So, you’re interested in adding a projection surface to your workspace or classroom.
The first step you need to take is picking the best product for you. But how do you decide?
The best way is by finding out the answers to the questions most important to you. So, to help you make your choice, we’ve collected some of the most asked questions about Projector Screen Paint.
Keep reading below to find the answers to your questions.
How Should Projector Screen Paint Be Applied?
Apply Projector Screen Paint using a brush, a roller or a spray over a primed or previously coated white surface.
Each tin of Smart Projector Paint covers up to 6.5 sq. metres (70 sq. feet) with two coats.
What Surfaces Can I Apply This Product To?
This product can be applied to almost any surface. It’s suitable for use on plaster, wood, metal, and concrete. However keep in mind that this product is for indoor use only.
Can Projector Screen Paint Also Be Used As A Dry Erase Surface?
No, Projector Screen Paint cannot be used as a dry erase surface.
What Colours Does This Product Come In?
Projector Screen Paint comes in a white finish only. This means that when your wall is not in use, it will look just like any other wall in your office or classroom.
Can This Product Be Used In A Child’s Room?
Yes, all our products exceeds all EU safety regulations (and therefore exceeds global standards).
Do You Need To Prepare Your Surface Before Applying Projector Screen Paint?
We recommend applying Smart Projector Paint onto a previously primed or painted surface. If applying onto an uncoated surface, use a white water based primer such as Smart White Primer to prepare the surface.
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