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Saturday, August 31, 2013

A COURSE IN PAINT PRODUCTION


I sincerely welcome to this course. we shall be treating how to produce all kinds of paints from emulsion, textcoat, and Satin otherwise called nylon or washable paint. lets get started.
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO PAINT PRODUTION
Emulsion, Textcoat and Satin (nylon paint)

Introduction of chemical
These are the chemical to be used in the production of emulsion paint<br />
1. Water
2. Titherni (used only for the production of white paint)
3. Calcium carbonate (Calcium)
4. Colourite
5. P.V.A
6. Formalin
7. Nitrosol
8. Ammonia
9. Hydrosol
10. Marble dust
11. Acrydext
Others include
12. Geniple
13. K14
14. Bama cork

Functions of the chemicals
1.    water
Water is used to mix all the chemicals together. It must not be a hot water. You can use any type of clean and neat water with normal water temperature. However, I prefer soft water to cold water. It helps to mix the paints more easily.
2.    Titherni
It is whitening chemical in powdery form. You can always get it where they are selling paint chemical, or rather industrial chemical. Just ask of titherni it will be given to you. It performs the function of making sure that you with paint is shining and not dull. This is the secret of some big names in painting industry. We shall give you the ratio down the line. It is only used when you are producing with paint. That does not mean you cannot use it in other colours but the function is more significant in white paints.
3. Calcium Carbonate
This chemical is also in powdery form. It is packaged in bags and they write CalCo on it. It is made by so many companies, I would not like to advertise any but just ask of calcium and it will be given to you.
Now calcium carbonate is of two or types
We have delomite and cacite. Both are good but delomite is recommended if you are producing pure white paint and cacite is better in off white (dirty white) paint.
4.    Colourite
This is the most important of the entire course. It involves the ability of mixing some colours to get a desired result. It is not difficult at all if you have initiative and artistic eye.
These are the colours we have in raw form ( please permit me to call them primary colours because all other colours in the painting industry is gotten from them)
They are: yellow ( we painters call it cream), Red, Black, Blue, and Green. All other colours are gotten from a combination of one or two of these.
What about White paint? You might ask. Well we do not need to have a pure white colour because, we make our paints with CalCo and it gives us white naturally. In fact once you put your calcium in water you get white paint. I hope that is clear.
We shall cover how to mix the paints to get particular result. But for now just know that colours can be found in paste or oxide. When we say colours are in paste we mean that they are in condensed liquid form (like your pomade), when they are in oxide it means they are in dust form (like your wife’s powder). A colour like cream has both oxide and paste. Red and black are mostly in oxide, green and Blue are in paste. For those who might be wondering which one to use between the yellow oxide and yellow paste, I suggest that if you want the colour you are producing to be deep yellow like MTN colour, you should use paste, otherwise use oxide.
CAUTION: you MUST dilute the colours very well with a little water before you apply it to your paint. For example if you get a red oxide, pour a cup of water in a different container mix thoroughly. If not, your paint will be having dotted stains as you roll it on the wall.
5.    P.V.A.
This chemical is very important. I guess you might have seen a situation where after painting a building, when you rub your hand on the surface it will be dusting. That is as a result of ill usage of this liquid formed chemical. In my experience, some big names in the painting industry do not even know how to use it. But you not worry, I will tell you and who know you might become their next consultant.
6.    Formalin
It does the function of preservative.
7.    Nitrosol
It helps to hold the paints together i.e it is a thickener. Its correct usage makes the paint more durable on the wall.
8.    Ammonia
This is your secondary school laughing gas. It is also used to make the paints more durable. It serves as a preservative agent too.
9.    Hydrosol
This is the chemical that integrates the colours and brings out the best in them. It is used to correct dullness in paints.
10.    Marble dust
This is usually used in the production of textcoat paints. It is of two types rough and smooth. The preference is determined by what you want to achieve. If you want sandy textcoat i.e the one without lining, you use only rough type. However, the combination of both in the same ratio gives a better result.
11.    Acrytext
This is used as a thickener. It holds the seemingly watery paint together.
12.    Geniple
This one just does the function of giving the painter a scintillating perfume as he does his job.
12. K14
It is also a preservative.
13.    Bama cork
It does the function of nitrosol. If you use bama cork you do not need to use nitrosol.

Steps to making Emulsion Paints
Emulsion are those ordinary paints that are not roughened with sand-like objects. The once that are sand-like are regarded as textcoat. You need to aware that there are other types of paint as well. Satin, oil e.t.c we shall treat them separately but for now let us concentrate with textcoat and emulsion.

