It should be borne in mind that there are many types of paint, and each one serves for a type of support, according to its benefits and benefits. In this case, to paint walls and ceilings inside the house or inside offices and shops, plastic paint is the most appropriate for the following reasons:
- Plastic paints are designed to withstand friction that may occur in the interior of the home from the furniture, being perfect for corridors, living rooms, and bedrooms.
- They are formulated to have good washability without causing wear on the interior walls of the home.
- The interior paints are highly resistant to water condensation and mold, making them perfect for the interior of the home and wet areas such as the bathroom or kitchen.
- They have a soft and silky touch, making them perfect for decorating and beautifying the interior of the home. And, in addition, they have a wide range of colors available to combine inside the home.
In contrast, coating paints are suitable for the exterior of the home for the following reasons:
- Exterior or coating paint is formulated to withstand exposure to the environment, atmospheric agents, and contamination.
- It is breathable and permeable to water vapor, so it better withstands atmospheric agents such as rain.
- In addition, the exterior paint or coating correctly resists structural agents such as; fractures, fluorescences, condensations, and leaks.
- Finally, there are currently coatings capable of thermally insulating the temperature of the room in which it is applied and self-cleaning coating paints.
Types of plastic paints according to finish: matte, semi-matte, or satin.
Once we already know that plastic paints, for all their benefits, are the most recommended for painting the interior of our house. It is important to note that there are different types of finishes that will affect the result of the painting, especially from a decorative point of view. Mainly, we find these three:
– Matte: It is a painting with an opaque finish. In other words, it does not reflect light and provides a smooth finish.
– Satin: Reflective paint, shiny and fine to the touch.
– Semi-matte: It has a less reflective finish than satin. We can say that it is an intermediate point between the matte and satin finish.