Difference between Latex and Acrylic Paint?

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Latex paint is a type of paint that is water base. Acrylic is composed of different chemicals that gives elasticity. Consumers prefer acrylic paint because it has the ability to contract and expand depending on the weather.
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The basic difference between the two paints is that latex paint is water-based and acrylic paint has a chemical composition that gives it elasticity. (But, there are "acrylic
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Latex is always thick for easy cover-up application. Acrylic varies. : Ironic enough they both have acrylic resin. Buy latex is great for big painting jobs (walls etc) if you want
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Difference Between Latex & Acrylic Paint
Latex and acrylic paint are similar in that both are made from an acrylic resin. Their development in the 1950s and 1960s offered an alternative to alkyd and oil paints, both of which required to be diluted with mineral spirits or other flammable... More »
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