Great on wood, also metal and even masonry or concrete. Fine inside or outside the home as both first coat and repaint. Most brands are brush-on. Some anti-rust, so the choice is yours. Nice final glossy look.
Usually, one coat is sufficient if you are repainting a surface with an existing coat of paint (of same or lighter color)
Paint dry to the touch in about two hours. Allow more if re-coating is necessary.
Hope this helps!
No it is not. It is bitumin - Enamel paint is 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.
you can paint over latex paint with latex enamel.
Any enamel, such as Tremclad will paint enamel
Enamel is oil based 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.
Yes, enamel paint will go over flat paint.
Yes, you can put enamel over latex, but you cannot paint latex over enamel....
No. In this case, the enamel paint is latex. Enamel means hard, not necessarily oil.
yes, as long as it's latex/latex or alkalyd/alkalyd.
Enamel paint can be removed from a bathtub by using soap and water. Enamel paint should not require any abrasive cleaners or scrapping.
No, you cannot put enamel on lacquer paint. Because enamel is a solvent, it will ultimately eat away at the paint and cause it to become damaged.
Yes, but you must paint the rubber with glue, let it dry, then coat with enamel paint.
no because cement is made out of concreate not enamel paint
Yes, unless the enamel paint is an epoxy. If the enamel is oil or water based paint, then there is no problem going over a latex primer.
Enamel or epoxy paint.
Yes, with enamel paints.
It is a semi-gloss texture enamel.
You should not paint latex directly over oil based enamel. -You can paint latex over it if you prime it first. -Of course you can paint any oil based paint over oil based enamel.
emulsion paint: paint in which the binder is dispersed in water. enamel paint: pigmented varnish, glossy coating
To test for acrylic paint, apply about a teaspoon of Methyl Hydrate to a clean (white) rag, and then rub the paint with the wet part of the rag. If the paint transfers to the rag, it is acrylic paint. To test for enamel paint, apply about a teaspoon of Turpentine to a clean (white) rag, and then rub the paint with the wet part. If the paint transfers to the rag, it is an enamel paint. PS: Never paint over an enamel paint with an acrylic paint without using a good quality primer. The acrylic paint will flake or peal off the enamel paint very easily.
No, you can't.