Solvent-borne coatings sometimes get the upper hand on ambient-cured latex-based coatings. They have better:
- chemical resistance
- moisture resistance
- surface hardness
- abrasion and block resistance
But there’s a secret to improving performance in ambient-cured latex coating formulations. Can you predict the additive? View the slideshow below for latex-based coating formulation guidance and to learn more.
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2 Responses to “Ambient-Cured Latex Paints: How to Improve Performance”
thanks for sharing the interesting information
i would be pleased to receive more information on this if the self-crosslinking system with hydrazone is a fast curing system and is non-toxic.
Interesante, bien explicado.