Sustainable Packaging Reduces Paint Waste
In an effort to help reduce paint waste through sustainable packaging, LiquiGlide, which has developed permanently wet, liquid-impregnated surface technology, has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with sustainable packaging manufacturer, Pact Group Holdings.
Working with LiquiGlide’s patented slippery coating technology, Pact will explore new paint packaging solutions that allow consumers to use more of the paint they purchase and reduce the environmental impact associated with residual paint.
LiquiGlide’s coatings are created by combining a textured solid with a liquid, resulting in a permanently wet slippery surface that enables viscous liquids to slide easily. As a result, consumers get more product out of the container, skin formation and flaking are hindered, and waste is reduced, the company says.
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