the acrylic binder is a concentrated resin that can be diluted with water, which does not yellow over time and which allows loads to be fixed on different supports. It is a plastic resin derived from petroleum with very high tackiness. When dry, it is flexible and has a satin to gloss appearance and is washable. Depending on its dilution, the layers can be superimposed without diluting the previous ones in order to create decorations, patinas or effects. You can compose your painting by incorporating mineral fillers such as pigments, millstone white or marble powders in the proportion of 20% max. It is possible to incorporate it into lime as a fixer at a maximum dosage of 20%, however it blocks the support at high dosage and gives a plastic appearance to the lime. Then prefer the vinyl binder. This binder adheres to any type of new or old support and advantageously replaces bindex or caparol.