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Acrylic Emulsion – Allows you to give your home an excellent makeover

By Rohan Sinha Subscribe to RSS | March 30th 2012 | Views:

All of us want a home where not only good people live but the home itself encourages a happier and pleasant environment. The easiest and most simplest way to do this is to paint the walls of your home. You might be thinking how much the whole painting project would cost. In order to get the best ever look of your home, I don't think you should rest on cost. The main thing is the right paint and right theme that will never let you think about the money spent on painting. I have found people who spend thousands of rupees on painting but never reach close to their desired taste and look. The major issue is the wrong selection of paint. Many people make hasty decision and end up selecting inferior quality paints. Even they choose good quality paints but then there will be something wrong with the paints theme. Because of this, they end up paying heavy prices and fuss over painting the walls again.

According to paint experts, applying acrylic emulsion is undoubtedly the best way to get that desired look. These paints come preloaded with the elements that take care of your walls, environment, budget and most importantly delivering the desired finish. Acrylic paints are majorly known for their water solubility and once they become dry completely they are difficult to be washed off with water. Over all these, acrylic emulsions are available in a host finishes you can choose from. Below are a few of them, you can consider choosing any one of these finishes for your home and give it a fabulous makeover.

Matte Finish – Matte finish acrylic emulsion paint is the mostly used paint option all over the world. Sometimes also known as flat finish, is found to be very useful in hiding the minute errors of the walls such as uneven surface and cracks.

Gloss Finish – This finish is perfect for people who wish to create an altogether different atmosphere in a particular room. The walls with this type of acrylic emulsion reflect back and create the desired ambiance.

Egg Shell Finish – This paint finish allows you quick and easy cleaning of walls. . These emulsions when applied to any surface give an effect very close to the outer area of an egg shell. You can easily remove finger marks and others stains from the walls. For more information, you can refer to internet.

Rohan Sinha - About Author:
Want to know more about acrylic emulsion and colour homes? With an employee strength of about 900, AkzoNobel India's manufacturing sites, business and sales offices and distribution network span the length and breadth of the country.

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