Interior and exterior paints need to stand up to entirely different menaces. Paint on the interior of your home will need to be cleaned or even scrubbed, while exterior paints need to be weather and sun-damage resistant. Both exterior and interior paints are a combination of pigment, solvent, resins, and additives. The solvent in paint keeps it liquid and spreadable until it dries on your wall or trim. Latex paint dries more quickly because its solvent is water, while the solvent in oil-based paints is mineral spirits, which takes more time to evaporate. Once the paint is applied, the solvent evaporates, and the resin allows the paint to adhere to the surface. Various additives in paint give it desirable characteristics, like moisture and scrub resistance.
This 400-watt electric sprayer can be used for a variety of different DIY projects, on both the interior and the exterior of a home. It can spray a number of different materials including stain, varnish, latex and enamel paints, primers, sealers and even polyurethane. This makes it an ideal tool to use on interior or exterior walls, furniture, and craft projects. It has a 27-ounce capacity, adjustable nozzle sizes which allow the user to select from one inch to six inches wide, and has three spray patterns: circular, vertical and horizontal. It’s a product that’s easy to use by amateurs but offers the options professionals can use. House Painter Broomfield Colorado