What is resin based paints?
"Resin Based Paint" is the liquid in paint that suspends the pigment (leaving the resin behind, obviously) and transports them from the paint brush to the wall. The paint then evaporates and leaves the paint film behind.
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I have used a product called Goof Off. One could probably purchase it at Home Depot. It is specifically used to remove water-based, latex paints off of fabric or other surfaces. I would test a small spot first to make sure it will not damage of discolor the surface. I have used this on fabric before… with good results, but I make sure I wash the fabric thoroughly after the paint is removed.. Ive found that Uh-Oh Paint Splatter & Tough Stain Remover is very effective in removing both latex and oil based paint stains as well as TONS of other stains ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nHello, Jamison here,\nI assume its dry? If so You will not get it out!,,,,,,,,,, Jamison.
For non-organic I would say yes, for wood go to this site, www.fpl.fs.fed.us , Good-Luck
It is generally not recommended. There is really no reason to use oil based paint except oil based primers.
Resin is a natural or synthetic compound which begins in a highly viscous state and hardens with treatment. Typically, resin is soluble in alcohol, but not in water. There are a number of different classes of resin, depending on exact chemical composition and potential uses. There are numerous appli…cations for resins, ranging from art to polymer production, and many consumers interact with products which contain resin on a daily basis. Natural resin comes from plants. A classic example is pine sap, which has the characteristic sharp odor of terpene compounds. As anyone who has interacted with pine sap knows, the substance is very viscous, but it hardens over time. A number of other plants produce resins, and plant resins have been used by humans for thousands of years. Some plants exude a similar substance called gum or gum resin which does interact with water. Gum tends to be softer and more malleable than resin. ( Full Answer )
In art using oil paints it would be Gesso, In crafts it would be primer.
Only if the oil based paint is primer or has a flat finish whichallows for proper bonding with the water based topcoat. This effectcan be achieved on oil based glossy surfaces by carefully sanding,and priming them before applying the water based topcoat. Do NOT DRY SAND paint older than 1978 as it …likely has lead in it.Spray water on the surface and then sand. This eliminates lead dustgeneration which is toxic. ( Full Answer )
\nYes - if you use fans and open windows to ventilate the air in the room you are painting.
Phenolic resins are used in the production of circuit boards.Phenolic resin based paints are mainly metal paints, formed withthe combination of epoxy resins. You can apply these paints onmetals with different techniques.
It can be the hydrocarbon secretion of many plants , these are such as rosin, shellac, damar, copal, but their are a multitude of synthetic ones; phenolics, acrylics, alkyds and plastics in general. These vary in structure from soft to hard brittle, depending on their molecular weight
Phenol formaldehyde resin paint is a synthetic paint. As the paintcures, it releases toxic gases. Once the paint appears to be dry,the paint continues to releases gases in small amounts for up tosix months. This can create health problems.
Sometimes, depending upon the fabric, how long the paint has been there and what kind of oil-based paint you were working with. You may be able to use a lipid solvent, such as nail polish remover, rubbing alcohol or even paint thinner, if the paint is still wet. Please be aware that any of these ma…terials may permanently stain, discolor or damage your clothing. For paint that has dried, I think you are pretty much out of luck. ( Full Answer )
There are two kinds, single-component epoxies and two-component epoxies. Both are available at home centers, with a caveat I'll explain later.\n. \nSingle-component epoxy is oil-based paint that contains epoxy ester. Now understand: it's really good oil-based paint. It's just not epoxy.\n. \nTwo-c…omponent epoxy paint...you know what epoxy glue is, right? It comes in two containers. You mix component A with component B in a precise ratio, stir them together and work like a dog to do the job before the epoxy hardens in the mixing container. If you were to thin it out some and add colorant to it, you'd have two-component epoxy paint. This is used on industrial floors because it's very hard and sticks to the floor really well. It's also used as automotive primer, and it's excellent.\n. \nHere's the caveat I spoke of earlier: if you go to a home center you can get two-component epoxy garage floor paint from Rustoleum. They buy it in huge quantities from whoever's got the best price right now, package each component in a quart can, then sell it to you for about $100. This is completely out of line. Go to an industrial paint store--Sherwin-Williams has a nationwide chain of them--and get it there; you'll save a few bucks. ( Full Answer )
Go to the automotive section of your local Wal-Mart and get some Bondo (fiberglass resin) for small repairs, or Bondo Glass (fiberglass threads and resin). You can adhere pieces like completing a puzzle with the plain resin or fill in large holes with the threads and resin. I also suggest fiberglass… mat if you need to completely recreate a piece. ( Full Answer )
the paint was used on pressure treated plywood.the first coat was mixed and applied. as per instructions.the second coat came from a damaged/dented can but was mixed. the same way the first one was.how to get the resin to to dry???
