Which paint binders are most resilient to IPA?
Background: I'm looking for an IPA-resistant spray paint to coat a 3D printed model composed of a high-performance stereolithography resin MSDS.
"Binder plays the role of an adhesive enabling the paint to stick to the surface and holds other components to itself. The binder dissolves in the solvents used and the thinners reduce the viscosity of the resultant mixture. Binders used in the paints are Alkyd Resins, Acrylic Resins, Poly Vinyl Acetate, Chloro Rubber, Epoxy Resins, Poly Urethane Resins, and so on." Quora
Paints I'm considering:
- Modified Alkyd: Rust-Oleum High Performance Enamel Spray TDS
- Modified Alkyd: Montana MTN94 TDS
- Acrylic Modified Alkyd: Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch TDS
- Epoxy Ester Modified Alkyd: Rust-Oleum Appliance Epoxy TDS
- Polycarbonate: Tamiya Polycarbonate MSDS
Thank you so much for your time and help!