DIY Projector Screen Paint
There are several advantages to our "paintable" screen products. The most important is that we do feel strongly that our optical pigments are superior to those used in traditional fabric or vinyl screens. The DIY projector screen paint also gives you full control over the height, format and size of the image – there are no custom sizes or added costs. We recommend that you mount your projector and then adjust the height and size until you find what looks perfect for your theater. Then you install our screen - no measuring required. Our screen will not wrinkle and the edges will not curl in - it will always be flat on your wall. All this and it is much less expensive compared to fabric screens. Our product is water based and very environment and consumer friendly. There are no solvents or that typical chemical and ammonia smell of regular paint.
Our DIY projector screen paints have been awarded a US Patent for the non-interference pigment technology formulated for digital projection and high definition projection. It is this technology that sets us apart from all other screens available on the market including the most expensive traditional screen fabrics. Follow this link, DIY Projector Screen Paint Performance, for a complete description and graphic of this pigment performance.
You may be interested in seeing an on-line version of the installation instructions which will be the same as you will receive in booklet form shipped with your screen kit: DIY Project Screen Paint Instructions.
"Great product. The thing sparkles like you said it would. Simply amazing." Stephen, Calgary, Canada
Each screen kit has enough solution to build a projector screen of up to 90 square feet and in any format.
Each DIY Projector Screen Kit contains 1 bottle of Contrast Primer/Sealer*, 1 bottle of Optical Topcoat, 2 custom 3/8" roller covers and complete installation manual.
*Primer is not included in international shipments due to the very high cost of added freight. A reduction in our freight charge is made to compensate for this. Shipments outside of North America will require you to obtain a primer/sealer from your local market.