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SMOOTH SKIN MATERIALS NEEDED ASTM D1761Screw holding capacity. NWWDA TM-7Cycle slam test. NWWDA TM-8Hinge load resistance test. ASTM E 283Air infiltration. ASTM E 331 / E 547Water resistant. ASTM E 330Uniform structural load. ASTM E1886 / E1996Impact / cycle test. AAMA 1304Forced entry resistance test. TAS 201Impact test. TAS 202Air / water / structural test. TAS 203Wind pressure cycle test. NFRC 100 / 200 / 500Energy efficiency. ASTEM E90 / STC / OITCSound transmission. ULC 10 C / NFPA 252 / ASTM E 2074Fire rated. CDPH / EHLB METHOD V1.1 2010Volatile organic chemical emission test. JIS Z 2801:2001Antimicrobial products test. ASTM D1413-07Antifungal wood plastic composite test. CSFM 12-7A-1Exterior wildfire exposure test. CAUTIONAAMA 1702Exterior door test for manufactured housing. 1. When using stains, mineral spirits, paints, or other hazardous materials, always read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Plastpro Inc. makes no representations as to the proper use of other manufacturers’ products.AAMA 920Operating cycle test. AAMA / WDMA / CSA 101 / I.S./A440 (NAFS)North America fenestration test. A. Lint-free Cloth E. 4” Bristle Brush B. Mineral Spirits F. For water-based application: acrylic-based primer* / acrylic latex-based exterior grade paint. C. Rubber Gloves G. Scotch Brite Pad (Fine) or 320-400 grit sandpaper D. Masking Tape (For Smooth Doors Only) We recommend using Sherwin-Williams PrepRite® Bonding Primer with compatible acrylic-latex paint for optimal paint adhesion. PAINTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOORS & PF™ DOOR FRAMES STEP 1: SURFACE PREPARATION 1. Lay door horizontally on saw horses or a table. 2. Remove all the hardware and mask off anything you don’t want painted, such as the glass insert. 3. Smooth Doors only. Lightly scuff/sand the surface with a Scotch Brite pad or fine sand paper. DO NOT SAND GRAINED FIBERGLASS. 4. Wipe the door with mineral spirits to clean any dust or residue from the surface. Allow acetone to dry from the surface before applying. 5. Do not use hydro-carbon based solvents to clean the surface as such products may leave a residue. 6. Apply primer with a 4” brush beginning with the panels. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for drying time before applying topcoat. Continue to apply the primer to ALL 6 sides. Doors / PF™ Door Frames which have been bored and mortised, or machined for hardware should be primed inside of the lock bore, or prepped area as well. 7. The primer must be completely dry before applying the topcoat. STEP 2: PAINTING 1. Apply exterior grade paint with a 4” brush beginning with the panels. 2. It is a common practice to paint both door stiles, or both PF™ Door Frame sides, the same color as the exterior side of the door. If applying a second coat, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for drying time between coats. 3. Continue to apply the top coat to ALL 6 sides of the door which have been bored and mortised for hardware- should be finished inside of the lock bore as well. 2. When working with paints or solvents, make sure the working area is well ventilated. 3. Keep away from heat and flame as materials may be combustible. 4. Paints or solvents may cause skin and eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. 5. Keep out of reach of children. The PLASTPRO DOOR met requirements for sawing, planing, routing, boring, drilling and chiseling. For more specific results, please see our website at or contact our Customer Service Department at 1 (800) 779-0561. IMPORTANT TO NOTE • It is considered normal maintenance to re-apply the topcoat approximately every two years. Even a well-finished fiberglass door will be affected by exposure and weathering from sun, moisture, and air pollutants. 154 TESTING RESULTS WARNING: These products may include styrene, titanium dioxide, and wood dust, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to PAINTING GUIDES 155