Five reasons why you should choose ECOS Paints for your next painting project.
I never liked the brown walls in our home, but the idea of painting them was intimidating. “They’re an earthy neutral,” I tried to convince myself. “It’s like being in a Rembrandt painting,” I’d say.
After almost six years of living with those dull, boring brown walls, I finally decided it was time to paint. Although I wasn’t confident in my painting abilities, I was certain which brand of paint I was going to use to color our world.
You see, over those years, I did a lot of daydreaming about different colors for different rooms. With my family in mind, I spent even more time researching the safest non-toxic paint to use. I also got an estimate for what it would cost to have the walls professionally painted.
I was looking for high-performance, non-toxic paint made without fungicides, polyurethane, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds). Ideally, it would be organic paint. Additionally, since I have two playful little boys, it had to be durable.
Take it from me — save time and money, no matter if you go the DIY route or hire a professional painter, with ECOS Paints. I was so impressed after painting those brown walls that I painted the kitchen, front door, and shutters, too. (Thank goodness for babywearing!) ECOS will certainly be my go-to for all future indoor and outdoor home painting projects, and here are five reasons why.
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Beautiful Colors and Coverage
ECOS offers an impressive array of gorgeous colors to choose from, and their vibrant paints cover up to 560 square feet per gallon, which is more than conventional products. Plus, they provide free color matching. The water-based paints are nearly odorless, and each one I used went on beautifully with a brush and roller. No wonder Martha Stewart recommends them and their products are used at the Louvre and Westminster Abbey.
Choosing paint colors can be challenging, but ordering samples is a breeze. ECOS will even mail free color cards to help you determine what will best suit your space. You can also purchase hand-dipped color sticks from their designer collection.
Made in the USA with Zero VOCs
Although ECOS originated in the United Kingdom, their products are handcrafted in small batches in the great southern state of South Carolina. More importantly, they are made without harsh chemicals and VOCs. Their paints are richly pigmented, but they are completely transparent when it comes to their ingredients.
A Healthier Home
Not only are their products free of VOCs, but also they can help improve indoor air quality. ECOS Air Purifying products contain zeolites that trap and neutralize toxins including formaldehyde and benzene. Essentially, these revolutionary products transform surfaces into air filters. They also offer EMR/EMF shielding paints to protect against radiation and frequencies such as Wi-Fi and 5G.
Excellent Customer Service
ECOS friendly and experienced team was happy to help over the phone and via email. They kindly answered all of the questions I had about color choices, primers, finishes, and supplies. Orders were promptly fulfilled and shipped quickly.
Eco-Friendly and Vegan
As you may have guessed from their name, ECOS Paints is an environmentally-conscious company. Furthermore, none of their ingredients are derived from animal products, and they don’t test their products on animals either. They do make products specifically for pet dwellings.
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ECOS motto is “paint you can feel good about.” Whether you’re chemically-sensitive or simply seeking non-toxic, zero-VOC paint, I believe you really can feel good about using ECOS.
Since there were no toxic fumes, I felt good about painting while babywearing (with a used carrier, of course) — and from organic socks to non-toxic teething toys, I’m picky about what goes near my kids. I’m glad to know about Lullaby Paints by ECOS, which were specially designed for nurseries and children’s play areas.
Have you tried ECOS Paints? Let me know in the comments.