Tim Carter, from AsktheBuilder.com, demonstrates why acrylic house paint is one to consider for your home.
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If you are getting ready to paint the outside of your home, as you know it is a lot of work and it can be very expensive if you hire someone else to do it. The actual cheapest part of the entire job is the paint but if you put the wrong paint on your house, you are going to be repainting it soon.
This happens to be my favorite exterior house paint and the reason why is simple it has got a blend of both polyurethane and acrylic resins ad you can see those actual words in a small block on the side of paint cans. So, which paints do not have the best glues or resins in them?
I am not a really big fan of the ones that say vinyl on the level. When it is time to paint, you are going to go to the paint store and you can talk to the sales people, that is okay but think about it just remember that acrylic has got a really good body to it.
It is the glue that lasts and of course if you can find paint on the label that says acrylic and urethane or acrylic and polyurethane that is fantastic, that is really, really the one to buy.
I am Tim Carter for Ask the Builder. If you want to discover more home improvement tips, go to AskTheBuilder.com.