We just secured authorization to sell this incredible paint that can save you thousands of dollars and revitalize your washed out, barely visible projected images.  Forget LED video walls and huge TVs that are bulky and difficult to handle and reflect everything in the room back at you! 

This paint can be applied to virtually any surface and can even be used on rollable screens-no peeling or cracking!  

*Please note-depending on your screen size and projector specifications, your results may vary-if you're curious if this will work for your setup, drop us a line with this information and we will tell you yes or no! 

Ambient-Light Rejecting Projection Screen Paint-Quart (up to 120" screen)

  • We will not accept returns on opened paint products and we are not responsible for poor results if you are using non-name brand projectors, many of whom fabricate their specifications.

    If you wish to confirm whether you will see awesome results or not, please contact us PRIOR to ordering with the following information: 
    Projector make and model
    Screen size (height and width)
    Aspect Ratio (4:3, 16:9, 16:10, etc.)
    Throw distance (distance between screen and projector) 

    Should you wish to return an unopened paint product, we are happy to offer a refund, but your refund will be subject to a 25% restocking fee.

  • Please make sure to measure your ambient light levels in foot-candles.  This paint will perform in 25FC or below quite well, given that your projector and screen measurement is at 60fL or above.  

    To calculate your foot-Lambert (fL) measurement, follow this formula: 
    projector lumens / screen square footage (or meters) * .8 = fL

    Lower fL measurements may work, but your white levels may not be as bright.  Timato Systems will NOT be responsible for your individual results. Ambient light levels are a critical factor in how well this paint performs, along with how bright your image is on your screen to begin with.  

    Finally, our paint appears much darker when side-by-side with white surfaces due to how our brains process color and light information.  Best case is to look at our paint on its own with no other screen material influencing that demonstration.  


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