Water-based paint

Water-based paint

Any paint that can be thinned with water. Includes oil-bound or emulsion paints, whose binder is insoluble in water, but which can be thinned with water.

water-based paint

A paint capable of being thinned or diluted with water; for example, casein paint, latex paint, vinyl paint.
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BEHR PRO released its newest product, BEHR PRO e500 Exterior Paint, a professional-grade exterior 100 percent acrylic water-based paint.
Philip Gornall, by email AIF YOU used a water-based paint then it sounds like the paint was old and has gone off.
5FRESHEN Oil-based white wood paints tend to yellow over time, so for woodwork that stays white use water-based paint, which is mostly available in satin and eggshell finishes.
5FreSheN-Oil-based white wood paints tend to yellow over time, so for woodwork that stays white use water-based paint, which is mostly available in satin and eggshell finishes.
75m) frame was covered from head to toe in a water-based paint, with the design created by British body-painting artist, Emma Fay.
in an industry first, today announced the development of a bio-derived, water-based paint that can be used to paint the plastic chassis of servers, PCs, and other ICT equipment.
Inside, Airbus will use a water-based paint wherever possible, one of the most environmentally friendly types of paint available.
It can be used over surfaces without changing their look and can also be painted over with another water-based paint.
Employing its internal R&D resources, HMG has already developed a comprehensive package of water-based paint systems, for industrial finishing and refinishing applications in the commercial vehicle, bus and j coach, rail industry and general engineering sectors.
At only 15 grams per square meter of vehicle body surface, the extremely low VOC emissions volume makes Aqua-tech the least polluting water-based paint system in the world.
It can be used in polymer latexes and emulsion systems, water-based paint and coatings, Ti[O.
But because water-based paint is more environmentally friendly, less stinky and easier to clean up, it's a better choice for DIYers.