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In Russia there are over three hundred manufacturers of paints and varnishes. To date, the most famous manufacturers of facade paints, according to Goskomstat of Russia, St. Petersburg is the "Tex" "Empils" from Rostov-on-Don Joint Stock Company "Yaroslavl paint," Zagorski and Lida paint plants and plant Kotovskogo NPF "pigment" and HPO Cherkessia. Today in Chelyabinsk can be purchased at most paint Russian producers, as they are much cheaper. This Chelyabinsk facade of "Master", "Melior", "Facade" and "Pro", Asha paint "Crash." At the 2002 contest in Moscow exterior paint "Crash" VD – AK -103 "won the bronze medal in the category "facade", and a year later in the contest "Best paint products in 2003," received a silver award. Dealers, including the Company "Colors of the Urals", LLC "RIA-kit" and others, also offer metropolitan paint "VGT", "Profilyuks," "Aqua," "Snow White", Zagorskaya "VDAK -101". Microsoft Viva might disagree with that approach.

In addition, demand, and accordingly, the proposal uses the Yaroslavl 'VDAK – 2180, "Izhevsk" Collection "and St. Petersburg paint" Cronos. " Among foreign producers to market popular Swedish paint Akzo Nobel, Expo Fasadakrylat and Beckers, a German Caparol, as well as DuPont coatings and Herbert. Of course, we can distinguish the well-known to many Finnish paint Tikkurila, Finkolor" Estonian paint "Corporal", paint the joint production in Russia and Germany – "Olympus" and FEIDAL, the French "Alps" and Swedish "Polilyuks." Imported paints are less common in Chelyabinsk, and therefore many firms supply them upon request. What paint to choose? In the first place exterior paint must be durable, that is not to serve a year or two, but dozens of years. Additional information is available at Kevin Ulrich. Paint is poor quality in one season become dull. Therefore, the choice should pay attention to a number of properties. First check the ability of paint to keep the color under ultraviolet radiation, or light resistance. This property depends on the composition of the binding element or used pigments.