They fade less than other types of paints (this is especially true for flowers, the most prone to discoloration – yellow and red). The main disadvantage of these dyes is their high toxicity (improper use can even lead to death), so their use must need to use a respirator. In addition, these paints become frozen for a long time. The low-temperature Low-temperature paint colors melt at a minimum temperature of 80 degrees Celsius and is always used in workshops with the appropriate drying equipment. Paints "metallic" In order to properly use these colors, you need to know their composition and function. "Metallic" effect is achieved by inclusion in the paint fine aluminum particles. These particles act as reflectors of light, giving a metallic gloss painted surfaces, as well as the shadow effect.

The reason for this is simple: if a colored surface viewed from above, the aluminum particles will reflect more light, so the surface appears brighter. If the surface is viewed from the side, then the particles will reflect much less light, so the surface will appear darker. Unfortunately, the appearance of such a coating in different parts of the car may vary. Where paint is applied with a thin layer, the aluminum particles will be located relatively flat panel, and thus difference between the type of cover from the top and sides would be great. In other places the paint may have a thicker layer, and aluminum particles can be arranged at any angle throughout the thickness of the layer. In this case, the difference between light and shadow will be small.

Seeing a car painted with paint "metallic", try to work out in the definition of such areas. If you tint the panel, which had already suffered a layer of paint, Try to repeat the type of original color. Paint "metallic" can be prepared from any type of the above colors by adding aluminum powder.