Yes. However, if you're painting walls, oil is a bad idea. Oil dries hard and will crack. Water based latex is best. Using oil on woodwork is good though. Make sure it is properly prepped before hand to avoid any problems with drying and adhesion. Wash the woodwork thoroughly with a mild s…oap n water, another pass with a wet cloth to get the soap off, and let it throughly dry. Next lightly sand, just enough for a tooth (do not use a course grade sand paper). Wipe with a tac cloth to get off the dust and paint. I personally, go 1 step further, and fill and prime before painting. Primer is a step that many don't like to do but in the long run, saves alot of headaches, such as bleed-throughs, adhesion, and stability. And always apply 2 coats to whatever you're painting. ( Full Answer )
To paint a resin fountain, you need a paint that can adhere toplastic. Since it is for a fountain, you will also need paint thatis waterproof. Many manufacturers make such paint, you just need toread the label to find what you want.
You can paint a patio after 5 years you just need some strong paint and the right paint.so I hope you take my advice .
if you want it to be shiny and weather resistant, yes. It is a polyurethane stain or varnish specifically for acrylic paint that you need. You can buy this wherever you got your paint.
A resin is a viscous compound that is naturally produced by plantsbut can also be synthetically created. It is insoluble in water andhighly flammable.
Most of his painting are based on dance and ballet. Others are portraits (most of his earlier work). There are some scetches of women and of landscapes, too. Addition : Race horses.
A paint that is acrylic-based is usually asuperior preference, as it's a latex-based paint. Utilize a brushto apply the paint, starting with the core coat or shading coat.Wait for one coat of paint to dry out before adding another coat ordifferent color.
No, there are no chemicals in water borne latex paint that will catch fire, no matter how hard you might try.
yes, but its very important to properly prepare the surface, clean, sand and use a primer that is specifically designed for that purpose.
Yes, oil based paint is very versatile and can be painted over many painted surfaces, including those previously coated with latex paint, as long as the surface is dull and clean.
yes. oil over latex. But if you want to do the reverse, you must either use oil primer first, then latex finish, or use a "liquid sander"... which more or less breaks down the oil paint, allowing the latex to bond better... still not as good as oil primer, but if you sand with sand paper first and t…hen use liquid sander (follow instructions- only use it on the amount of surface you can paint in 30 minutes. Once it's totally evaporated from the old painted surface, the old paint is no longer soft/broken down to bond to the latex, so... you have to re-wipe it). ( Full Answer )
Latex paint can go over oil based, but oil based CANNOT go over latex. Oil based paint soaks into the surface being painted (like a wood porch floor) but latex only coats the surface. not true, it's the opposite. See discussion I have been teaching oil painting for 25+years.
You should never paint a deck, the paint will peel (unless you live in a very arid climate I guess. The deck may be stained, you can put either oil or latex stain over old oil stain.
The first layer of paint. Usually a special kind. When painting a wall you use primer then the color you want.
