The development of the home industry is closely related to the technological changes in coatings. At the end of the 1960s, polyurethane paint (PU) began to be used for home painting; at the end of the 1980s, polyester paint (PE) was introduced from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan to coastal areas such as Dongguan, and was produced by a joint venture between Hong Kong and Taiwan. The home painting was installed on the grade. Breakthrough; In 1996, China Resources introduced a resin (later Xianda resin) from a joint venture in Italy, which led to the formation of home furnishing home improvement coatings in China with Shunde (then it accounted for >60% of the country's total share), and developed rapidly. At the same time in the coastal areas, during the same period, UV solidified wood coatings, represented by Hunan Asia University, were successfully developed. They were mainly used for solid wood floors, imitation wood floors, and composite floors, ending the state of import of UV coatings; by the end of the 1990s, Waterborne wood coatings represented by Shandong Ya Limei were put on the market, setting a precedent for the water-based and environmental protection of wood coatings.
To sum up, home paint from the PU paint → PE paint → UV paint → water-based paint, basically follow this concept of environmental protection. "Oil to water" after-home products themselves will also greatly enhance the environmental quality, in line with the concept of modern consumer spending.