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Water paints

Composition:

They are composed of a water-based mixture of up to 80%, solvents, pigments and fillers, and other additives. They are also listed under the names "water-based paints".

Application:

Tray, brush, brush, gun, roll.

On which supports:

On all substrates (except metals for vinyl paints).

Uses for the house:

Inside and outside.

properties:

High speed of drying. Generally less than 2 hours.

Finishing aspect:

Is a function of the quality of the paints used.

variations:

Acrylic paints and vinyl paints with a great variety of colors and in glossy, matte or satin hues.

There are already water-based paints made with non-toxic, biodegradable natural products and research is still underway to improve their capabilities and develop others.

Advantages:

Great ease of application. Good hiding power. No or little yellowing. No or few odors unpleasant to pose. Much less toxic than oil paints but not totally harmless.

disadvantages:

Finishing quality less than oil paints.

To wash instruments after use:

With water or soapy water.


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