Emulsion, or water-based latex, paint is usually used to paint interior walls and ceilings. Some types of emulsion paint can also be used to paint woodwork.
Some people use emulsion paint for special finishes, such as rag rolling. It can be used for stenciling and sponge painting, too.
Emulsion paint usually has at least a slight sheen to it. This paint type comes in several different finishes, including high gloss, matte, eggshell, silk and satin. Typically the higher the gloss of the paint the easier it is to clean, which is why many people use gloss or satin finishes on doors and windows.
Because it is water-based, emulsion paint has less fumes and is easier to clean up than oil-based paint varieties. Running brushes under hot water cleans off all the paint. It also dries much more quickly than oil-based paint unless in a humid environment.
We offer you Interior Emulsion Paint Under Both Brands.
|Form of Paint||Liquid|
|Application Method||Brush, Water, Roller, Spray|
|Feature||Anti Fouling, Waterproof|
|Type||Vinyl Silk, Vinyl Matt, Vinyl Satin, Vinyl Soft Sheen|
|Surface of Application||Wood, Ceiling, Walls|
|Packaging Type||plastic, drum|
|Brand||jaco and hamper|
|Application||Interior Whitewash Paint|
|Pack Size||10,20 litres|