Using Scuff Resistant Paint in Your Offices and High Traffic Areas

Friday, September 29, 2017

Most people know that paint is more than just a pretty face. Whether interior or exterior, it offers an invaluable first line of defense against the elements, impact, scrapes, and decay. If the application process involves careful prep and expertise, your paint becomes a shield in many, many ways.

Here at Painters USA, we may get excited about the latest tech to hit the market (phones, computers, tablets, etc.), but we also get excited about paint technology. Formulas are always advancing and improving, allowing us to offer our clients better and better products and results.

As a case in point, let’s talk about scuff-resistant interior paint.

Take Your Office’s Interior Paint To a New Level

Traditional lining is on the right side, where scuff resistant paint is on the left side in the video. Interior commercial spaces, like offices and common areas, experience a huge volume of traffic and use. No matter how well your paint is chosen and applied, it sustains a lot of abuse in a short amount of time.

To better stand up to this inevitable strain, we’re excited to use (and recommend) a new, one-component, interior acrylic latex scuff-resistant paint option.

Here are a few of the key benefits:

  • Low-odor, making it perfect for painting spaces that need to be used right away
  • Scuff-resistant
  • Washable (routine wipe-downs will make your surface shine like new)
  • LEED v4 eligible, meaning that it contributes to your “green” facility

Where Can You Use Scuff-Resistant Interior Paint?

If you can scuff it, we can paint it. Well, almost...

Here are a few high traffic examples:

  • Lobbies
  • Hallways
  • Retail spaces
  • Stairwells
  • Locker rooms
  • Conference rooms
  • Waiting rooms
  • ...and more!

Are You Ready To Discuss Your Interior Commercial Painting Needs?

We’re ready when you are!

Let’s work together to enhance, and completely protect, your investments.