Faux Real Mineral Paint

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Faux Real Mineral Paints are high-quality furniture paints that are eco-friendly, easy to use, and very durable! The actual colors may vary from the color chart above, so if you are interested, we suggest that you come see them in person.

What exactly are mineral paints? Read below to discover more about this awesome product!

About Mineral Paints

(Information taken from wisegeek.com)

WHAT EXACTLY ARE MINERAL PAINTS MADE FROM?

Mineral paint consists of waterglass (sodium silicate and potassium silicate) and mineral pigments.

WHY ARE MINERAL PAINTS SO DURABLE?

It forms a bond with a surface, creating a water resistant, yet vapor-permeable barrier. When a surface is treated with mineral paint, the underlying crevices also contact the paint. The paint seeps into the material and reacts chemically with it. As a result, a covalent bond between the surface and the paint develops. The bond is very strong and is almost like a seal. This allows the surface to be impermeable to water but breathable at the same time. The coating typically protects the surface from damage, while maintaining paint integrity. The paint color doesn’t fade since it is resistant to UV light.

WHAT MAKES MINERAL PAINTS ECO-FRIENDLY?

Mineral paints contain natural ingredients and a very low amount of VOCs.

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Available Colors:

NEUTRALS

“Bianca”- Pure White

“Bella”- Antique White

“Lino”- Linen

“Cachi”- Taupe

“Grigio”- Light Grey

“Carbone”- Dark Grey

“Caffe”- Dark Brown

“Notte”- Black

Colors

“Vivo”- Vivid Red

“Lilla”- Soft Pink

“Terra”- Terra Cotta

“Sole”- Soft Yellow

“Oliva”- Olive

“Brava”- French Blue

“Acqua”- Aqua

“Truscan”- Dark Blue

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