Saturday, 30 July 2016

Coloring Paints and Varnishes

One of the main objectives for which we decided to paint is to change the color to our home and give it a distinct appearance. It is essential to know choose colors but also know how to prepare them.
The majority of the painting come from factory in ready-made colors. For example, synthetic enamels, with colors such as white, yellow, red, blue, green, and other not-so-classic tones but if well known as silver, ochre, Vicuña, cobalt, etc..
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All these paints them can be mixed to obtain new "custom" colors, or add white getting colors pastels, i.e., colors of the same range or tone, but more clear.

Water paintings, whether they are acrylic or vinyl used to paint walls also come in colors like cement, tiles, ochre, colonial, etc. Varnishes are also dyed with colours that tone to the wood where they are applied, but without covering it entirely revealing the original veins, these colors are mahogany, cedar, walnut, oak, or the name of wood that mimic.

Also many paint or paint stores have machines to prepare colors according to an extensive menu with thousands of ringtones to choose: the tintometric system. A convenient option for the preparation of the colors of our House, but surely with a higher cost.

The other way to prepare colors is to use universal entonadores or special dyes. You can see an example of how coloring paints with entonadores universal in as dye painting white.


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