oil paint

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oil paint

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paint made of pigment ground in oil, usually linseed oil, used for oil painting

oil paint

[′ȯil ‚pānt]
(materials)
A paint made with a vegetable oil as the filmogen.

oil paint

A paint in which a drying oil is the vehicle for the pigment.
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17th Ave., accepts all brands of latex and oil-based paints, as well as thinners, solvents, pesticides, pool chemicals, fluorescent lights and other products.
Latex paint was touted as the safer alternative to oil-based paint. But there are very harmful solvents used in latex paint that are hard to detect.
To make the walls really pop, they used a contrasting glossy, off-white, oil-based paint for the trim.
Is there a flat finish oil-based paint I could paint them with?
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed into law the nation's third program requiring paint manufacturers to safely manage leftover latex and oil-based paint from households and painting contractors.
Most pros prefer to use oil-based paint on trim for two reasons: Oil-based paint doesn't dry as fast as water-based paint, leaving more time to brush.
Examples of "Unacceptable Items" include, but not limited to; hazardous waste; tires; automotive parts, fluids and batteries (e.g., oil, transmission fluid, windshield washing fluid, starters, brake shoes, etc.); household batteries; oil-based paint; pesticides; and propane tanks, and large household appliances (refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves, dishwashers).
If you're using oil-based paint and the job takes more than a day, pop your brush into a pot of water that covers the bristles.
Did you use an oil-based paint? Since you have already painted the wood, you need to paint it again with a stain block.
Dunn-Edwards has introduced Aristowall, a premium interior enamel product line that has the performance of traditional oil-based paint but the added convenience of water cleanup.