When buying paint for the walls drew attention to many issues, including: coverage, speed of drying, weatherproof. Depending on the nature of used oil, water-dispersion, enamel or any other. Each has its pluses and minuses. Oil paint for the walls – it is a suspension of pigment and binder. Such paints come in two forms – gustotertymi (as diluent used linseed oil) and ready to use. The basis of oil paints is linseed oil – combined, natural or Oksol. Natural linseed oil, used for gustotertyh paints.
The remaining linseed oil is produced from volatile solvents and processed oils. On the bank of paint indicate what type of varnish was used. Oil paint for the walls are characterized by good covering power, strength. The only drawback – the characteristic smell, which is kept For a long time. They recommend that you use to paint the exterior walls. Enamel paints are made on the basis of the varnish.
It is composed of different pigments and solvents. Produced several varieties enamel paints: nitroemali, alkyd enamel. After drying, they form a solid shiny glossy or matte layer. Such paint is fast drying – 15 to 45 minutes. Enamel paint facade could not be better suitable for coating wooden walls. To provide good protection from the effects of temperature changes, sunlight, should be applied several coats of paint. Enamels are also used in areas with high humidity. Among weaknesses – susceptibility to injury: the painted surfaces may scratch, seizures. Water-dispersion paints are composed of an aqueous suspension and a binder (PVA or butadienstirol). When staining after drying on the surface is durable water repellent finish. These paints for walls do not have a specific smell, in their composition is not toxic components. Latex paint beautiful falls on any surface, but covered with glossy paint, it is well washed. Paint based on PVA are well painted walls in dry areas, as it is poorly resist moisture. Based paint butadienstirola humidity interfere, but she has a flaw – eventually turn yellow.