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What Is Oil Based Paint

Oil based paints refers to paints which do not require water as a medium and they are prepared with a drying oil, like linseed, soya and paint thinner as the thinning component. They usually dry incredibly hard, but they take a long period to dry.
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How to Mix Oil Base Paint.
1. Prepare linseed oil ahead of time by heating it in a double boiler (with water in the bottom) Add 2 percent pure beeswax. Mix the linseed oil thoroughly and allow to cool for one day. Store in an airless container. 2. Put on safety gear (mask,  www.ehow.com
What is thicker oil base or latex paint?
Paint thickness is determined by the amount of about twenty-five cents worth of a thickening agent and different manufacturers formulate their paints to different thicknesses. Normally, the latex paints are thicker than the oil based paints within a  wiki.answers.com
What Can You Paint on an Acrylic Shower Base?
Paints designed specifically for acrylic shower refinishing are your best bet in most cases because the paint is made to adhere to the shower base. These paints also have very specific instructions on how to apply the paint, which makes a world of  www.ehow.com
What can you use from wallgreens to thin oil base paint?
The telephone to call a cab to take you to a home center where you can buy some mineral spirits. I have not seen mineral spirits or paint thinner at Walgreen's.  wiki.answers.com
What type of primer can be used to cover oil based paint?
Kilz or Bullseye are best. Both in Home Depot/.  wiki.answers.com
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