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Paint Shield® microbicidal paint redefines what a paint can do.
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Imagine if paint could actually help. Imagine if it could protect us from the dangers of Staph and E. Coli . That’s what the research scientists at Sherwin-Williams imagined, and the result is Paint Shield® – the first-ever EPA-registered interior latex paint with the power to kill certain types of bacteria.

Independent third party laboratory tests prove it. Paint Shield® eliminates 99.9% of Staph (Staphylococcus aureus), E. coli (Escherichia coli), MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), VRE (Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecalis) and Enterobacter aerogenes on painted surfaces within two hours of exposure.

Article Image Tests also prove that Paint Shield® will stand up to the rigors of daily life. In the laboratory, this product was subjected to repeated cleaning and scrubbing to ensure that it would remain effective when exposed to normal wear and tear. Results show that when the integrity of the surface is maintained, Paint Shield® will continue to eliminate 90% of bacteria for up to four full years.

While Paint Shield® is designed to kill bacteria, it will also bring a room to life. Available in 550 colors and the popular eg-shel sheen, Paint Shield® delivers a great look that lasts.

Article Image Paint Shield® was created with the intention of being used in non-critical areas of the hospital, however, it also ideal for a variety of settings such as day care centers, senior care communities, schools and athletic facilities. Read about why the Philadelphia Athletic Recreation Center chose Paint Shield® during their recent renovation.

Paint Shield® can be applied with traditional brushes and rollers and is perfect ceilings, walls, doors and trim. Like all Sherwin-Williams products, Paint Shield® is formulated to meet the highest quality standards for performance and aesthetics.