Why Pay More for Paint?

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Good paint and cheap paint look the same in the can; where they differ is in the binders, pigments, and additives the manufacturer has used to make them. Government regulations and people's desire for healthy indoor air quality are driving down the levels of volatile organic compounds (VOC) allowed in paint. VOCs are the solvents that drift into the air as paint dries. Download this white paper for detailed information that you can use before you purchase your next can of paint.

  • The main components of paint
  • Low-VOC paints
  • Choosing the right paint



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