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Magnetic Paint: An Overview of What it is
There are quite a number of paints available in the market but magnetic
paint is considered to be a special one as it transforms the surface wherever
it has been applied into a wonderful magnetic surface. This article is an
effort to throw light on what it is all about.
The normal colors that are available as wall paints are no longer the choice
when compared to the distempers or oil bonds. With the deluge of different
kinds of paints that are there in the paint world today, it is indeed an
extremely challenging task to choose the best one from the ones that are
available. Of course, the choice depends on where you are using the paints.
There is a certain requirement if it is a residential property that is to be
painted and there is a set of requirement if it is a commercial property that is
to be painted. There are specialty primers and paints being easily made
available in the market. Paints that give multidimensional effects are
available, metallic paints that give a special sheen are available and texture
paints that give a unique feel are available. One such specialty paint is the
magnetic paint which has in fact become the most sought after choice for
the children’s room. This kind of paint is soon on its way to becoming a
choice for painting in other spaces too.
What exactly is magnetic paint ? Of course, it is also like any other paint
but comes in with specific ingredients that have magnetic properties. When
such kind of paint is applied on the walls, the so far regular looking wall will
now develop magnetic properties. The ingredients that are used to get the
magnetic properties may differ from one brand to another. Of course, the
application part is the same as the wall paints. The basic difference comes in
the number of coats that one uses. Needless to say, the magnetic power is
more when the coats are more.
Uses of the magnetic paint
This paint is very commonly used along with the chalkboard paint. When the
walls are painted in this way, it facilitates easy stickering of magnetic crafts
and displays on the surface. And as majority of the kids would want to have
magnets over their walls, this has become a sought after option for kids’
rooms. There is a choice here…you need not paint the entire room with the
magnetic paint. You could choose a section of the wall or one side of the
room and get it painted. But with the kind of attractiveness this paint brings
along, it has ceased to be just restricted to kids’ rooms and is finding its
place in the family areas too.
The paint is also used as the base coat or the primer. Once this paint is put
twice on the surface, chalkboard paint is then applied. When these two
paints are used in conjunction, the walls will have numerous features. They
can be used as blackboards as well as magnetic boards. In short, you will
have magnetic blackboard paint! Very quaint isn’t it? But yes, do not forget
to read through the different reviews of the options that are available and
then make an informed decision.