If the termites have already infected the furniture, you will have to treat the furniture for termites, with the solutions easily available in the market, e.g. Termiguard. No Wood Finish is Termite proof.
If you haven't opened the lid of the product, it will last for next 3 years from the date of manufacture of the Paint. If you have opened the lid of product, we recommend you use the product within the next 24 hours.
Both Emulsions & Distempers have a few similarities as both are durable, and offer a wide range of shades to choose from. But some clear differences are that Emulsion paints give a silky and smooth finish to your walls, are more durable and long lasting, in addition to offering a wider range of shades to choose from.
All emulsion paints give a smooth finish and soft feel to the wall. They come in lovely shades and are long lasting. Royale is the most premium emulsion. It looks better on your walls whist imparting a mild shine to the walls, that gives your room a silky and classy look. With the right lighting, your walls will appear to glow.
Water-based paints are diluted with water, while solvent-based paints are diluted with solvents like Mineral Turpentine Oil (MTO). Emulsions are water-based paints while enamels, lustre and matt finishes are solvent-based paints. Emulsions look better on walls and are ideal for drawing rooms. Solvent-based paints are ideally suited for kitchens and bathrooms since they are water-resistant. Enamels are used on wood and Metals.
While painting, one must take a few precautions, such as: 1) Do not use cotton rags for cleaning, use soft synthetic or muslin cloth. Otherwise, threads will stick to the surface leading to a patchy, uneven finish. 2) Do not apply the next coat without the first one drying, otherwise you will have a wrinkly, patchy finish as well as loss of gloss. 3) Do not sandpaper very hard, otherwise there will be scratches, roughness and poor gloss. 4) Do not apply very thick coats, otherwise there will be a thick rough finish, resulting in slow drying. 5) Avoid mixing paints yourself. Buy readymade paints as far as possible, otherwise there will be patchy and inconsistent columns in the finish.
We do not retail our products directly. You will have to purchase the paints from our authorized dealer, and for any discounts, it’s the dealers discretion. Please note the pricing is done in such a way that the larger quantity you buy, the lesser you pay in proportion.
Lime wash is a very low substitute for paint. It has a poor finish, is neither washable nor durable. Also there is no choice of colour. Lime wash rubs off on hands, clothes etc from the walls easily.
There is no permanant solution to it. One can try NC thinner available in the market or stain remover from any branded company for removing the same. But chances of granite losing gloss cannot be eliminated. Hence, one needs to be careful while removing.
Emulsion paint is water based with some additives to make it more durable, but can usually be scrubbed off with water and detergent. Enamel paint is solvent based, and permanent. It can only be removed with a solvent. Use emulsion to cover large surfaces cheaply and where you may want to change the colour - use enamel paint (which is much more expensive).