As someone who suffers with asthma and Roo having a bit of weak chest often painting new rooms in our house can be difficult as many of the interior paints on the market today have strong fumes and the smell of paint can aggravate us both leading to wheezing and coughing. Thankfully with the new range of non toxic paints from NaturePaint this may be a thing of the past.
Introducing NaturePaint, the Cornish natural paint manufacturer, who are the first and only paint company to be awarded a prestigious Zero VOC symbol by B&Q.
The lowest VOC symbol awarded to date has been ‘minimal’, however NaturePaint is the first paint brand to prove it has zero VOCs, resulting in B&Q designing a completely new ‘Zero’ emblem which is now proudly featured on all NaturePaint products.
Made from only naturally, non toxic and locally sourced ingredients such as china clays from Cornwall, along with exotic pigments including French ochres and Italian Sienna, NaturePaint’s emulsions are both washable and sustainable, whilst still providing vibrant colour and high quality coverage.
Rich in natural intensity, NaturePaint’s diverse colour palate features a selection of warm Blues & Greys, natural Greens and rich Reds along with an array of classic Whites and distinctive Yellows and Browns. Designed to echo the diversity of nature, the colour range allows you to explore a variety of harmonious combinations, providing you with a perfect finish and individual expression in a safe and happy home.
With NaturePaint a newly painted room is ready for use immediately and the natural protective capabilities and durability of the paint will continue to develop over a couple of weeks.
NaturePaint’s patented dry-powder formulation is presented in recyclable packaging, allowing it to be disposed of easily and in an eco-friendly manner. This unique packaging and powder format also allows NaturePaint to be available by post and fit through the letterbox for maximum convenience. Simply mix the powder with the recommended amount of water in a mixing bowl, wait 20 minutes for the mixture to thicken and then remix briefly before applying with a regular brush, pad or roller. Any left-over paint can be safely mixed with garden compost or left to dry and disposed of alongside normal waste.
From delivery to disposal, NaturePaint’s interior emulsions have been developed with pure, natural ingredients for minimum impact on the environment and maximum impact on your home.
NaturePaint is available by post from http://www.naturepaint.com and tins cost from £19.95 and currently have free delivery on them.
We’re just about to try some out and had great fun looking at their website and selecting a colour for our new room so look out for the full review in the next few weeks.
Disclaimer: For the purpose of this post I am testing out the new non toxic eco friendly paint from NaturePaint. This post has been posted in accordance to the terms of my PR Guidelines. The views expressed in it are my own and the article cannot be reproduced without prior permission. Interested in getting a review, competition or guest post for your product? Contact me Charlotte Everiss for details.