Anna Sova Food Paint is an innovative, eco-friendly paint that is made from the same ingredients found in food. Hence the name “Food Paint’. Insane? Yes. Good for the environment? Oh yeah! Anna Sova Food Paint is a smart choice for any room in the house as it omits NO harsh toxins and will leave your home smelling like a delicious vanilla milkshake. Really! So, how is a paint made from food possible? Read on.
While you won’t find chunks of donuts or decadent chocolate bars in Anna Sova Food Paint, you will find many of the same ingredients. According to their website, Anna Sova Food Paint is made with 94% food ingredients, and contains milk casein (which is found in milkshakes), titanium dioxide (found in powdered donuts), food grade bamboo cellulose (ingredients in fiber bars), and preservatives used in chocolate. The result is a virtually all-natural eco-friendly paint with ZERO VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) CONTENT!
Why is a zero VOC paint so important? Many people don’t realize the hazardous chemicals found in regular paint. Some of the compounds found in a Volatile Organic Compound (such as VOC paint) include formaldehyde, ammonia, acetone, paint thinner, gasoline, and mineral spirits. Knowing this, would you want to put this type of paint in your newborn’s nursery? I didn’t think so.
Anna Sova Food Paint is 100% safe to use around pregnant women, asthmatics, the elderly, children, and infants. Let’s face it. A paint made from food is entirely different than what most of us are accustomed to using, but the paint we’ve been using is just bad for us and the environment. When you consider that a food based paint covers surfaces just as well as a hazardous paint, why wouldn’t you want to make the change?
This is an eco-friendly paint that is easy to use, provides great coverage, and is washable. You can purchase Anna Sova Food Paint online in three different finishes – regular finish, textured finish, and stucco finish. Select from half pint, gallon and five gallon sizes. It can be tinted to create a variety of colors, and smells like a delicious vanilla milkshake when applied. (I highly recommend having something yummy in the house to eat after applying this paint, because you WILL be hungry)
It should be noted that paint made from food may not adhere to all surfaces. If you will be painting over a waxed or glossed surface, or an oil based finish, you will need to sand and prime the area first. However, Anna Sova Food Paint works great on virtually all other materials.
For a free sample brochure or catalog of this amazing eco-friendly paint, visit the Anna Sova Home website and request yours today.
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