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Green Paints Becoming More Durable
March 18, 2010 - Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »
Low- and no-VOC paints have sometimes had a bad reputation because the push for green products has driven some manufacturers to formulate paints that sacrifice performance and durability for green features.
Paint manufacturers have worked out many kinks however and are now developing better formulas for more durable low- and no-VOC paints. If you’re still dubious of a green paint’s durability because you’re planning on using it in a mechanical room or industrial area, you may still want to consider traditional paint formulas. But using green paint in all other applications should give you a long-lasting, durable coat.