Distemper Paint: Low on Price, High on Looks
Painting is quite a time and money consuming job, yet necessary enough to be done once every couple of years. Another thing that makes painting tiresome is the choice of colours and type of paints to be used. There are so many varieties available in the market, leaving the consumer rather confused. British Paints offers all types of paints and related materials to give best and long lasting looks to the structures. If you are planning a paint job without denting your pockets, then the best choice is to go for Distempers.
Also known by the name of Distemper paints, these are one of the oldest types of paints used in the history of humans. Distempers are water-based paints, composed of powdered chalk, lime, water and pigments. They are made available by British Paints in a plethora of shades to choose from. The Distemper paint cost is one of the major reasons why they are preferred over other types of paints, as they are light on the pocket and last long enough.
Another reason is the looks they provide to the structures, they are available in almost all the colours and provide a matte finish to the walls. These paints are ideal for internal use only, not very much suitable for exterior use.
British Paints offers 2 variants of Distemper Paints, namely:
· Acri-Silk Acrylic Distemper: It is a water based acrylic distemper paint, made available in pastel colours, inspired by the Mother Nature. This paint is the best choice if you are looking to give a smooth and silky lustre to the walls and going easy on the budget. It is available in 1 kg, 2 kg, 5 kg, 10 kg and 20 kg packs.
· 20–20 Acrylic Distemper: This is also a water based acrylic distemper available in an array of beautiful shades. It gives a smooth and matte finish to the ceilings and walls. 20–20 Acrylic Distemper is recommended for interior use only. It is available in 1 kg, 2 kg, 5 kg, 10 kg and 20 kg packs.
The distemper cost price makes it the best fit option of economy class, without compromising on the looks and aesthetics of the interiors. These paints dry up in 30 minutes and ready to be recoated in a 3–4 hour period. The distempers can be applied directly on interior plasters, brick work and asbestos. Another budget friendly feature of these paints is than regular water can be used in order to make them thinner. Distemper paints can be applied with brushes or rollers with ease.