Dry Fall Innovations Benefit Painting Industry
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Early use of paint dates back at least 100,000 years, as discovered by archaeologists in 2011 when they discovered ochre designs on a shell fragment. From this earliest inventive use of earth’s resources, the history of paint is full of improvements and innovations.
Ancient uses of paint were mainly decorative in nature, but the needs of modern businesses necessitates advances in the chemical qualities and application methods used by professional painting companies.
One of many valuable innovations is dry fall painting. Just as its name describes, dry fall paint dries very rapidly, and droplets often dry before reaching surfaces not intended for painting, thereby eliminated unwanted adherence. The dry drops can then be easily swept away, eliminating timely clean-up and need for elaborate masking.
Dry fall painting is particularly desirable for use on large buildings when automobiles and other objects are difficult to cover or inconvenient to move. Dry fall is also commonly used for exposed structural steel in factories and manufacturing facilities.
To determine whether or not dry fall is best for you, contact Lakeside Painting contractors online or at 1-800-642-9445.
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