VINAVIL is a familiar name in Italian daily life. Since the 1950s, VINAVILS’s most well-known product has been the legendary VINAVIL universal adhesive made from polyvinyl acetate contained in the classic red and white bottle.
VINAVIL also offers solutions for more specialized applications, such as solid polymers for the chewing-gum industry and binders for a host of cosmetic products (blusher, mascara, shampoo and hairspray) that have the acronym PVA (polyvinyl acetate) on their label. Not many people know this, but a VINAVIL polymer film is used in the coating on cheese with a hard wax.
We can find the VINAVIL brand in numerous objects that are around us every day, such as furniture, textiles, cardboard boxes, books, newspapers, packaging, pressure-sensitive adhesives, wooden frames, abrasive cleaning sponges, varnishes for wood and metal, and paints used to decorate our homes. In addition, VINAVIL polymers are used as components in numerous chemical products for the building industry.