Olif -based oil paints

In their composition, all the olifs, like paints on the same component, are divided into three types: natural, semi -natural and synthetic. Natural olifs are obtained by cooking vegetable oil from various species of plants, for example, from hemp seeds, raps, flax and other plant crops.

In this process, vegetable oil is cooked together with the sequacacy, or in other words, with substances that accelerate the process of drying of paints when applying to a painted surface.

However, it is worth noting that natural olifs get their name as a result of the fact that vegetable oils are contained in a volume of no less than ninety -five percent. The drying of paints prepared on natural oliphi is about twenty -four hours, however, if the color was performed under adverse conditions, for example, under high humidity, or in a dark room, then the drying time of the paint can increase several times.

Polonaurus olifs are obtained by thickening of vegetable oils, that is, a peculiar creation of a concentrate and subsequent breeding of this concentrate with a solvent. Paints on the semi -oblast Olifa are much cheaper than paints on natural olifa, but are also less stable, since the film that forms when the paint dries is several times thinner than when using all the same paint on natural olifa.

Synthetic olifs are made by processing and using components such as oil, shale oil and the like. It is worth noting that the prices for paint based on synthetic olifa, although the cheapest, but the quality of such colors leave much to be desired. Firstly, paints based on synthetic olifa have a fairly thin layer of oil film, secondly, such paints are not moisture resistant, thirdly, they dry very slowly-up to seventy-two hours under normal conditions.

The only thing to stop at is the colors on the pentaphthal and glyftal oliphi. They are the most persistent, even compared to paints on natural olifa, quickly dry and can paint almost any objects or objects, regardless of which environment are located.

Pentapntal and glyftal synthetic oliphs almost never crack, with the exception of completely extreme conditions, and also retain an excellent appearance for a long time. As for the price of glypttal and pentafal paints, they are much cheaper than paints on natural oliphi, and only a little more expensive than paints on the semi -native, or as they are also called, combined oliphs.