plastic paint

plastic paint

[′plas·tik ‚pānt]
(materials)
Paint composed of a plastic (such as vinyl or nitrocellulose) in a solvent.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

plastic paint, texture-finished paint, textured paint

A heavy-bodied, thixotropic paint which can be worked after application, by stippling or by paint rollers having a textured pattern, to produce various textured or pattern surfaces.
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A A plastic paint, such as a uPVC primer, could be applied and then painted over with an oil-based top coat of your choice.
Established in 1966 and headquartered in Gose City, Nara Prefecture, SAP has been producing and selling aluminum paste, commanding the leading share in the domestic market of aluminum paste for plastic paint applications.
"We have lost a share of that market to plastic," Heenan says, citing the lower production cost of the blow molded plastic paint containers as the main driving force behind companies choosing to switch over.
Sherwin-Williams and Dutch Boy now offer their paint in plastic paint containers with screw-on, gasketed plastic lids that have little nubs to grab so you can open and close them without tools.
Craig Cooper-Flintstone AA PLASTIC paint, such as a UPVC primer, could be applied and then painted over with an oil-based top coat of your choice.
A PAINTING contractor is helping to save the environment by recycling plastic paint pots into garden furniture.
Low interest rates, which spur home sales, and a new gallon-size plastic paint container have contributed to increased resin consumption in this market.
Without the convenience of water-based plastic paint, I don't think Francis, in his all-too-frequent "off periods," would have veered as perilously close to the likes of Paul Jenkins and - dare I say it?