Traditional household paints contain toxic chemicals that are released into the air for years after application, called Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). Other paints which are classified as low VOC can still contain up to 7.5% VOCs (even some companies that claim to be “zero VOC” aren’t in fact zero, be sure to read the fine print on the product data sheets!). VOCs outgas for years after application continuing to impact on the indoor air quality of your work and living environments.
What are VOCs?
Why are VOCs so bad?
VOCs are harmful chemicals that have been shown to contribute to many health conditions including breathing difficulties, dizziness, headaches, fatigue, blurred vision and even cancer. If you’ve ever walked into a recently painted room and felt a little dizzy or your eyes started stinging, that a small indication of how your body being impacted by the VOCs. The World Health Organisation classifies painting as a high risk occupation as repeated exposure to the VOCs in regular paints leads to much higher rates of lung and bladder cancer for painters.
Is Ecolour manufactured in Australia?
What colours can I choose?
Check out the Ecolour colour range and our Signature Looks for our picks of the best. However you aren’t limited to these options. With over 36,000 formulas, Ecolour can also tint to any colour from any colour chart. Just tell us the name of the colour and who makes it and we’ll take care of the rest.
What guarantees do you provide?
Can you recommend a painter?
How do I choose the right product for my job?
Can Ecolour be used on wooden toys & furniture?
Do you make chalk paint for furniture?
How much paint do I need?
I want my painter/builder/architect to use Ecolour, how do I make this happen?
Do you have a trade range?
Still Got Questions?
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