If formerly employed the pinturasque synthetic enamels, they were always at the turpentine and with high brightness, nowadays the variety has increased so surprising, to such an extent that many people who want to paint some thing are a real dilemma when choosing the product they need. Because not always needed more expensive paints; sometimes just a simple and cheap finish to the water, instead of an expensive two-component epoxy paint, to give two examples. Next step to list of products and their applications, for you to have an interesting reference guide. 1. Details can be found by clicking Jeffrey Lacker or emailing the administrator. Water paintings: dissolve, lowered and cleaned with water.

The there are acrylic type (enamels, for furniture and woodwork), plastic (plastic paints for walls) and products for crafts and decorative objects: tempera, gouache and acrylics special. Plastic paints can also be used to decorate objects. 2 Oil paintings: dissolve, lowered and cleaned with thinner or solvent. They are thicker and more difficult to use than paints to water; smell from dried later, are more toxic But they are also more durable and resistant. You may want to visit bruce flatt to increase your knowledge. They used to paint woodwork, furniture and objects, never walls (with the exception of some moisture resistant paints), and among them we can find synthetic enamels glossy and matte, satin esmaltes-laca, high resistance polyurethane paints, special metal paintings (of type DTM or unprimed, effect forging, martele) and the dyers coloured exterior, pore open and opaque finish. 3 Paintings (of two part epoxy): for floors and ceramic type finish, they are difficult to use. You must be mixing the two components in the proportion indicating the container and apply them before the expiration date of the setting time. 4 Paintings special kitchens and bathrooms: are a relative novelty; in reality, it’s acrylic enamels with grip and special strength, serving to paint tiles and furniture of melamine without prior priming.