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Pier Pigment – P1550

Pier Pigment – P1550



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Pier Pigment (Torginol SKU: P1150) Metallic Powder

Introducing Pier Metallic Pigment by Torginol, SKU: P1150—a serene and sophisticated flooring solution that encapsulates the rugged, tranquil beauty of a weathered seaside pier. Ideal for those seeking to bring a touch of the ocean’s timeless allure into their space, Pier Pigment combines natural aesthetics with the luster of metal, offering a unique and inviting environment in any setting.

Subtle Yet Captivating Color Palette
Pier Pigment draws inspiration from the muted, natural tones found along coastal piers—soft grays and weathered wood hues, enhanced with a metallic sheen that mimics the reflection of water. This pigment provides a neutral yet dynamic foundation that complements a wide range of decor styles, from rustic beach houses to modern urban lofts, making it a versatile choice for various interior design themes.

Durability That Withstands the Elements
Engineered for longevity and resilience, Pier Pigment is crafted to endure the harsh conditions of both high-traffic commercial spaces and intimate residential areas. It is highly resistant to abrasions, chemicals, and UV exposure, ensuring that its beautiful, understated colors maintain their depth and vibrancy over time. This durability makes Pier Pigment an ideal choice for areas that demand both aesthetic appeal and functional performance.

Versatile Application for Creative Flexibility
Pier Pigment is compatible with multiple types of floor coatings, including epoxy, polyurethane, and polyaspartic finishes. Its finely milled particles ensure seamless blending and even distribution, facilitating a smooth application that results in a uniform and lustrous finish. Whether applied by professional flooring installers or DIY enthusiasts, Pier Pigment provides the flexibility to achieve exceptional results across a variety of projects.

Eco-Friendly and Indoor Air Quality Safe
Reflecting Torginol’s commitment to environmental responsibility, Pier Pigment is formulated with eco-friendly materials and designed to be low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This pigment promotes healthier indoor air quality and reduces environmental impact, making it a responsible choice for projects that prioritize ecological health alongside aesthetic beauty.

Low Maintenance for Effortless Upkeep
Floors enhanced with Pier Metallic Pigment are easy to maintain, thanks to the pigment’s robust and seamless finish. Naturally resistant to stains and simple to clean, routine sweeping and occasional mopping with mild cleaning solutions are all that’s needed to keep your floors looking pristine. This ease of maintenance ensures that the serene beauty of Pier continues to shine with minimal effort.

Cost-Effective with Long-Term Value
Choosing Pier Pigment is a smart financial decision that offers extensive benefits over time. Its enduring quality minimizes the need for frequent renovations, providing substantial savings. Moreover, the unique and appealing appearance of Pier can significantly enhance the aesthetic and market value of your property.

Pier Metallic Pigment (Torginol SKU: P1150) is an exceptional choice for anyone looking to infuse their space with the calm, enduring beauty of a seaside pier. Perfect for creating a tranquil yet elegant atmosphere, Pier transforms ordinary floors into stunning landscapes of color and light, bringing the peaceful essence of the coast into any environment.


Pier Pigment, P1550

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4 oz, 8 oz, 12 oz, 16 oz, 1 pound


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