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How to choose acrylic paint

How to choose acrylic paint

Acrylic paints ? This modern materials, which are widely used for repair and construction works for the arts and crafts, for painting on canvas in various techniques.

Acrylic paint is easy to dilute with water to the desired consistency.

You will need

  • Acrylic colors for different types of work.

instructions

1

Acrylic paint for repair and construction works are sold in DIY stores.
Calculate the surface of the walls that you wantinked. On the banks of paint, carefully read the instructions, it was not paint consumption per meter of the surface. The paint on the walls, apply by brush or roller. While the paint is fresh, it can be easily removed with water. After drying the paint is removed with special solvents.
Acrylic paint cover the facades of buildings. It is resistant to bright light and protects the wall from rain and wind.

2

Acrylic paints for arts and crafts are sold in specialty shops for creative work or in departments with a specific theme.
Determine to what surface you need paint.

Acrylic paints are available to paint manufacturingof salt dough, cardboard, plastics, wood. Paints can be diluted either with water or a special thickener to thicken. Colour coating dries to become a little darker.

3

Acrylic paints for painting pottery and ceramics are fixed without placing items in the oven. Products can be cleaned by means of dishwashing liquid and a sponge, without shaggy layer.
Acrylic paints for fabric-dye suitable for things that will be erased by hand.
Acrylic paints for glass are applied to degreased glass surface, do not fade in the sun.

4

Acrylic paints are used in painting and sold in art supply stores.
Dilute acrylic paint to the required youstate. When working in oil painting acrylic paint has an advantage: it is more durable and does not crack. When working in watercolor technique, be aware that acrylic paint is not eroded when layering.

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