However, fewer professionals are now using these paints, since most of the auto manufacturers use other types of paint, more suitable for mass production. The enamels used in the automotive industry are two types of enamel paints, which form a stable coating by curing, not just dry. In As an example, consider the usual (for example, wallpaper) and two-pronged glue. Normal adhesive used as a solvent and water when it evaporates dry. In a two-part adhesive is chemically hardening. Two-part adhesives are not amenable to the action of moisture, but susceptible to heat (the higher the temperature, the faster the freezing). Both types of enamel paints contain a solvent to give the composition of the paint required yield sputtering. If your car – small-scale production, keep in mind that you can use any type of paint, although preference should be given special paints for body repair.
On vehicles with fiberglass body paint in the upper layer of the material. Acrylic lacquer, this type of paint is usually done in spray cans, but it can also be applied with spray guns. Acrylic paints give excellent gloss finish, well kept and dry quickly, although complete drying takes about 16 hours. Varnish should be applied after the main spraying enamel to make the surface proper light. It's best not to use conventional cellulose primer under acrylic paints. It is recommended to use special solvents and primers for this type of paint.
In addition, you can not mix different Acrylic paints, otherwise the coating may crack. Since acrylic paints give a thin film that should be applied in several layers. Lacquer paint dry out and harden, when the solvent evaporates completely. There are acrylic paints, containing in its composition thermoplastics, which soften under the influence of heat. Cars covered with the colors, the production process are high-temperature processing. Such treatment dries out the paint, leading to its hardening and the appearance of an even layer.