Pigment that is dispersed into a liquid, called a vehicle or medium, which includes a binder to make it adhere both to itself and to the surface to which it is applied. Types of paint include tempera, watercolor, casein, acrylic, oil, alkyd, gouache, enamel, encaustic, fresco, lacquer and others.
Consists mainly of powdered pigments combined with a binding medium.
Various materials, usually liquids, that are applied to surfaces in thin layers and that change to a solid thin film over time.
A mixture or dispersion of opaque pigments or powders in a liquid or vehicle. Now used in the general sense, which includes all organic and inorganic coatings such as enamels, varnishes, emulsions, bituminous coatings, etc. See also Emulsion, Latex, Oil, Water Paint .
Used to decorate plastic models and colour them as the original itself was coloured. Paint s come most commonly in enamel and acrylic.
a substance used as a coating to protect or decorate a surface (especially a mixture of pigment suspended in a liquid); dries to form a hard coating
apply a liquid to; e.g., paint the gutters with linseed oil
a fluid material which when spread thinly over a surface will form a solid, adhesive film over the surface
A mixture of pigment, binder and solvent used to decorate and protect metalwork.
A coating including resin, a solvent, additives, and pigments. Paints are generally opaque, and commonly represent the portion of the industry known as "architectural coatings."
Paint can either be latex (waterbased) or enamel (solvent-based). Painted surfaces in restrooms should be cleaned too. Care should be taken to select cleaning agents that will not harm the painted surfaces.
A mixture of pigment and a liquid.
An opaque coating generally made with a binder, liquids, additives, and pigments. Applied in liquid form, it dries to form a continuous film that protects and improves the appearance of the substrate.
A liquid coating made up of pigment suspended in a vehicle or binder. Common paint vehicles include resins dissolved in solvents or water. Paint dries or cures to a hard film that bonds the pigment to the surface.
Opaque liquid coating, which is used to protect and preserve, surfaces both interior and exterior. Most paints are either latex or oil based and come in a huge variety of colors and tones. Paint consists of three parts; a thinner which give it a liquid appearance, a binder which binds the pigment particles and adheres to the surface, and the additives, which are added to give additional properties.
An opaque coating including resin, a solvent, additives, pigments and, in some products, a diluent
Pigmented liquid or resin applied to a substrate and converted to an opaque solid film subsequent to application.
(Verb) To apply a thin layer of coating to a substrate by brush, roller, spray or other suitable method. (Noun) A pigmented liquid designed for application to a substrate, in a thin layer, which is then converted to a solid film. Paint is designed to protect and/or decorate the surface it is applied to.
A pigmented opaque material that completely covers and hides the surface to which it is applied. Paint is available in oil-based and water-based formulas.
Name for the combination of Pigment and a binding liquid. Types of paint include tempera, watercolour, oil paint, gouache, enamel, encaustic, fresco, lacquer, oriental lacquer, acrylic, and secco.
A combination of pigments with suitable thinners or oils to provide decorative and protective coatings.
Any pigmented liquid, liquifiable, or mastic composition designed for application to a substrate in a thin layer that converts to an opaque solid film after application. - Category: Technique
A pigmented liquid that dries to form an opaque, solid film and provide decoration and protection.
Paint is the general term for a family of products used to protect and add color to an object or surface by covering it with a pigmented coating. As a verb, painting is the application of paint. Someone who paints artistically is usually called a painter, while someone who paints commercially is often referred to as a painter and decorator.