Yes, latex paint adheres very well to fabric. The down side is that it makes the fabric stiff in the area it was applied. If you want the latex paint to stay and be pliable, you can use a "fabric medium" available at most craft stores.
Use a textile medium. It gives the paint flexibility if your shade is round. Otherwise, the paint might crack. Textile medium can be found in fabric stores and on-line. You can even paint regular fabric with indoor latex pain when you use the medium.
yes because latex paint is latex paint
you can paint over latex paint with latex enamel.
Enamel paint can only be mixed with latex paint if the latex paint also has enamel in it. If the latex paint is oil based then it can not be mixed with enamel paint.
Paint thinner made for oil based paint will ruin latex paint. You can thin latex paint with water or flotrol.
You will ruin the latex paint. Latex paint is thinned with water. Paint thinner is for oil-based paints.
No, latex paint is not considered hazardous.
Yes, you can paint over latex with epoxy.
Can you restate your question are you asking what is the latex paint or are you asking when was the invention of the latex paint.
If it is necessary to paint a hair-on cowhide rug, use spray paint for fabric. If latex or oil paint is used it will make the rug stiff and sticky.
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Yes you can after the latex paint has cured.
Exterior latex paint is made from water, latex resins, and other pigments.
Yeah nail polish remover works great on removing acrylic paint on shirts and jeans and any other fabric, but i don't know if acrylic and latex paint is the same thing; and you should test it out on an inauspicious area first to see if it will remove the color of the shirt it self before applying it to the fabric just to be safe =)
Yes, as long as the latex paint is clean and sanded to a dull finish.
All latex paint labels emphasize the instructions, "keep from freezing." Latex paint is water-based paint that will freeze at 32 degrees F.
If you mean latex paint, none. Latex is a water based paint and has no toxic fumes.
latex paint is too much thich and dry so water make latex paint thin and dry after some time
oil based paits are based from oil and latex from latex
Yes, you can put enamel over latex, but you cannot paint latex over enamel....
Latex paint frozen in the can, should not be used. Freezing damages the paint, making it unusable. Once latex paint is applied to a surface, freezing will not harm it.
yes, as long as it's latex/latex or alkalyd/alkalyd.
No. Latex paint is not affected by muriatic acid.
Latex paint can stick to the floor grouting.