Paint buckets, although only three words, contain a lot of knowledge, and are often used in renovation projects, so it is necessary to familiarize and understand, in order to achieve the correct and rational use of the product, and then make full use of Paint buckets to avoid waste.
1. The paint bucket is marked with 20/LT. What is the specific meaning?
The paint bucket is marked with 20/LT, the specific meaning of which is: L is the volume unit, which means how many cubic meters of paint bucket is, and how many liters, so 20L is 20 liters, the actual paint volume 20 cubic decimeters. In addition, it can also be known that 20/LT, which means that the paint drum package specification is 20 liters per barrel.
2. Is the paint bucket made of iron?
The raw material for the paint bucket is iron, and from the current point of view, there are more iron sheets. If you need to calculate the amount of iron, you need to calculate the required metal area, in order to get the exact value, the corresponding formula is: the required iron area for the paint bucket = side area + bottom area (no cover ) = side area + 2 bottom areas (with lid), and then convert the unit conversion to square meters.
3. How to completely remove the label on the paint bucket?
If you want to completely remove the label on the paint bucket, you should also look at the specific situation. If it is a complete label, you can use a hair dryer to blow it slowly and then slowly tear it off. If the label is incomplete or damaged, use a cleaning agent. Wait for the label to be wet, then use the cloth to remove it all.
4. If there is paint in the paint bucket, does the patent leather indicate that the paint has expired? Can the paint bucket be frozen?
If there is paint in the paint bucket, if the paint surface appears patented, the sealing performance of the paint bucket is not very good, that is, the seal is not strict. However, the paint under the patent leather can also be used normally. If the viscosity is too large, a thinner can be added to reduce the viscosity. The paint bucket itself is not recommended for freezing, as this will affect the life of the paint bucket.