There are two different types of acrylic traffic paints including thermoplastic and cold plastic paints. Thermoplastic Traffic Paints: These paints have excellent adhesion to asphalt and concrete. The paint is applied by conventional lining equipment, must be able to tolerate slight surface wetness and very cold air temperature. Acrylics offer the combination of quick drying, excellent chemical resistance, durability and toughness as well as adhesion to different missionary surfaces. Cold Plastic Traffic Paints: These resins are based on methacrylate monomers which are used for permanent cold plastic marking paints. They are hard, durable, weather resistant and also resistant to some chemicals such as road salts and fuels. The binder contains paraffin which tends to float when stored for a long period of time at lower temperatures. Therefore, it must be homogenized before use by stirring. Tacryl RM965 is the main binder and Tacryl AC100 is used as an activator, which should be added to the paint right before application. This system will be hardened by adding dibenzoil peroxide and it is used for marking pedestrian crossings, stop lines, direction arrows and safety markings with increased night visibility. It’s suitable for manual application with smoothing trowels or draw boxes. Cold plastic materials are usually applied to asphalt and concrete surfaces in layer thickness of 1.5-2.5 mm. The system is totally solvent free so the thickness of wet and dried film is nearly the same. The reaction will be ended after 30 minutes and the coating will be ready to use.