The Enamel Paint is defined more by its qualities than by its content. In the broadest sense, this paint means any solvent-based paint that dries to a hard, vitreous-like (or, glass-like) shell. Solvent-based paints are also called oil-based paints, in contrast with water-based paints. The paint is often thought of as hard, glossy, and used in sparing quantities, much like fingernail polish. Modelers and hobbyists frequently use enamel paint to add vivid colors and durability to small crafts. Enamel Paint is made in various types as per the need. It is very effective.