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VOC is the Main Source of Odor in Water-based Architectural Paints

SpecialChem / Mar 3, 2014

The odor of water-based architectural paints is significantly less than conventional oil-based architectural paints. However, water-based paints still contain volatile components that can emit undesirable odors. These unpleasant odors are especially objectionable in interior paints where the odors can persist for an extended period of time. Therefore, paint manufacturers continue their efforts to reduce odor-emitting components from water-based paints to make their products more eco friendly and sustainable.

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