Will latex paint adhere to epoxy ?
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Yes, if it's the correct type|
Posted by: bnystrom on Oct-02-12 7:04 AM (EST)
Posted by: Roanguy on Oct-02-12 9:01 AM (EST)
That is what I was hoping
Aren't latex paints water based ?|
Posted by: cockneykayaker on Oct-02-12 10:16 AM (EST)
Yes, I missed that|
Posted by: bnystrom on Oct-03-12 7:27 AM (EST)
Latex paint isn't good in wet environments, so I would never use it on a boat. You should use an oil-based or 2-part paint.
I thought that|
Posted by: redmond on Oct-03-12 8:49 AM (EST)
once latex dries that it was waterproof? I guess I'm not sure how it would perform with constant submersion, but it seems to shed rain water just fine on my house.
"Latex" is a misnomer.|
Posted by: tktoo on Oct-03-12 9:46 AM (EST)
I don't believe any paint manufacturer uses natural rubber as a binder anymore. Consumer water-borne finishes are pretty much all polymer-based now.
Totally agree with you.|
Posted by: cockneykayaker on Oct-04-12 1:20 PM (EST)