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This Eco-Friendly Paint Promises to Naturally Purify the Air in Your Home

The secret ingredient? Graphene.



🔷 Is it today the bluest Monday? If so, we would like to choose the blue of our day: The blue of your eyes, the blue of the cloudless sky… or this blue of Graphenstone 💧🌍 Natural Color System which is able to transport us to a cosy and peaceful place. 🔷 ¿Es hoy el lunes más triste del año? ¿el más azul, como dicen los angloparlantes? Pues entonces queremos elegir el azul de nuestro día. Por ejemplo, el azul de una mirada, el del cielo despejado ⛅️ … o este de Graphenstone NCS 💙🌍 que nos transmite calma y nos transporta a un lugar de refugio y serenidad. #SeráPorAzules #DaleLaVuelta ---- #Graphenstone #NCS #Natural #Color #Colour #BlueMonday #Blue #Azul #Pintura #Lunes #Paint #Painting #interiordesign #design #idea #inspiration #potd #GreenGeneration

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Imagine painting a room to make it antibacterial, absorb smells to purify the air, thermoregulate the walls, and is resistant to corrosion. It doesn't sound real, does it? But it is, thanks to The Graphene Company who have just released Graphenstone, claimed to the world's first commercially available graphene-infused paint.


Discovered in 2004 by two Nobel Prize winners, graphene is the strongest material known to science. The addition of graphene into paint enhances its hardness, durability, compression, strength, elasticity, and coverage. Now that's a lot of qualities for one substance! Graphenstone is made in Seville, Spain, where pure lime can be found in abundance. This is important as Graphenstone paint is lime-based. Lime ensures the paint is breathable and absorbent, but it's the graphene that gives the paint its strength and sustainable properties. 


Not only is Graphenstone a great new paint option that comes in 1,000 different colors, it is also highly sustainable. Another great feature that the addition of graphene allows, is that it is superconductive, meaning it can capture heat or air and conduct it through the painted wall. What does this mean for the consumer? Less money spent on air conditioning and heating and a more sustainable building, a win for all. 


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Graphenstone paint is currently only available in the UK, but we can't wait for it to make its way to the United States so that we can use it for our next home projects DIYs!


Feeling inspired? Watch how to paint a showstopping ombré wall: