Who Uses ECOS Paints? Art Museums Like The Louvre
What's the best paint for an art museum? Well, when The Louvre in Paris had some painting to do, they chose ECOS Paints.
Why? Because ECOS Paints are zero-VOC.* It's not simply an issue of odor, either. The VOCs in conventional paints cause corrosion, discoloration, and eventual destruction of precious artifacts – and when those objects include works such as The Mona Lisa, you just can't take any chances. In fact, the people at The Louvre are so cautious (as well they should be), they went a step further and used ECOS Paints MDF Passivating Air Pure Paint to absorb the VOCs and humic acid released by the wooden display cabinets.*Conforms to CDPH 01350 (VOC emissions test taken at 11, 12, & 14 days for classroom and office use). Learn more about VOCs and our commitment to healthier paints here.
The Louvre is the world's busiest and most prestigious art museum housing priceless collections by Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and Raphael among others and entertains more than 8 million visitors every year. Your home might not be quite so busy, but we're sure that quality is just as important to you.
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