You can. However the old surface needs to be prepared so that it is clean and free from cracks and flaking. Giving it a good sand would probably also be helpful Do NOT DRY sand, shave, or scrape oil-based paint put on before 1978, as it may be lead-based and toxic. If you must rough up the surface… for the latex paint to stick, wet sand it by misting it with water and then sanding. You do not want to release the toxic dust into the air. Wet sanding protects you, the building inhabitants, pets, and neighborhood from invisible lead poisoning. ( Full Answer )
Quoted from www.epa.gov/lead. Federal law requires that individuals receive certain information before renting or buying a pre-1978 housing: . LANDLORDS must disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before leases take effect. Leases must include a disclosure for…m about lead-based paint. . SELLERS must disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before selling a house. Sales contracts must include a disclosure form about lead-based paint. Buyers have up to ten days to check for lead hazards. . More information on the disclosure program. Federal law requires that individuals receive certain information before renting or buying a pre-1978 housing: . LANDLORDS must disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before leases take effect. Leases must include a disclosure form about lead-based paint. . SELLERS must disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before selling a house. Sales contracts must include a disclosure form about lead-based paint. Buyers have up to ten days to check for lead hazards. . Go to the website listed above for more details. Submitted by Catherine Brooks, Eco-Strip LLC (seller of Speedheaterâ¢Infrared Paint Remover, an EPA-compliant method of safe lead paint removal) ( Full Answer )
If I am not oversimplifying the question....water based opaque paint is just a latex or acrylic paint or enamel. If it is in reference to painting a structural item, it is the same paint that you would find at the "paint" store or building supply store. If it is in reference to art work, it might be… similar paint, but not "watercolor". . Hope this helps! ( Full Answer )
Mineral spirits is the most common way. If your desperate you can use anything oil based, veg. oil, baby oil........
my guess it is a base because an acid would burn ur skin and paint doesnt..........its only a guess
Yes PCCR or Croslite is petroleum based. It is only a small amount per pair of shoes but it adds up with all of the crocs being made.
What resin based varnish is used to coat paintings in a hard clear shiny finish. It must not discolour the original pigments?
2 Part Poly Eurathane clear coat and hardener quality varies ans so does the price you get what you pay for 200 a gallon is the entry level high quality wet sand-able and buff-able coating. High gloss is what you need use 1200 grit to surface off orange peel use use compound paste to achieve profess…ional shine. ( Full Answer )
he got paid by the church to paint the murals of the bible on the Sistine chapel.
If it's never been painted and chlorinated rubber or epoxy pool paints are available in your area, that would be ideal. If not, water based pool paints are available but you'll want to ensure that proper prep, including removing all loose, peeling or flaking paint and sanding then priming if require…d. Check with the pool paint manufacturer. Many are designed to go directly over fiberglass or plastics. ( Full Answer )
You can paint a floor with anything, but it doesn't mean it is a good idea. Most paint manufacturing companies make several lines of "porch & floor enamel" ( see note below ) specifically designed for the amount of foot traffic a floor will get. These come in both water (latex & acrylic) base… and oil base. Oil based paints are becoming more and more difficult to obtain in many areas as the paint itself is environmentally questionable. Manufacturer are working diligently to come up with water based paints that have better durability, and there are a number of excellent examples out there. Talk to the sales staff in a reputable paint retail store, and ask questions about durability, warranty, environmental concerns, ease of application/clean-up, and how to dispose of the left over paint. Note: The term enamel refers to the hardness level of the paint finish when dry, not the compounds of which it is made. Generally speaking, the high the "gloss" factor the hard the paint. ( Full Answer )
There are hundreds. Almost every major paint manufacturers make latex. -Certainly far too many for me to list here.
There is usually a special collection point for it at garbage centres and bottle depots.
You can purchase both oil and water based interior paints. Usually the oil is used on trim, doors and any surface that requires frequent cleaning, while the water based coatings are used on walls.
Base is the main constituent of paints, ie synthetic polymers such as acrylic, vinyl acrylic, styrene acrylic, etc. as binders. [
Use a kitchen pan scrubber and and Goof Off. It will soften up and come off easily without harming most upholstery. If you are unsure, test on a piece not normally visible first.
Not always. Enamel only means that it dries hard. You can purchase both oil and water based enamels.
Paint stripper is an acid. Paint strippers work by penetrating thelayers of the paint and the object that the paint is on. There aremany types of chemicals used in paint strippers most of which areacidic.
The base is the main constituent of the type of paint. It can be any of a number of things.
Yes you can. PPG Porter Paints makes a product, Silken Touch, that has the same anti-stick properties that will work great! If there isn't a Porter in your area, Pittsburgh's Manor Hall is an excellent alternative.
Yes. Use a water or oil-based paint after ensuring that the surface is clean and deglossed.
Water based paint is often termed "latex based" and it is used fora vast amount of applications.