Projector-Screen-Paint.com - the international shop from Leinwandfarbe.com, Germanys supplier for first class plastic-based video projector screen paint.
- Saves time - 1 coating is enough in most cases (on bright and just lightly water-absorbing ground)
- 1 liter is enough for up to 7m² (on smooth surface, prepared for moderate or light absorbtion of liquids)
- High contrast / intense colors
- Minimized hotspotting
- Gloss level dull matte for best pictures
- Can be used on most surfaces when they are prepared with the respective primer
- Low costs - especially on large areas you save a lot compared to usual projection screens
- Available in grey shades. If a too bright projector is used for a too small screen, the black/white-balance can be improve the reproduction using a grey screen. In this case all colors get impressively more brilliant.
- Suitable for 3D. (with shutter glasses)
- Suitable for HD, HDTV, Full HD & Co. since the final surface has a much finer structure than the projector can generate. Even a small screen with a size of 1,92m x 1,08m used for a projection in Full HD(1920 x 1080) leads to a pixel size of 1mm². The structure of the final video screen is much finer.
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FAQ & Calculator:
Should I use grey screen paint? Which shade is the best for my next screen? Answer: When dark areas of the projection apear like grey you should use a grey screen paint. Result: Black appears black and the whole picture gets a great natural contrast. The colours get more brilliance. Just check out your recommendation with our calculator:
I want to have a black edge. Do you offer therefore anything like "Screen Goo Ultra Black"? Answer: Recommendation: cheap deep black tinting paint. (no concentrate) Every DIY market offers cheap deep black tint, in Germany called RAL 9005. This is the blackest black. Even with a nice name like "ultra black" the paint won't absorb more visible light. A difference between "Screen Goo Ultra Black" and normal tinting color: Screen Goo Ultra Black is much more expensive.
Why should other screen paints be used with one special primer? Answer: For making profit?!? There is just one reason to prepare the surface with primer, when using our first class screen paint: bonding to ground. There is no "perfekt" primer. For most types of plaster a water-based primer is the right solution. The right choice for wood is never a water-based primer, due to ingredients of wood that could produce ugly stains. The right primer for the specific surface is available at your local DIY market for an affordable price. Walls painted with normal wall paint (not latex paint) don't have to be coated with primer.
Why is a topcoat regarded for other screen paints? Answer: The screen paint from leinwandfarbe.com already provides a fantastic picture. There is no need to improve it with a topcoat.
Which tools should be used? Answer: A big, fine foam roller. If you want a black edge you will also need: a slim foam roller, adhesive tape, a pencil, a folding metre stick and a water level.
Is it possible to get a black edge that is not frayed on a smooth surface? Answer: Yes. The area designated to be black is marked with a pencil. With a distance of 1-2 mm to the marked lines you apply the adhesive tape so that the marked lines will be coated later on. Problem: In some places black paint could get under the tape. The result would be a frayed edge. Solution: First you coat the edge with the white screen paint. Through this step the adhesive tape gets sealed and the black paint won't get under the tape. This trick is easy and effective.