We’ve tested a lot of spray paint here in the Everyday Dishes & DIY office. Before we discovered SUGAR spray paint, we struggled to find a product that provided professional coverage without the smelly, intense vapors.
SUGAR is a healthier spray paint because there are no petroleum-based solvents. It’s a hybrid of water and alcohol that’s made from harvested sugar cane, which all translates to a lower toxicity than most aerosol paints.
Plus, the low-smell formula means we can spray paint our projects indoors in a well-ventilated area and not fume-out our coworkers! (But we always recommend wearing a mask when using spray paint.)
Even though it’s a safer alternative than other brands, SUGAR still leaves behind a high-quality matte finish. Colors are vibrant, coverage is perfect and the pigments are UV-resistant. So, you’ll get a lot of wear from SUGAR!
The can’s aerosol technology is designed to produce a soft pressure while you’re spraying. You have total control over the color application. With SUGAR, you get nothing but crisp, clean lines and colors.
Currently, SUGAR spray paint comes in many shades—from vanilla white to a bright yellow called ‘banana split’ and everything in between.
This article is sponsored by SUGAR Artists Acrylic. All reviews and opinions are our very own and written solely by Everyday Dishes & DIY staff and were not influenced in any way. All discounts offered and product claims made by Everyday Dishes & DIY have been approved by and are the sole responsibility of the advertiser.