The modern building project employ dozens of technologies, and nowadays paints play not only an aesthetic, but also protective role. Water-resistant paints represent one of the most widespread paint types for external use. These paints are well suited for the bathrooms, basements and ceilings to deal with high level of humidity. Unlike other types of materials, it lasts long, plus it can be refreshed without much effort and huge expenses.
Since the surface of the wall is porous, covering it with usual paints is quite a risky affair, because the pores accumulate water vapor, which will eventually evaporate, thereby, resulting to peeling and cracking of the material. Water-resistant paints (acrylic) have the ability to penetrate deep into the pores, preventing the surface from peel off from the substrate and don’t crack over time. When applying the paint keeping surface dry is essential to provide decent adhesion and essure sufficient water repellency. Thus, the water-resistant paints are not afraid of water due to a reliable coating, resistant to wet cleaning and allowing repainting without removing the previous layer. By purchasing this finishing material, you need to pay attention to its bacteriological features. With the presence of protective components, the paint can be well suited for painting of floors, walls and ceilings in rooms with high humidity. Some companies, like Britannia, concentrating their efforts on exterior wall coatings, offer fully eco-friendly products that pose no threat to human health. Continue reading “The Types Of Paints You See In 9 building projects out of 10”