FAQs

one can of paint is 800ml, enough to paint a screen size of 130-150 inches (about 6m2). It all depends on the type of substrate, substrate absorbency, painting technique (roller or spray) and your skills.

our paint was not designed for rolled-up screens. The paint is flexible, and our customers paint this type of screen without any problems, but we can not guarantee that such a screen will not crack and will last long and properly. When painting a retractable screen, you do so at your own risk, without our warranty.

each of our paints has different properties (see section “what paint for which room“), the general rule is one, the amount of light can not be greater than the amount of light from the projector. The light cannot fall directly on the screen, e.g. sunlight from the window, cover the window so that the sun’s rays do not fall directly on the screen or its vicinity. Or the light from the lamp / chandelier, it can not be in front of the screen, it is better that it falls at an angle or to the side and it cannot have more power than the projector lamp, assume that the light in the room can not exceed 40% of the light from the projector (in lumens)

paint #1 is intended for rooms such as a home cinema room, where walls and ceilings are dark gray or black and there is no reflection of light back to the screen from objects.

paint #2 is suitable for all types of rooms, walls can be any color, light may be reflected back to the screen (e.g. when you are watching bright scenes the light will reflect from the screen to the walls, ceiling and back to the screen, this would normally cause strong change of colors and contrast, the image would become hazy, pale) in the case of paint # 2 the pseudo alr effect will work, colors, contrast, blacks will change slightly, but the image will still be pleasant to watch. This paint gives high contrast, deep black, saturated colors. This paint accepts a small amount of light into the room (mostly from reflections) or a low power bedside lamp.

paint #3 is suitable for all types of rooms, walls can be any color, light may be reflected back to the screen (e.g. when you are watching bright scenes the light will reflect from the screen to the walls, ceiling and back to the screen, this would normally cause strong change of colors and contrast, the image would become hazy, pale) in the case of paint #3 there will be pseudo alr effect, colors, contrast, blacks will hardly change, the image will be very pleasant to watch with high contrast with deep blacks. This paint gives a very high contrast, very deep black, saturated colors. This paint accepts a greater amount of light in a room, but not more than 40% of the lamp power in lumens from the projector.

remember all our paints work best in dark rooms, the amount of light above 15% of the projector lamp power will affect the picture quality slightly, the amount of light above 40% will already be visible on the projected image.

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