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Dec 12, 2023
Samurai 2K Aerosol selected for Forbes Asia’s “Best Under a Billion Dollars Award”
Paints and Varnishes News
Jul 14, 2023
DAP, a leader in the home improvement and construction products industry, has launched a new product line that it said delivers a fast-drying, excellent texture match for maximum coverage and professional results. DAP's new spray texture line consists of 2in1 Wall & Ceiling for Orange Peel, Knockdown, and Popcorn textures. The new line features several performance... [Read More]

Paints and Varnishes News
Apr 17, 2023
True Value unveiled new, modern upgrades to its True Value Manufacturing facility in Cary, Illinois last month. The ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the launch of a new paint-filling and packaging line, which True Value said will significantly increase the plant's ability to fill latex architectural paints up to 90 gallons per minute. It was attended by by True Value executives... [Read More]

Paints and Varnishes News
Apr 7, 2023
Rust-Oleum, the manufacturer of premium consumer and industrial paint and coating products, has launched its new Custom Spray 5-in-1 product. Described by the company as "spray paint's newest evolution", it said that this is a first-of-its-kind innovation in spray paint technology, which enables painters to change spray patterns with a click of a dial. Five different... [Read More]

Product News
Jun 10, 2021
US spray paint manufacturer Krylon® has launched a new series of aerosol craft sprays. Part of the Krylon Design It Yourself™ (DIY) series of products, the new aerosols come in neon, metallic, on-trend and colour-shifting shades and are perfect for transforming old furniture, cherished keepsakes and everyday objects into new-found treasures, said the company. Krylon... [Read More]

Paints and Varnishes News
Jan 16, 2020
US-based Thompson’s Company has recalled its WaterSeal waterproofing wood protector and masonry protector aerosol cans over concerns that the contents may react with the product, causing propellant leakage. The manufacturers believe the reaction could cause rust to form along the seam of the can, which could spread to other areas of the can and create small leaks.... [Read More]