The coating used for the external environment in order to improve the wear resistance, the thermal protection, and glazing is known as water-based enamel. It uses water as the solvent medium. Depending upon the formulation requirements, this medium can be waterborne or solvent-borne. Advantages such as quicker low volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions, quicker drying time, and ease-of-use in its application are provided by water-based enamel. These advantages make them preferable over oil or solvent-based enamel. Water-based enamel provides numerous advantages such as electrical resistivity and insulation, the increased lifespan of the substrate, toughness, low friction, corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance, and thermal protection.