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Know About Paints

Paint is defined as a chemical mixture, which forms a decorative and preventative layer when applied on a plastered surface. This chemical mixture which is formulated by certain principles and contains four basic ingredients:
  • Binders & Extenders
  • Pigments
  • Additives
  • Specialty Chemicals
Expectations from paint consumers from a superior quality paint are given below:
  • Hiding efficiency.
  • Whiteness.
  • Easy application.
  • Colourfulness.
  • Consumption.
LOW paints are typically made of natural ingredients such as plant oils, nano minerals, resins and water-based solvents, They are environment friendly and have a lower impact on human health compared to conventional paints that contain high levels of VOC.
  • Firstly, the required painting tools and machineries related to the paint to be applied, should be available completely.
  • No paint should be applied on dirty or moist surfaces. The surface should be prepared according to the paint type to be applied.
  • Defects relating architectural, constructive defects, if any, should be corrected. For new cement plastered or exposed concrete surfaces which will be painted for the first time, the earliest application should be carried out 3-4 weeks later.
  • All paints should be mixed with a suitable mixer before application.
  • Paint work should be carried out as thin coats.
  • Powder or liquid additives should not be added into the paint and the paint should not be thinned at a rate more than the thinning rate noticed on the package.
If the thinner of the paint is water, these are water-based paints, primers, distempers, emulsions, pure acrylic emulsions, and silicone-based paints are water-based paints. If the thinner of the paint is synthetic thinner, these are synthetic-based paints, enamels, QD enamels, wood primers, red oxide Primers, zinc oxide primers, and wood coatings are synthetic-based paints. based paints.
While selecting or choosing colours for buildings, always consider individual tastes & choices, Just remember the thumb rule of the colour, dark colours can make large buildings look smaller, whereas light colours can make small buildings appear larger.

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