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Figure I: Components of
Acrylic Paints
Figure 2: Surfactant Exudates - pours of acrylic
disperson polymer. Right: untreated pour; Left:
pour washed/soaked with water. After 2 weeks of
drying, this pour was soaked in water for 10
minutes, then dried.
Acrylic Binder
Water
Hydrophobic
Acrylic Polymer
Emulsifier/
Surfactant
Adhesion Promoter
Initiator
Buffer
Pigment (possibly
surface treated)
Wetting Agent
Dispersing Agent
Thickener/
Rheology Modifier
Freeze/Thaw
Stabilizer
Coalescent
Biocide
pH Buffer
Defoamer

From Formulation to Finished Product: Causes and Potential Cures for Conservation Concerns in Acrylic Dispersion Paints

From time to time – I know you may be surprised to hear this – we’ve been accused of being just slightly too technical in our Just Paint. In an effort to be accurate we have sacrificed some potential readership. Others have simply shared with us that they’ve been able to replace their sleeping aids […]

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