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Enamels refer to paints that produce hard, glossy finishes. Enamels are mostly oil-based paints and are available in semi-gloss (satin) to a highly glossy finish, with heat resistant properties. They are widely used on metal and wooden surfaces. Since they offer easy maintenance and washability, they can also be applied to a small part of the kitchen/bathroom walls.
There are two types of enamels. 1. Oil Based 2. Water-Based
Oil-based enamels produce a hard, durable and glossy layer. However, oil-based paints take longer time to dry. While water-based enamels dry quicker, they produce less glossy finish than traditional oil-based ones.
Polyurethane (PU) coatings are enamels for wooden surfaces. They, like regular enamels, impart hard and glossy finish on wood, thus enhancing beauty and life of wooden surfaces. PU coatings are mostly oil-based, however, water-based PU finishes are available.
Enamel can provide easy to maintain, washable surfaces when used on walls. But due to their very high gloss, paintbrush or roller marks may become visible. It is hence advisable to use enamels, on smaller areas on walls.
Emulsions are water-based paints i.e. paint pigments and their binders are carried by solvent water. Emulsions also called acrylics or latex paints, are contained in water, they are easy to apply and dry up quickly as well. Emulsions come in different finishes and are more versatile and widely used.
Emulsions contain polymeric resins wherein distempers contain chalk/lime. Distempers do not produce a long-lasting effects and slowly flake off and colour fades away. Low-cost emulsions are better alternatives to distempers for household painting and offer much more value for money. Click here for more
Putty is often used to prepare a smooth, even surface prior painting. It fills in minor cracks and holes and removes any undulations on walls.
A primer is a substance that is used as a pre-coat before paint application on any surface – walls, wood or metal. Primer improves the adhesion of paint onto the surface and enhances paint durability.
Priming can be skipped if matte finish paint is used. It is always advisable to have an undercoat of primer if a gloss (sheen) finish is desired or when painting a shade way lighter or darker than existing. However, priming does not cost must and it increases the durability of paint, it is advisable to have one.
Matte Finish is opaque and does not reflect light at all and thus can cover up minor imperfections. It is not washable or stain-resistant, so only way to get rid of scribbles or stains is to paint over them. Matte paint is the least expensive of all emulsions and is the most economical solution for houses on rent. (There are Matte finish available now which are washable and are expensive)
Higher the Glossy finish, the higher the shine, more durable, easier to maintain it is and higher the cost. High sheen also reflects more light and hence imperfections like patches or reworked areas are easily noticeable. Gloss paints can be used in areas that demand attention and easy maintenance, like high traffic living room, kids room, kitchen, and bath.
If you have to impress your tenants with your freshly painted apartment and also save good cash, go for matte emulsion paints. They are easy to be painted over and do not show up minor imperfections as well. A smart tip is to use a combination of paints: Matte finish on the ceiling and desired sheen on walls, small textured wall, and few stencils to add up the beauty.
The quote includes the material cost and all the costs that may occur in the whole process. All the materials procured will be branded and sealed pack.
One coat of primer followed by two or three coats of putty, again one more coat of primer then 2 coats of paint application. Any seepage issue must be rectified first before starting the process.
Touch up putty, followed by a coat of primer then 2 coats of paint application, provided walls are in good condition without any cracks or water seepage. If cracks are there we have to apply crack filer in the beginning of the process.
Priming can be skipped if matte finish paint is used. It is always advisable to have an undercoat of primer if a gloss (sheen) finish is desired or when painting a shade way lighter or darker than existing. However, priming does not cost much and it increases the durability of paint, it is advisable to have one.
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