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MULSH paint pigments are specially formulated mixtures of pigment particles, binder, and solvent that are used to create high-quality, stable colours. Our pigments offer several advantages over using raw pigment, such as increased ease of use, improved pigment distribution, and increased consistency.

MULSH is specifically designed for graffiti and street artists and are ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications. By incorporating MULSH pigments into white paint, you can easily create vibrant hues, making them perfect for any creative project. Not only does this save you money on pre-mixed paint, but it also provides the opportunity to craft your own distinct colours and tones.

Why use MULSH paint pigments?


Artists can use MULSH paint pigments for a range of applications. Our pigments are specifically designed for graffiti and street artists, but they are universal so they can also be used for a wide range of creative projects. MULSH can be mixed with other media such as acrylics, oils, or watercolours to create unique colour blends and effects. 

Additionally, pigment dispersions can be used to create custom paint markers, pens, and inks, allowing artists to create precise lines and details in their work. Overall, pigment dispersions provide artists with a versatile and essential tool for adding vibrant, long-lasting colour to their art.

Save money with MULSH


Paint pigment dispersions are a cost-effective way to add color to paint, as they allow you to use smaller amounts of pigment while still achieving vibrant, consistent color. Pigment dispersions are made by mixing pigments with a solvent or dispersant, creating a fine, stable suspension of pigment particles that can be added to a base paint.

Compared to pre-mixed coloured paints, pigment dispersions offer a number of advantages. For one, they allow for more precise colour matching, as you can adjust the amount of pigment you use to get the exact shade you want. Additionally, using pigment dispersions means you can buy a smaller quantity of base paint and mix in only as much pigment as you need, rather than buying a large quantity of pre-mixed paint that may go to waste if you don't use it all.

Another benefit of using pigment dispersions is that they tend to have a longer shelf life than pre-mixed paints, as the pigments are stored separately from the base paint until you're ready to use them. This can save you money in the long run, as you won't need to throw away unused paint that has gone bad.

Overall, using paint pigment dispersions is a smart way to save money on coloured paint without sacrificing quality or performance. By allowing you to mix your own custom colours and use only as much pigment as you need, pigment dispersions can help you get the most out of your paint budget.

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