PVA comes from the name of the substance currently used to make latex paint

Acetate. Latex has a water-soluble base and, therefore, makes life much easier for the painter,
who can prepare his brushes and rollers with just water. Also, if the paint smears on any other
coating, just wash it off with water.
The PVA latex finish is suitable for the interior of homes, which can only be cleaned with a
damp cloth. The finish of this type of paint is very good, as well as its covering with the
previous layer of paint (if it exists). It dries quickly, and the typical paint odor is minimal.

However, the product is not suitable for wet areas or areas that may receive rain, and for high-
gloss finish coatings, such as a handrail, for example; surfaces painted with PVA latex are also

more difficult to clean.
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Acrylic paint
Acrylic paint, in general, looks very similar to latex, it is also soluble in water and dries quickly.
The difference is that its formula contains acrylic resins, which provides the product with high
impermeability once applied, making it especially effective for external paintings.
This impermeability also makes acrylic paint interesting for use in wet areas of the house, such
as in the kitchen and washroom. Acrylic paints are washable, unlike latex, which should only be
cleaned with a damp cloth.
The finish tends to be shinier than latex, although there is a matte version, so be careful when
buying to ensure the type of final finish you want. Another important factor is cost. Acrylic
paint will tend to be more expensive than latex, so be careful with the specification.