Acrylic paint is used extremely versatile. As an artist's paint, the use on walls is conceivable for many people. However, there are always questions as to whether to remove or repaint acrylic paint on the wall. Especially how acrylic paint on the wall behaves with other colors. We give answers.
Acrylic paint - the versatile acrylic resin paint
Acrylic paint was first produced in large quantities in the 1940s and was specifically declared an artist's supply. But it has long been shown that acrylic paint can be applied to almost any surface. For example, acrylic paint on glass, wood or metal is just as rare as acrylic paint on the skin (bodypainting).
How acrylic paint works
In principle, you can also use acrylic paint on the wall without any problems, regardless of whether it is woodchip or vinyl wallpaper, conventional plaster, tiles or wood and plastic coverings. However, you have to pay attention to the necessary diffusibility in a conventional substrate, so for example a mineral plaster with or without wallpaper.
Composition of acrylic paints and varnishes
Acrylic paint consists of the following components:
- Color pigments
- Acrylic resin as binder
- Dilution that evaporates on drying (water or organic dilution)
- possibly additives or additives (for changing properties such as drying, etc.)
When the acrylic paint dries, the acrylic particles stick to each other, they stick together. Therefore, a waterproof film is formed. This is advantageous for many applications, for example as weather protection.
However, painting or painting an entire wall with acrylic paint can be problematic if the wall can not breathe. Individual pictures of acrylic paint on the wall, however, are completely unproblematic.
Processing the acrylic paint for the wall
You should especially prefer water-diluted acrylic paint in bedrooms and children's rooms. Otherwise, you can dilute just water-diluted acrylic paint, if a less intense color intensity is desired. As long as it is not dry, you can wash off the acrylic paint well. Entfernen Remove or paint over acrylic paint on the wall
However, many murals and creative works of art made of acrylic paint are found on the walls of rented houses or apartments. This means that the day will come when the acrylic paint is completely removed. Many people have considered that acrylic paint can be removed or painted over well with another paint.
Acrylic paint is easy to paint
Here we can reassure you. Removing the acrylic paint from the wall can be difficult depending on the substrate (wallpaper, for example). However, you can paint acrylic paint without restrictions.
Use good emulsion paint, possibly paint twice
This works wonderfully with the dispersion paints used as wall paint. However, you should use a high-quality wall paint, otherwise it may be that the new paint does not cover. You may also need two strokes.
Tips & TricksIn the house journal you will find further advice on handling acrylic paints. So you can also read here, how it behaves with acrylic paint on Styrofoam or other plastic.