the resins . Resins are obtained from petroleum products. They are plastic and film-forming binders that are diluted with water. They are both solid and economical and allow a wide range of applications such as the creation of patinas and decorations, paints for walls or ceilings, adhesion systems for plasters or paints, fixers for whitewash and lime plasters, as a protective varnish, for decorative coloured concretes, for sprayed insulation systems, and many other possibilities.
The liquid acrylic binder is a concentrated, water-thinnable resin that does not yellow over time and allows the fixing of fillers on different substrates. It is a plastic resin derived from oil with very high adhesive power. Once dry, it is flexible and has a satin to shiny appearance and is washable. Depending on how thin it is diluted, layers can be superimposed without diluting the previous ones to create decorations, patinas or effects
The liquid vinyl binder is a thick, white, highly concentrated resin used to make decorations and as a fixative for lime. It is the ideal binder for lime paints and coatings because it keeps the velvety matt of the lime even at high dosage. Dose 10% of the weight of lime paste or powder as a fixative. This binder can also be used for artistic painting, gluing of canvases....