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If You Have Some Painting To Do, Check Out c2 Paint

Posted by Sherry Rioux on February 19, 2008
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Recently, I was reading a review of paint brands that was written by a professional designer.  She was recommending a paint line called c2 and said, ‘It has more pigment than other paints, the colour saturation and luminosity are incomparable in my view, and you will love the sophisticated palette.  It is also hypoallergenic and green.’ 

I had never heard of this line before so I checked out their website  and have to say, it sounds like a fabulous product. With names like Bluetonium or Death By Chocolate, who wouldn’t want to slather it on the walls?  What really caught my eye though was their new earth-friendly line called, c2 LoVo; a non-toxic, low VOC paint available in their full line of rich colours.

I noticed in a local newspaper flyer that, until March 31st, you can get a free sampler of C2 paint at Robinsons Paint & Wallpaper in downtown Collingwood.  These pots have a $7.99 value and are available in any colour.

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One thought on “If You Have Some Painting To Do, Check Out c2 Paint

  • Val
    on February 20, 2008

    “With names like Bluetonium or Death By Chocolate, who wouldn’t want to slather it on the walls?”

    Very interesting, thank you for the links!

    I love springtime with the splendid palette combinations of blue and brown also:
    “Susan Bissonette said, “An optimist is the human personification of spring.” It’s an apt analogy. Against the backdrop of a cold, gray winter, nature battles and finds hope in spring. People filled with optimism share the same mind-set, believing in the best possible outcomes. So fill your projects with a lush, green spring palette to express hope and renewal.”
    http://www.dynamicgraphics.com/dgm/Article/28849

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