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Overview

Acrylic Decorative Exterior-Interior Paints, Epoxy Paints, Roller, Scratched, Marble Chips, Monocouche renderings....

Features



Brushable


Rollable


Decorative paint


Multi-colors


Seamless coverage
Specifications

Paints are comprised of two basic components: a binder (or resin) and a colorant (either a dye or ‎pigment). Paint can also include a solvent, which alters its viscosity. ‎ Light fastness. ‎ Heat stability. ‎ Toxicity. ‎ Opacity or Hiding Power. ‎ Color Temperature. ‎ Tinting Strength. ‎ Chemical Resistance.‎
FAQ

Are all paints basically the same?‎

No they are not. Different types of paints perform different functions. Some have better moisture resistance, some have ‎better color and gloss retention, etc.‎

Should certain brushes be used with certain paints?‎

Generally, there are two types of paint brushes: those made of natural-hair bristles and those made with synthetic ‎materials (usually nylon or polyester). Natural bristle brushes are preferred for use with solvent-based (oil- or alkyd-based) ‎paints, especially for enamel or finish work. Natural bristles are hollow and can absorb the water contained in a latex paint, ‎causing them to swell and become soft and limp (like your own hair when it’s wet).‎ Most synthetic brushes work well with both latex and solvent-based paints, but always check the manufacturer’s ‎recommendations on the brush. Some of the solvents used in solvent-based paints can break down the composition of a ‎synthetic bristle. Once again, check the label.‎

What should I look for when hiring a painting contractor?‎

There are several key things to look for when choosing a painting contractor. At the very least, check to see if they are ‎licensed, insured, experienced and capable of completing work. Look for reputable companies with local references.‎

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