What is the difference between Floetrol and Penetrol?
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Also question is, can Penetrol be used with acrylic paint?
Penetrol cannot be used in 2-part chemical resistant coatings, Acrylic or other water based paint, chlorinated rubber or coal tar coatings.
One may also ask, should I use Floetrol? Yes using to much floetrol can result in runs or your paint not hiding the underlying wall or material well. Â Floetrol can help reduce brush marks in your finish and make spraying your coating easier but proper directions should be followed when adding floetrol to a paint.
Likewise, people ask, what is Penetrol used for?
It brings life back to faded wood stains, rejuvenates old dull plastics and fibreglass, and makes paint stick to almost anything. Penetrol stops and prevents rust, corrosion and oxidisation. It can be used in confined and damp areas and reduces fire and fume hazards.
How do you use flood Floetrol?
1. Using an empty container or dispensable cup as a measuring device, mix 3 volumes of latex (acrylic) paint to 1 volume of Floetrol. 2. The more Floetrol you add to the mixture (glaze) the more open time you will have and the more translucent the finish will be.