Product Safety & Technical Information
Important health, safety and technical information about our products. Always carefully read the instructions contained on the product labels before using any of our products.
Safety Data Sheet
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (an agency of the United States Department of Labor) requires that chemical product manufacturers provide safety data sheets (SDS) which detail a product’s physical and chemical characteristics, potential hazards, precautions for safe handling and use, first-aid, accidental spill measures and regulatory information. Download our SDS below.
Technical Data Sheets
Technical data sheets (TDS) summarize product specifications, properties and other technical characteristics of our paint along with other important product information. Download our TDS below.
Safe Paint Disposal & Recycling
Dispose of paint according to your local regulations, and never pour paint down your drain. We always recommend recycling any leftover paint. Here are some helpful resources on paint recycling.
For customers in CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, & DC:
For customers everywhere else:
VOCs And their Impact on Your Home’s Indoor Air
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), are carbon-containing compounds, emitted as gasses, that can pollute the air in your home and the environment. VOCs are commonly present in a wide array of household products.
Our paint is Zero VOC, which means no carbon-based solvents (VOCs) have been intentionally added to our products, although trace amounts of VOC may be present as residual components of other ingredients.
We also use only Zero VOC colorants in our paint, so they won’t add VOCs when the paint is tinted.
View our Technical Data Sheets or visit our FAQ page here for more information on the VOC contents in our paint.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), studies have found that levels of VOCs are 2 to 5 times higher indoors than outdoors.
Important Health Information About VOCs:
Lead & Asbestos
Our paint does not contain lead. Lead-based paints were banned by the Federal government from consumer use in 1978. If you live in a pre-1978 home, there is a possibility your home could contain lead-based paint or asbestos. Exposure to lead or asbestos can be very hazardous to your health. Scraping or sanding surfaces of older buildings (especially pre-1978) may release dust containing lead or asbestos. Always wear personal protective equipment while sanding and washing these surfaces. For more information, call EPA’s National Lead Information Hotline at 1-800-424-LEAD, contact your state or local Health Department or visit the helpful links below.