What is the difference between cement paint and cement 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.
Yes, you can mix water based paint with cement. It will cause the cement to mix bind better
Enamel is oil based paint.
It is a white cement based paint. Sometimes a laytex pased paint is used but this is infrequent.
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.
Primer can come in any base.
Solvent based paint will use a special thinner, and generally be smellier till it dries. Water based paint needs no special thinner and is not smelly.
oil based can only be covered with oil based paint. latex can be covered with either
you can't paint silicon... however you can paint contact cement... clean silicone , paint with contact cement carefully ,paint contact cement with your paint, covering all contact cement
The solution in which the pigment is suspended. i.e. the pigment is suspended in a water-based solution in latex paint, but in an oil-based solution for alkyd (oil) paints.
The main difference is that acrylic is water based and enamel is oil based. You can almost always tell the base of a paint by looking at the 'cleanup and thinning ' instructions. Oil based enamels are indeed oil based, however, there are many water based enamels on the market. Enamel designates that the surface is hard.
Synthetic distemper is a type of acrylic paint. Acrylic distemper is a water-based paint that dries with a matte finish.
what is the difference between the latex paint and emulsion paint
Lime Based Skim coat (LSC) is made with lime in various formulation and there is no standard formulation. The same consists of mainly lime, oil and several other igredients which changes from place to place. Cement based Skim coat on the other hand is factory made and contains Cement as Binder along with Filler and Additive to support various properties. The basic difference between Lime Based Skim Coat and Cement Based are that the Lime… Read More
I don't see why not, many Fabric Paints are Acrylic, which means the're water based, I think there is an oil based Fabric Paint, which ever you deside to use, when and/or if you deside to put a finish coat on your project, make sure you use a water based finish with a water based fabric paint and an oil based finish with a oil based fabric paint. The only difference between Fabric Paint and… Read More
Quite simply the materials used to paint the picture. Pigments used for painting may be, among other things, water or oil based. Generally, but not always, oil based paintings endure longer.
oil based paits are based from oil and latex from latex
Yes, a huge difference. Latex (and acrylic ) paints are essentially water based and use water as a cleaning medium. Enamel is oil based and uses paint thinner as a cleaning medium. These types of paint are NOT mixable with each other, and should not be applied on top of each other without a primer.
Yes but you need special cement paint just go to your local paint store and ask for some cement paint an they should be able to help you
Alkyd paint has a resin in it to help the oil in the paint dry faster, oil based paint in my opinion has a more vibrant colors, both in depth an brightness, waterbased seems to be toned down some-what. Wood paint can be either water based or oil based and even water soluble oil based. Oil based alkyd paint lately are used for things or areas that might receive abuse, and because of the slower… Read More
Enamel just means that the paint dries hard and is higher gloss. Enamel paint is available in oil-based and water-based versions. The water-based versions are available in 100% acrylics, vinyls and blends.
no because cement is made out of concreate not enamel 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.
Yes you can. Substitute 20% of the water for the cement mix with latex paint (Water based paint) and mix slow and thorough. Don't over used too much paint it will damage the integrity of the concrete.
what is difference between poster and painting
Any paint remover will work, since cement is rather durable.
they are both the same
They are both essential the same, solvent based finishes which require paint thinner to dilute or clean up.
xylene will work and so will soy bean oil. use hot hot hot water
lustre paint has a soft sheen emulsion paint is usually matte
how can I tell the difference between acrylic and oil paint on my wall?
Oil paint is oil based and can have a hard glossy finish. Emulsion paint is water based, less glossy and not so durable.
Lute is an synthetic oil based finish having a semi smooth and mid sheen level. plastic paint is a water based emulsion coating that is normally Matt in appearance. Lustre has a very high washablity, stain resistance and life. Plastic is water based, so limited washabililty.... but it is more environment friendly and easy to apply.
When you hear the word enamel in a paint, that is referring to the hardness and not the content. There can be an Oil Based Enamel, a Water Based Enamel. Enamel is how hard the final finish is. Enamels normally are high gloss but there can also be enamels in a flat paint also. Enamels are very durable and can be scrubbed again and again. That is the reason you find most enamels going into… Read More
Not too much anymore. Tempera used to be made with an egg base to help bind the pgment. Poster paint is a water-based synthetic. However, I would say that today most tempera is probably synthetic as well.
Normal acrylic paint does not contain metal flecks.
The main difference between concrete paint and stain is that stain is colored and thinner. Concrete paint is used mainly to paint over top of existing concrete while stain will change the color. Stain is used more indoors than the paint.
put black paint in it
Yes you can.
They aren't comparable. Alkyd is a type of resin that is available in both oil and water-based paints; while enamel is a description that is used to indicate that a paint dries to a hard surface with a glossy sheen.
painting of oil is called oil paint and painting of vinyl is called vinyl paint
Cement paint. True fact. Go to your local hardware store and simply look for cement paint. However, seek advice and do your research before engaging in this activity because painting a concrete or cement surface is a totally different method than painting drywall or wood surfaces.
Cement can wick moisture from outside that will cause your paint to peel off. Look for a primer that will seal it first, then paint it.
Yes. you can use a waterborne alkyd paint over a clean and deglossed oil based alkyd paint. If you want to put a water based acrylic of vinyl paint over an oil based paint, then you'll need to first de-gloss the oil based surface, either chemically or by using sandpaper, then apply an oil based primer as a bridge between the oil and water based paints. You can then use water based paint over the… Read More
It makes a difference if you are putting it on a deck, as you suggest. Oil paint may not survive more than a year on an outdooor deck.
acrylic is 'water' based (or dilutable with water, anyway), and urethane is oil based.
Yes you can use white cement or grey cement as an exterior paint coat it will last 25+ years, you can add powder pigments to it to choose any color you like
what are the difference between wordpad and paint
The difference between a matte paint and a gloss paint are the shine once they are painted on. Gloss paints are really shiny, and matte are finishes with no glare.
There is no such thing as gasoline paint.