Acrylic refers to a type of synthetic polymer used as the binder for high-performance water-based paints and caulks. Some acrylic polymers are used in auto finishes, appliance coatings, etc. It is a synthetic resin widely used as a latex to produce paints with good color and color retention. Acrylic latex paints may be thinned and cleaned up with water. Breeze interior and exterior latex paints in flat, eggshell and semi-gloss are all based on pure acrylic emulsions.

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"Acrylic" is in the HS Code "2916.11"
  - -- Acrylic acid and its salts

"Acrylic" is in the UNSPSC Code "11151504"
  Acrylic fibers

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