Official Launch of NIPPON PAINT VIRUSGUARD
Congratulations Nippon Paint for another milestone! On the left is Datin Wong Meng Lee she is the Assistant General Manager of Marketing Nippon Paint Malaysia and on the right is Mr Yaw Seng Heng the Group Managing Director Nippon Paint Malaysia Group. I also found out it is Mr Yaw first job till now. That is a plausible passion and loyalty.
After the opening speech, Datin Wong share more about the product. Also shared a few clips of how Silver Ion help to keep our indoor environment cleaner. Datin Wong Meng Lee, said, “As a market leader in total coating solutions, Nippon Paint is at the forefront of innovation and is committed to continue seeking opportunities, new technologies and effective solutions for our consumers and stakeholders. Leveraging on the Silver Ion Technology for its anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, we aim to create and ensure homes, workspaces and public premises are safe and conducive especially during this pandemic, alongside other preventive measures.”
Ideal for any indoor spaces, the Nippon Paint VirusGuard contains the following properties:
· Ultra-low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)
· Superior washability
· Scrub resistance
· Mold and fungus resistance
· Long-lasting colour
· Easy and hassle-free maintenance
The Nippon Paint VirusGuard is an environmentally-friendly coating solution that also comes with the Singapore Green Label Test certification.
This is how it works. Silver ion helps to deactivate the virus, stops its production, and also inhibits growth. The been sending the paint to be tested by an independent lab and the result shows it is 99% effective in mitigating the growth and viruses. So, if you are leaning on your walls or your kids touching the walls then rest assured that your walls are germs free!
One of the most informative session was during the forum. I asked a silly question ( I was just curious). I asked, " if we mix the paint with water would it affect consistency?". If you are like me and wondering the answer is " The water will vapourize with time, but as long the silver ion is there on the walls then it will still be doing its job". I hope it gave you some assurance. You can always check Nippon Paint's website to get more info on how much water is advised. I was told it is around 5% but I believe it also may depend on the type of paint you are having. Always best to be sure and check the official website.
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