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REFLECTIVE SAFETY PAINT™

$250.00
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Reflective Safety Paint™ is a multi-surface acrylic emulsion coating with glass beads for ultimate reflectivity. Use for safety applications such as curbs, fire hydrants, aisle markings, bollards & more.


For interior & exterior use on wood, concrete, metal & more 

Approximately 140-200 linear ft./ gallon dependent on width

Brush, roll or spray & made in the USA

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Reflective Safety Paint™ is a multi-surface acrylic emulsion coating with glass beads for ultimate reflectivity. Use for safety applications such as curbs, fire hydrants, aisle markings, bollards & more.

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Helps save money on electric bills

    Posted by Keith C on 29th Nov 2015

    Looks fantastic. Used 5 gal. silver reflective paint 25x25 room addition Topped Home Depot patio paint acrylic non-chip paint high adhesion with our reflective paint. The silver acrylic latched on to the new base magnificently. Did 2nd coat to get silver highlighted, hand sprinkled in the beads. Looks fantastic. Cut temperature inside the house significantly. Makes a huge different on electric bills. Plan to cover an asphalt roof next. FedEx driver who delivered the product is going to recommend to his fleet manager to use reflective paint on trucks to reduce heat inside. Recommends testing 5 trucks and see difference.

  • 5
    People can now see my sign at night

    Posted by Rich E on 16th Nov 2014

    My wine bar sign is finally seen at night. I own a small neighborhood beer and wine bar. It is set back off the street so it is hard to see unless you are looking for it. I've had people come in and tell me they've lived there years and didn't know the place existed. City regulation prohibit tall signs, flashing lights, spinning signs or flags. Over a year ago I bought a gallon of your Reflective Paint to paint over my signs so maybe people might be able to see them. Well, I tend to put things off and just got around to painting the signs. Now I have several people a day coming in to tell me they saw my sign from way down the street. The paint is probably not going to make me rich but it is making a difference. Now on to my next great idea.