Synthetic wall paint: perfect to repel stains

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  June 22, 2022
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Synthetic wall paint

for problem surfaces and synthetic wall paint you can simply treat with a latex.

With a synthetic wall paint, you must know why you are using it.

Synthetic wall paint

If a wall has no stains or nicotine stains, you can simply paint with a latex paint.

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If you suffer from, for example, soot stains or there is a lot of smoking in a room, then a synthetic wall paint is a solution.

You can also use this paint well if you have mold in your bathroom.

Also read the article about this: removing mold.

You only need to use synthetic paint on problem surfaces.

The paint is turpentine based and does not smell very fresh.

It is then easy to clean.

Make sure to wear gloves during application.

When the job is done, you should immediately clean the brush and roller with white spirit.

Also read the article: cleaning brushes.

Wall paint   with a synthetic base you can paint over.

Synthetic wall paint has the property that it will discolour.

There is a yellowing especially with lighter shades.

I can imagine you don’t want this.

You can then simply paint the wall with a latex.

Wait at least 24 hours with this.

If you want to know how to paint a wall, click here.

The wall paint also has a few more properties that you can take advantage of.

It has good coverage.

A second advantage is that you can then clean the wall with water.

After application, the drying time is between three and six hours.

It completely insulates your stains that are present in your wall.

The only downside is that it doesn’t smell fresh.

Today it is not used as often anymore.

There are now sprays and other agents that make mold or stains disappear.

Then there is just sauce.

Which one of you has used another means to isolate stains?

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