I can see this may be a stupid question...but i have been looking on the forum and using my dear search bar and cannot find an awnser to my question.
I am from Portugal and sometimes somethings get kinda lost in translation.
Believe it or not when i go to my paint supplier i ask for everything in english....then i remember she isnt going to understand what i want...lol...but that does not matter now!!
One of the things that gets lost in translation is waterbourne and waterbase....i can translate it fine...but over here the paint supplier (and many painters i have talked to) only knows the waterbase (sherwin williams in case you are wondering)...what i mean is probably here they do not make a difference in name...
What i would like to know is how do i know witch one is dippable and witch will disolve in water?
How do you guys figure this out? What is the difference between waterbase and waterboune?
Thanks....and sorry if this is stupid!