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Tetra Pigment – P7050

Tetra Pigment – P7050



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Tetra Pigment (Torginol SKU: P7050) Color-Shift Metallic Powder

Discover the transformative allure of Tetra Color-Shift Metallic Pigment by Torginol, SKU: P7050. This pigment draws inspiration from the dynamic and shimmering hues of the Tetra fish, known for its vibrant color patterns and fluid movements. Perfect for those who seek to infuse their spaces with the ever-changing beauty of nature, Tetra Pigment is designed to create flooring that not only stands out but also adapts and shifts with changes in light and perspective.

Vivid Color-Shifting Dynamics
Tetra Pigment captures the essence of the tropical Tetra with an impressive ability to shift colors, offering an array of stunning hues that reflect and refract light. From deep blues and greens to radiant violets, this pigment changes as you move, ensuring that your floors provide a unique and interactive experience every time they are viewed.

Superior Durability for Enduring Beauty
Engineered for resilience, Tetra Pigment is robust enough to withstand the demands of high-traffic areas in both commercial and residential settings. It resists abrasions, chemicals, and UV rays, ensuring that its vibrant colors and metallic sheen remain beautiful and intact for years. This durability makes Tetra an ideal choice for environments that require floors to be as functional as they are aesthetically pleasing.

Flexible Application for Various Designs
Tetra Pigment is suitable for a wide range of flooring systems, including epoxy, polyurethane, and polyaspartic coatings. Its finely milled particles ensure a smooth, even distribution, facilitating a flawless application process that results in a uniform and lustrous finish. Whether used by professional flooring installers or ambitious DIY enthusiasts, Tetra allows for creative freedom in any project.

Eco-Friendly and Indoor Air Quality Safe
In keeping with Torginol’s commitment to sustainability, Tetra Pigment is formulated with eco-friendly materials and designed to be low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This approach not only promotes healthier indoor air quality but also reduces environmental impact, making it a responsible choice for eco-conscious projects.

Easy Maintenance for Continuous Appeal
Maintaining floors coated with Tetra Color-Shift Metallic Pigment is surprisingly simple. The durable, seamless finish of this pigment is easy to clean and naturally resists stains and dirt accumulation. Regular sweeping and occasional damp mopping are sufficient to keep your floors looking pristine and vibrant, ensuring they continue to captivate and enchant with minimal upkeep.

Cost-Effective Investment with Significant Returns
Choosing Tetra Pigment is not only a decision to beautify your space but also an economically savvy one. Its long-lasting nature minimizes the need for frequent touch-ups and replacements, offering significant cost savings over time. Additionally, the unique visual appeal of Tetra can greatly enhance the market value of your property.

Tetra Color-Shift Metallic Pigment (Torginol SKU: P7050) offers a perfect blend of dynamic beauty, durable performance, and innovative design. It is an exceptional choice for anyone looking to transform their floors into a vibrant, living surface that reflects the colorful energy of tropical waters. Experience the magic of Tetra and elevate your space to a realm of color and light.


Tetra Pigment, P7050

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


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