For emulsion
Step 1.
 Mix Calcuim Carbonate in water
For one bucket production (hence we shall be referring to bucket of paint i.e. normal -- litres of paint as drum), pour water in the bucket up to half (-- liters of water) you can always increase the volume of water at any stage if necessary.  Add less than half bag of Calcuim (add until the mixture rises to about 17 liters in the bucket) by now the drum will be quarter empty. NOTE; if you are producing white paint, you will mix titherni in water before adding calcium. -- spoons of titherni are enough. MIX VERY WELL.
 Step 2:
Add your colour. It is assumed that by now you must have diluted the colours as required with water if they are oxide. Now put colour in small rations and keep turning until you get your desired result. You can always add more if you like. Suppose you added more yellow for example, than you need, you can correct it by adding more calcium (but not after this stage) Bear in mind that the colour may be deeper when wet and lighter when the paint is dried.
Step 3
Add --kg of P.V.A to the mixture. After turning add half glass cup of nitrosol. Nitrosol is always in powdery form so you must dilute it in small water before you add to your mixture.
Next add about -- centiliter of formalin and about same volume for ammonia and hydrosol sequentially. Turn very well at any addition of a new chemical.
Final step
When you have completed the above steps, make sure that you turn the above mixture very well. As you are turning it you might be a little fidgeted that you have wasted your resources. You don’t need to be afraid. Just add acrytext to the mixture and turn. Add it in small quantity until you get the thickness you desire. However if you add access you might spoil your mixture. Now that you paint is ready, just take your scraper, brush and roller and roll away your newly built house.
Warning: please the chemicals must be added in the order I have given you. If not you may have problem for example if you put ammonia before Nitrosol, the paint will get blocked. And again if ammonia drops in Nitrosol, the Nitrosol will block. More so, when formalin is poured into ammonia it will explode. The only time you can add ammonia before Nitrosol is when you are turning on machine speed. Just be careful.



For Large Quantity Production
If we are working wit 350 litres of butter, we shall have about 16 drums of paint after production.
Now 350 litres butter goes with -- litres of water i.e. pour -- and half paint buckets of water
Add -- bags of Calcium
1kg of titherni(if you a producing white paint)
-- kg of P.V.A (for super quality paint or --kg for less quality paint)
-- kg of Nitrosol
Others has no specific quantity. You just add with discretion but make sure you do not over add especially Acrytext.

Production of Textcoat
For 1 drum of textcoat
Step 1:
Pour about -- liters of water into the bucket, add -- bag of Calcuim (or less) then add your colours as it is supposed to be.

Step 2: now after turning the mixture above, you add marble dust( I hope you remember what we said about marble dust above). Good. You will notice that some textcoat paints have a kind of lining and some has only rough surface. And there are those that we call designer textcoat such are the once that they use with the aid of a special roller to design houses so that its end effect will be something like flowers or blocks made of paint in your house. Am sure you must have seen such paint. It is called artwork in the painting industry. All these are textcoat but it is the mode of application of this chemical that makes different types.
For rough textcoats use only rough marble dust in your production
For lining textcoats use a combination of rough and smooth marble dust in equal ratio( if you are producing this one I will advice you add smooth marble dust first after turning add the rough one)
For artwork textcoats use only smooth marble dust in production.
Now as you are adding the marble dust, you will notice that the volume of your mixture is increasing. Just add according to your own discretion it has no specific measurement. If you are confused on the quantity to add, just keep adding until the drum is -- empty. Use your initiative. Please do not use only smooth marble dust for production unless you are producing artwork that needs a designer roller.

Step 3: when you are through with turning of this mixture (turn very well), you will now add your P.V.A. and other chemicals like we said in emulsion. However you will need to increase their volume a little. For example you will need full glass cup of Nitrosol and increase the volume of other chemicals a little. When you have finish adding all the other chemical up to Hydrosol, you can go and gym in order to activate your muscle for turning  the paint as you add Acrytext. On the addition of acritext the paint will become strong. Now to know if the Acrytext you added is enough, take a small portion of the paint and touch it on the wall. If the teething is not falling congratulations if it is falling add more. Now you can go and roll away your textcoat on your parlour.


Bigger Quantity Production
350 litre butter will give us 15 drums of textcoat paint
Add -- drums of water ( remember what we said about drum)
Use -- bags of calcium
Use -- bag of marble Dust i.e. -- for rough, -- for smooth
Empty -- kg of Nitrosol and -- kg of P.V.A
All other are as usual
If you cannot turn the whole paint when you add acrytext, pour them out in different buckets and add you acrytext so that you can turn it.
When this is done call your marketer and take the latest product to the hungry market.

Satin (nylon paint)
I hope you remember we did mention Satin paint some where. This is the type of paint that is generally regarded as nylon paint. It is called nylon paint because it is washable ( u can use water to wash it when it is dirty.

Production of Satin
For one drum
Use About -- litres of water. Add calcium in a small quantity to make the paint light. What I mean is that the thickness of the paint at this stage will be less than the thickness it has when we are producing emulsion.
Now add your favourite colour.
You do NOT use P.V.A.
Add -- kg of Acritext
-- kg of Nitrosol (just enough to make the paint thicker and drawing)
Add ammonia and formalin as usual and finally add -- kg of hydrosol
 Your washable paint is ready. Beautify your house.
Thank you.
i hope i have given enough information to you if you really want to get the rations i.e where i placed --, pay the sum of N2000 to the following
UBA account detail
Account name: Ezendu Paschal
Account number: 2011536305



After your payment, send your email address, to pcezendu@gmail.com or to 08065195592. Upon confirmation of your payment, the complete manual will be forwarded to you within 24 hours.
.REGARDS.

