The role of high-gloss wax in water-based paints. Water-based wood lacquers are painted according to gloss requirements. They are divided into high-gloss decoration and matte decoration. Its gloss improvement plays an important role.
Matte water-based wood lacquer uses different matte water-based wood lacquer topcoats to make matte effect coating films with different gloss (full matt, semi-matte), and the matte paint film presents natural low-gloss decoration Effect.
High (bright) gloss water-based wood lacquer is painted with high (bright) water-based wood finish paint, generally with a 90-degree gloss, which can make the paint film thick enough to create an extra-bright “mirror effect” “, the paint film is plump and thick, and the paint film presents a high gloss; because the matt water-based wood lacquer topcoat decoration is mostly thin coating, compared with high (bright) gloss decoration, the coating process can be simplified, saving labor and materials , It can also partially cover up some shortcomings of the base material and poor coating technology.
It is recommended to add an appropriate amount of wax emulsion as an auxiliary agent. Different types of wax emulsions can meet different gloss requirements. The particle size of the emulsion is relatively small, which can greatly improve the gloss of the product, and at the same time impart various properties such as slippery feeling and scratch resistance.
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