water-thinned paint

water-thinned paint

[′wȯd·ər ¦thind ′pānt]
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Once a name for synthetic rubber, latex is now synonymous with water-thinned paint. The pigment-holding resin particles are held in suspension.
The next section covers paint making and painting methods: oil and water-thinned paints, temperas, encaustic, pastel, synthetic binders, and mural paints and techniques.
A record increase of 46.99% was registered in the export of construction materials resulting from notable increases in the export of pebbles, gravel, broken or crushed stones and water-thinned paints. However, tourism expenditures fell by 7.7% to US$152 million.