How It's Made

EcoCoat Recycle Paint Process
EcoCoat paint is recycled paint made from unused virgin latex paint. Post-consumer latex paint (unwanted paint) is collected from paint drop-off sites and brought to our facility. At our facility the original containers of paint are opened, sorted by colour, batched together, filtered, and re-packaged ready for sale to the consumer.  Our strict quality control process ensures that EcoCoat paint is of a premium recycled quality that meets or exceeds the standards of more expensive virgin latex paint. Every step of the process, from acquiring the unused virgin paint to the sealing of the can, is carefully planned and monitored to ensure a consistently high-quality end product.

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The result is a high-quality paint that works well on almost any properly prepared paintable surface, indoors or out. EcoCoat can be washed or even scrubbed 30 days after application.

Depending on temperature and humidity, EcoCoat paint is usually dry to the touch after just one hour and can accommodate a second coat after 2 hours. Experienced painters will appreciate the low splatter of EcoCoat during application. Do-it-yourselfers benefit from a fast-drying, high-quality finish that’s low in VOCs.