Popular Eco-Friendly Paints

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Nowadays, people have been changing their lifestyles. They are now finding other ways to live healthily without hurting the environment. Over the years, companies and individuals started to make products that people can use just like the others but has no damaging effect in nature.
More and more homeowners and companies alike embrace green living because they know that this is the only way to prolong and lessen the harm done to Earth.
If you look at the news and even on the internet, companies have been spending tons of money in creating things that are not harmful to the environment. Recycled goods and eco-friendly paints are among them. So, listed below are some of the eco-friendly paints.
Milk Paint Company
Milk paint is very reliable for antique furniture, walls and decks. Since it comes in a bag, you can easily mix this with almost any color available and you just have to add water.


This is definitely easy to use and easy to clean up. You would not have to think about the mess that you would have after you used the paint. Paint thinner and a citrus solvent are also some of the products that they have.
Sherwin-Williams
This company on the other hand has their GreenSure Initiative for their environmentally friendly products. Sherwin-Williams aim to help in the fight for manufacturing harmful products that could lead in the deterioration of nature.
Their paint are low in VOCs, easily tidy up with just soap and water and is even mildew resistant.
ECOtrend Paint
As for the ECOtrend Paint, it is odorless, has anti-bacterial and anti-mold characteristics and contains no harmful compounds. It too has no harmful chemicals, which means that people especially parents need not to worry about their children’s allergy manifesting after smelling the paint.
The greatest thing perhaps about this is that it has a 120-color palette. People would be able to choose a color that they like and at the same time live a safer and healthier life.
There is nothing wrong if people want to live a greener life since more and more individuals want to have it this way. At least everyone would see the initiative of one another to have a more eco-friendly lifestyle without focusing too much on the damage man has done. At the very least humanity should try to lessen or stop the production of materials that may just make the situation worse.

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Timothy Dahl

Timothy Dahl

Founder/EIC at Charles & Hudson
Timothy’s background includes stints at This Old House, ELLE DECOR, Metropolitan Home and Woman’s Day. His work has been published on Wired Design, Bob Vila, DIY Network, The Family Handyman and Popular Mechanics and he has been featured on the Martha Stewart radio show and as a speaker at the ALT Design Summit, K/BIS and the National Hardware Show.
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    Great idea! Its been raining really good over the past month or two here in Southern California so Ive been collecting my rain in a few trashcans. Even in L.A . they fill up quick! I use them for watering all our flowers. It should last quite a long time.

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    We have no hose access in NYC so rain barrels are the only way I can easily water my garden (Mother Nature does a good job too). Hurrah for the barrel! Actually I don’t have a barrel, I just have random buckets, but they work…

  • MadisonLee

    These Eco-friendly companies are one of the reputed ones who provide the best paints that are good for your homes..