Advices for interior

Yellowing

DESCRIPTION:
The development of yellowish traces in the aged paint most often seen on dry white paint or transparent lacquer.

 

CAUSES:

• Oxidation of alkyd paints and varnishes
• Heat from ovens, radiators

 

SOLUTION:
Emulsified paints do not tend to yellow, either do varnishes. Alkyd paints due to their hardening mechanism tend to yellow, especially in areas exposed to sunlight. There is special paint for radiators which is heat resistant and does not become yellow after hot heat. Beware, do not take a normal paint at high temperatures, except that it will become yellow it will also cause unpleasant odors.
EVRIKA is a glossy, acrylic, water based enamel, which can be used for the protection and decoration of wood surfaces, both indoor and outdoor of metallic surfaces, previously primed of mineral plaster and concrete surfaces.

 

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