Saturday, August 3, 2013

How to Make Furniture Polish Using Olive Oil



Make Furniture Polish Using Olive Oil
It is very easy to make your own furniture polish if you want to skip the chemicals in commercial furniture polishes. There are two ways to make olive oil polish, depending on the level of polishing that your furniture needs. This kind of polish is best used on furniture that has an oiled finish rather than a shiny varnish. It's not a one-size-fits-all solution, but an alternative that some people may find worth trying.

EditSteps

  1. 1
    Choose cheap olive oil for furniture polish. The cheapest oil, olive pomace oil, is just fine for the purposes of making furniture polish. 

Deep Cleansing Furniture Oil

  1. 1
    Combine the olive oil and vinegar (using proportions specified below) in a glass or ceramic container.
  2. 2
    Apply the polish with a soft polishing cloth. Do not rub it in too hard but leave it to soak in.
  3. 3
    Allow to air dry

Regular Cleaning Furniture Oil

  1. 1
    Combine the oil and lemon juice in a glass or ceramic container.
  2. 2
    Apply with a soft polishing cloth.
  3. 3
    Use the soft cloth to shine the furniture by rubbing briskly.
  4. 4
    Allow to air dry if it hasn't already through buffing.

Friday, August 2, 2013

How to mix ingredients for custard powder production

these will be our mode of measurement
1. table spoon
2. tea spoon
3.kilo (some of the ingredients are sold with kilo measurement) okay lets produce our first custard powder. Hope your hot water is already boiling for making the custard ready for breakfast after production.





step 1: put 1 kilo of corn floor in a basin
step 2: add original egg york colour to the step 1 above.( half of table spoon) turn very well.
step 3: add to the  above mixture a small qauntity of dip orange colour (about half of tea spoon or a little more) then mix together.
step 4 : put exactly 1 table spoon of banana flavour to the mixture above (you can add more if you care depending on what you want.)
step 5: to the above add the same amount of milk flavour that is 1 table spoon. turn very well.
step 6: add venillar flavour (remember it is bitter). you will put half of a tea spoon to the mixture.
turn the mixtures very well. the custard is done. you can powdered milk to it if you so desire. i have a friend that adds nutri C to make her own unique. that is fine. your custard is done.
I hope that by now the water is boiling and the children are chanting mama give us custard. go ahead and make custard for your custard breakfast. Enjoy.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

custard Powder Production


Production of custard is one of the simplest foods, one can do for his or her family and it can even be commercialized. it comes in few simple steps.
FIRST you have to be sure of the type of the type of custard you want to produce. here i will give two types among many.
a. Banana Custard Production
b. Egg york Custard Production
what ingredients do you need
1. corn floor
2. banana flavour
3. milk flavour
4.vanilla flavour
5.yellow colour or egg york
6. Dip orange colour.
                                                                                                           


Wednesday, July 31, 2013

wall painting made easy




The following guidelines apply to the Estate® Emulsion and Modern Emulsion paint finishes.

Ensure the wall and ceiling surfaces are sound, clean, dry and free from dirt, grease and any other contamination. Apply Farrow & Ball Wall & Ceiling Primer & Undercoat, this will enable you to achieve an even finish and enhance the intensity of the top coat colour. Wall & Ceiling Primer & Undercoat is available in four colours to enhance the intensity of your chosen wall or ceiling colour.

Plasterboard, skim plaster, sheet rock and lined walls:
  • When applying over a porous surface, mix with up to 50% water to make a diluted coat. This will seal the surface and promote adhesion.
  • Dilution rate will depend on the porosity of the surface. A test patch is recommended to determine the correct dilution rate.
  • Finish with a full coat to enhance the top coat colour.

Pre-painted, non porous surfaces:
  • Apply one full coat.

Glossy or oil based surfaces:
  • Sand down and then clean with a detergent.
  • Apply one full coat.

For plaster surfaces which are porous, chalky or slightly degraded but otherwise structurally sound use Farrow & Ball Stabilising Primer. Read the Stabilising Primer advice sheet for full details on surface preparation for contaminated, cement rendered, lime rendered or unsound surfaces.


  • When using more than one tin of the same colour check, that the batch numbers are the same (see the base of the tin). If not then mix the tins together before use.
  • Stir paint thoroughly before use
  • Apply two coats using a brush or roller. If using a roller, always lay off in one direction with a brush
  • The drying time for Estate® Emulsion is one to two hours. Modern Emulsion is touch dry in one hour and can be recoated in four hours
  • Clean brushes and rollers with warm soapy water.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

What tools does a Painter need

These are the list of tools that a painter should find handy.
1. scrapper : it is used in scrapping the wall so that it will be neat.
2. broom : you should know the use of this one. dusting and removing cobwebs
3. brush: brushes of different sizes. we have1 inch, 2 inch. 3and 4 inches. whichever one that serves the need. should be used. it is used for cutting the edges of ceiling and walls, and widow sides. it is also used in painting protectors with oil
4. Roller : there are different types of roller. there is one for emulsion, textcoat, satin, designer textcoat and so on.
5. extension stick.

next time you hire a painter mention these things to him and he will slash your charge.