Some paints for concrete swimming pool walls are chlorinated rubber. I don't know of any other applications.
No, acrylic does not adhere well to oil based finishes.
acrylic is 'water' based (or dilutable with water, anyway), and urethane is oil based.
Paint thinner is nearly alwys used in oil based paints. If you mix it with mosts acrylic paint the paints it will be ruined - unless of course you have a solvent based acrylic - such as a thermoplastic acrylic.
Acrylic is chemical based resin whereas plastic emulsion is water based.
Are not water based and waterborne two words for the same thing.
cementing with polymer based acrylic solvent for bonding surface structures.
Yes, it is water based .
Yes, they are water based.
Any paint that has the word 'acrylic' in the title is usually water based.
Yes, acrylic paint is water based and water soluble.
Synthetic distemper is a type of acrylic paint. Acrylic distemper is a water-based paint that dries with a matte finish.
Acrylic adhesives can either be water-based(this is also referred to as emulsion or dispersion) or solvent-based
You can use oil-based paint pens over acrylic IF the acrylic has not been applied too thickly. You can also use water-based paint pens. HOWEVER, you cannot use acrylic over oil. The difference in how these two mediums dry and cure can make the acrylic-over-oil crack.
With a water based varnish
You can use either a water based alkyd primer, or a 100% acrylic primer under a water-based alkyd paint.
Acrylic solvent is a chemical that will break up the materials in acrylic paint. This material is similair to turpentine. Acrylic solvent is generally not required- as acrylic paint will disolve in water whereas an oil based paint requirs more powerful deconstructive chemicals.
. Acrylics ARE water based.
As long as the flat is latex or acrylic, NOT if it's a flat oil based paint.
Acrylic or epoxy based paint for cement surfaces is called cement paint.Cement that includes acrylic or epoxy to coat surfaces is called cement based paint.
Beside the chemisty involved, probably the most important difference to you is that oil based paints require a solvent such as mineral spirits (paint thinner) for clean up while acrylic paints only require water. Generally, an acrylic or latex water based paint is going to be easier for you to work with.
Tempera paint is a water based paint. It dries fast and is egg based. More texture can be gotten out of acrylic, and it is harder to clean.
It will protect the paint as long as you use a water based varnish, never use oil based varnish over water based paint. Tip: "water based enamel= water based finish". "oil based enamel= oil based finish".
Most acrylic will not adhere well to very shiny surfaces.