When to use emulsion paint?
Of all covering paints, emulsion paints are the easiest to apply. Freshly plastered surfaces are best primed with an emulsion diluted in more water. Painted or papered surfaces should be treated with a thicker layer of paint, if the need arises – even twice, so that the paint penetrates into all gaps. The use of emulsions for painting raw wood is not recommended, as the water used to spread it loosens the wood, which becomes rough. Rather, use it only to paint interior walls and ceilings.