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Quality + Value

As shipping, labour, and raw material costs increase, recycled paint remains an almost unbelievable value. Whether you have been purchasing recycled paint for years or you want to start building a market, you have likely recognized that recycled paint equals good value. You simply cannot manufacture paint for the same price that we can sell it.

The magic of our value lies in how we create our recycled paint. We combine several different brands and glosses of paint in our recycling process, resulting in a quality, mid-grade recycled paint. In simple terms, we combine low-end $15/gallon paints with high-end $80+ /gallon paints (e.g., Benjamin Moore and Behr) resulting in a recycled paint in the $30/gallon quality range. For the first time in the world of recycling, you’re really getting more than what you’re paying for in terms of quality!
Inexpensive is not the same as cheap. Blue Moose Recycled Paint is not cheap paint. Cheap paint does not “cover” well, which means having to apply multiple coats—and that quickly makes it expensive. Coverage is a function of expensive components like Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) and cheap paint formulations substitute TiO2 for much cheaper extenders, clay, and thickeners.

We produce quality products that are backed by our own and third-party lab tests. Some of our certifications and laboratory testing include:

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