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Choosing paint for the right surface

It should be kept in mind that choosing the right paint products starts with taking into account the environment (indoor or outdoor) and surface to be painted.
Painting wall
The most typical surfaces to be painted
Interior

The interior paints are designed to be stain-resistant and easy to clean, they are adapted to specific applications, such as walls and ceilings.

 

Common Substrates for Paints and Coatings

Interior
  • Masonry
    Masonry
    The paint must meet specific color, texture and durability requirements depending on the application.
  • Wood
    Wood
    The application is of great importance, namely, texture, tinting and abrasion resistance of the wood are the main criteria for choosing the paint product.
  • Metal
    Metal
    Feel and look are the main criteria to consider. The paint should limit rusting in cases of extreme heating and cooling.
Exterior

To withstand extreme weather conditions, exterior paints are designed to endure. Depending on the surface to be painted, different requirements must be taken into account for the paint or the chosen coating.

 

Common Substrates for Paints and Coatings

Exterior
  • Masonry
    Masonry
    The paint should withstand sun, humidity and impact of microorganisms by retaining its color.
  • wood surface for exterior paints and coatings
    Wood
    The paint should provide breathability of the wooden surface and protect it from biodegradation.
  • metal surface for exterior paints and coatings
    Metal
    The paint should protect the surface from rusting.