I read somewhere that "Tradesme" add Epoxy to make the Paint "Whiter", is this correct or have I got it wrong?
I think every paint manufacturer has their own whitest paint color. I’m sure the staff could help you find it. :)
Hello -stopping at your local paint shop service desk might give you the answer that you need.
Nope. you can't. Epoxy added to paint is just a hardener back in the day. Now epoxy paints are readily available.
I have never heard of that co. paint, but you can certainly get NON Yellowing White Paint.............
What is the Whitest White Paint Color
Long ago my wife wanted to paint our dark kitchen white. I went to the paint store and asked for ‘white’ paint. The salesman gave me a brochure with 17 shades of white! Individually they looked white but all together you could see a minor tint of blue, green, tan, grey, and even pink. For our purposes my wife chose one with a slight blue tint called ‘Diamond White’.
My advice is to go to a regular paint store (Benjamin Moore, Glidden, Dutch Boy, etc.) and look at paint swatches until you find the exact shade you are looking for.
For example, here is the Benjamin Moore search for ‘white’ with 50 results. This is why you need to ask a professional.
Thanks Tom, I'll do that, Cheers.
I would get swatches of all different whites and put them next to each other to find one that is the whitest version