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Insulating Paint!

Paint the interior wall of your home and insulate at the same time. What is it?
It is an additive that you add to either interior or exterior paint and roll it
on creating an invisible layer of insulation. This process was invented by NASA.

It keeps warm air out in the summer and the warmth outside in the winter. It
adds a 50% increase to the reflective R value of a house. In the long run, it
can save you money on your energy consumption.

All you do is add some powder in with your regular paint, stir it up really
well and just paint whatever surface you are working on. If you add the powder
to the top coat of the paint, it will lighten it up one shade and take it from
a gloss to a semi-gloss. However, you can put it in the primer coat and there
will be no effect.

The secret is microscopic ceramic spheres filled with air. When the paint dries,
they form a barrier that insulates your home so you will use less heat.

Most homeowners have seen a 20% reduction in their energy bills. Now that is
reason enough to paint the whole interior/exterior with this additive.

So,if you are looking to reduce your energy bills, give this a try!

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  1. Barbara Swafford Says:

    Hi Linda – Rats, we just painted the exterior of our house, but this product sounds awesome. Where do they sell it? I wouldn’t mind trying it the next time I do some interior painting.

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  2. Linda Says:

    Hi Barbara … You can order it through my site 🙂
    but they are on line call Give it a try as it really works!

  3. Shauna Says:

    This sounds like a great idea – I shall be looking into this further as we are due to start major extension work this christmas and will be decorating after completion early next year.

  4. Linda Says:

    Hi Shauna … It works and you will not be disappointed. Good luck on your new extension as you will have to have nerves of steel! 🙂

  5. wilson Says:

    Linda, I was wondering is there any certain types of powders or we can use any kind of poweders we want here to mix into the paints?

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  6. Linda Says:

    hi wilson … you need to use the NASA product through the link provided. Not sure about other powders. If there are others, please let me know.

  7. Condo Blues Says:

    I’ve been looking for this additive, thanks for the link! I have an unheated and unpainted utility room that could benefit from this stuff.

    Condo Bluess last blog post..Home Utility Reduction Challenge Summer Tips and Updates

  8. Linda Says:

    Hi Condo … glad to hear that. Let me know how it
    works for you! 🙂

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