What are the components of latex paint?
Latex paint composition varies somewhat from source to source. However, there are some common parts:
~20% vinyl acetate/vinyl acrylic or vinyl acrylic polymer (in emulsion)
Opacity agent (titanium dioxide primarily)
Rheological modifier (to provide easy application)
Anti-microbial agent (BIT or CIT)
you can paint over latex paint with latex enamel.
yes because latex paint is latex paint
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.
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.
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.
Yes you can after the latex paint has cured.
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.
latex paint is too much thich and dry so water make latex paint thin and dry after some time
Yes. Like paint, glaze comes as oil-based or as water-based latex. Use oil-based glaze over oil paint or latex paint. Water-based glaze can only be used on latex paint.
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.
use a primer first
Denatured alcohol or anything stronger will dissolve latex paint.
yes, most paint is latex based these days
Yes ,you can use polyacrylic over latex
No. Latex paint will not dissolve in mineral spirits.
Latex paint can stick to the floor grouting.
No. Latex paint is not affected by muriatic acid.
oil based paits are based from oil and latex from latex
Either oil or latex primer can be used over interior latex paint.
Using latex paint can cause you problems and is not recommended over oil base paint, but you can put oil base paint over latex.
If you mean latex paint, none. Latex is a water based paint and has no toxic fumes.
As long as the base is compatible, oil over oil or latex, latex only over latex, you can cover an eggshell paint with a flat paint.
Names of products in paint are often changing. However, most latex paint is still water based.
yes you can... you can do oil over latex and latex over oil
It is usually recommended that you noy paint over latex paint with oil based paint, primer will not help.
Just paint it on if the latex is adhering well.
No, you either need to really rough up the oil paint with fine sand paper, or put a base coat on before you paint with your Latex paint. If you don't your Latex paint won't adhere.
No, you use water to thin latex paint. Thinner is for oil based paint.
Advantages of Latex Paint Advantages of Enamel Paint Latex paint is much easier to clean. Most marks will come right off with soap and water or a basic household cleaner. Enamel paint is able to withstand much more damage than latex paint. Internet source: url: http://www.ehow.com/facts_4814106_difference-between-enamel-latex-paint.html
No you can not.
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Yes, primer is what you need to put on in order to put latex paint over the oil paint. Latex primer is fine, but if you put latex paint directly on it will peel off.
The water in the latex paint will soften the bristles of a brush intended for oil paint, so it is not a good idea.
Mixing a solvent into a latex typically ruins the product. Expected result is the latex paint turning into gel.
Yes, you can.
Yes, you can.
i have dried white latex paint on car seat. what do i do to remove it?
Should be deglossed and primed first.
It is possible to paint latex over epoxy if the epoxy coat was applied correctly and is in good shape. Be sure to use an exterior 100% Acrylic Latex paint.
You should never paint an oil based paint over a latex paint. Oil based paints are meant to absorb and dry into the surface. If you were to paint an oil based paint over a latex based paint it would simply dry and flake off. For more information on when to use a latex or oil based paint please see the following article. http://www.ehow.com/how_4713170_between-latex-oil-base-paint.html
With a little alcohol on a cloth, over your finger. Rub it - if color or paint comes off in any way, it's latex or acrylic paint (to be painted over with acrylic or acrylic latex paint).
Paints that are labeled enamel can be both oil and latex. Enamel merely means that it dries hard. If by enamel you mean alkyd or oil based, then yes, after proper cleaning and prep, you can paint enamel paint over latex paint.
Latex bonds to latex, regardless of gloss.
The flat latex paint will stick to satin or semi-gloss latex paint without any problems. The main consern is making sure the surface is clean and sound before begining to paint, plus use top quality paints for the best results.