Go to Sherwin Williams and ask them for Harmony Paint. It is a Zero VOC paint. It contains not Volatile Organic Compounds. These are what causes irritation in some people. Don't paint the room with your kid in the room. Paint when you can keep the windows open and point a fan in the opposite directions. As far as paints causing cancer if you see a label on a paint can that says it can cause cancer doesn't mean it will cause cancer. All paints that have warnings on them only put them on cause of liability. Same thing with cigarettes. Not everyone who smokes gets cancer. If you have a baby that has a suseptable immune system ask a Sherwin-Williams sales associate for an MSDS sheet (Material Safety Data Sheet) on the product. In this case the Harmony. Bring it to the baby's pediatrician and ask them. In most cases you don't need to go this far. Sherwin Williams is a leader in green paints and Low VOC paints. I should know I work there. Also keep this in mind. It takes 30 days for latex paint to cure, this means that the paint does not dry to its ultimate hardened finish until it has been on the wall for 30 days so make sure your kid does not scratch or dig into it with his or her fingernails.
All paint companies now make zero VOC and low VOC products that can safely be used in closed areas including hospitals, nurseries and nursing homes or anywhere where LEED credits are an issue. PPG has Pure Performance, while Benjamin Moore markets their Natura line.Painting with an Infant Nearby
No, the paints mentioned above DO NOT contain "cancer causing fumes", I have heard that befoe and it's not scientificaly founded to be true. I have used those paints and have checked them out and I use them, because they are safe. Bill's Painting Lanc. P.A.
Low VOC Paint
Use a "Low VOC" or "No VOC" paint. This type of paint has no fumes and is 100% acrylic, water base. Many manufactures make this type of paint. I use it in heath care facilities. Crowder Painting, CO.
O.S.H.A. decided that oil-based paints were dangerous used and sold in high volume because of their chemical properties. At least the odor let you know that it wasn't good for you. The truth is that even with, or ESPECIALLY with, a low- no odor product of any kind, there should be adequate ventilation. This is the mistake consumers are unfortunately making. These newer products contain substrates that we have not learned the perils of yet. Bottom line, open a window.
Stripping and painting can make a big difference in the appearance of your house. The surface preparation is the most important part of painting. Some times you will have to strip the old paint and other times a good cleaning will do the trick, while leaving the old paint or finish as a base for repainting your house.
It depends on what its made out of, if its plastic use enamel with a bonding agent, (found in automotive paint shops), then seal the paint with a spar sealer. If its cement, make sure its clean, no dust, use enamel and again a spar sealer. Another option is to use a pool paint. The chlorinated rubber base will adhere directly to a plastic, while the water base will adhere to cement. Neither require additional priming or sealing. Do not use an exterior house paint as the mildewcides in the paint could leach from the paint, contaminating the water.
get a paint sample that would match the color as your walltake that paint sample and paint over the nail polish this will take away the polish (sort of)let it dry for a while and then paint another coat wait another hour paint the third coat wait a half hourthen put a glaze on the third coat of paint to make it look like the rest of the wall exactlythats how you get nail polish off the wall :)
Yes! I have used both combinations of wall paint in poster paint & vice versa..I used one to tint the other in each instance & noticed that it affected the adhesion as well as the ability to block stains if adding poster paint to wall (white-ish) paint..by adding wall paint to poster paint it made poster paint stick better, flow from brush better, & require fewer coats..all of this while using a high quality acrylic wall paint..
Textured paint is made by adding some inert material to your paint, either while it is still in the can, or by sprinkling it on while the paint is still wet. The most common usage is to give "grip" to painted stairs. An additive known as "Shark skin" - it is really just a fine sand - is added to paint in the can, stirred in and the steps are painted with the mixture. The result is a non-slip surface. The difficulty is that if you do not continually stir the paint the additive settles to the bottom of the can. The best way to use this product is to paint the stairs, wait for the paint to dry, tape or mask off all of the tread but a 1 1/2 inch strip at the front edge of the step, apply another coat of paint and while it is wet sprinkle the "Shark skin" into the wet paint. Remove the tape or masking and wait for the paint to dry. This gives you a a tidier look, a non-slip edge and does not ruin the paint you have left.
When John Adams moved into the unfinished White House it was called the People's house. Not until the war of 1812 when the resident was burned by the British did it get the name White House. White paint was used to cover the burn marks, so it got the name White House. In the 1800's paint was very expensive and very few houses were painted, so to have a house painted was a big deal. A few years ago while working on the White House the repair men found the burn marks still on the house.
If you really want to ... yes. It might cause some issues later but should work for the most part as long as you apply a thin layer of paint. Acrylic house paint is normally a latex paint, so there should be no problem painting over a latex with acrylic. The only exception is if it is a solvent based acrylic silicone type paint. In this case, the coating will melt the latex paint, and if overworked while rolling, mix on the surface, which is normally a driveway or floor, discoloring the top coat.
You can, or you can sprinkle the sand into a first coat of paint, while it is wet, let it drya and put another coat of paint over the sand - this eliminates contaminating all of the paint and the work of having to constantly stir the paint to keep the sand from settling to the bottom. There is also an additive you can purchase i most good paint stores called "shark skin", it is specific for this use.
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