 °F (93 °C).
• Weatherlastic Smooth must not be used on exposed exterior horizontal surfaces.
• Minimum slope is 6 in 12 (27°). Maximum length of slope is 12 in (305 mm).
• Weatherlastic Smooth colors are slightly darker than the same color in a Dryvit textured finish. Exact color match from batch to batch cannot be guaranteed.
• Weatherlastic Smooth shall not be returned into any sealant joint. Instead a coat of Color Prime, Weatherprime, Demandit Smooth or Weathercoat should be applied over the base coat that will be in contact with sealant.