Installation: How much paint is required?
Before you paint your home’s interior walls, ceiling, woodwork, doors, or windows, you must estimate the amount of paint you’ll use. Estimates require specific calculations for each surface you want to paint.
The average 10' by 12' room consists of 352 square feet of wall space, less window and door openings. A gallon of paint will cover 350-400 Sq. Ft. and requires one packet of the ionic paint additive, per gallon of paint. It’s not necessary to treat the ceilings, trim and doors just the walls.
There are two formulations St-2000 for pet odors at $34.95 per packet and ST-1000 for smoking odors at $39.95 per packet. ST-1000 contains TiO2 to combat any off-gassing potential, both formulations will purify the air of airborne particulates such as toxins, dust and offensive odors.
The, majority of our customers purchase our additive, to eliminate undesirable odors, consider your investment as a permanent air purification system a solution for maintaining healthy indoor air quality, for you and your family. The more wall surface treated, the better the air quality.
The ionic additive works 24/7/365 and will continue to remain effective for the lifespan of the painted surface, no electricity, filters or servicing required.
By comparison, a portable air purification unit cost between $80 up to $1,500 with annual operating costs of $50 to $100 for filter replacement and electricity (with most of that being for filters). Filter prices can range from around $10 each up to about $90.
It's important the ionic additive be mixed properly with the paint, ask the paint department to add the ionic additive with the paint prior to mixing in a paint shaker. If you require two coats add the additive to the last coat of paint. The additive can be mixed with water or oil-based paint
If you require help with estimating square footage, we have available a step by step procedure for estimating the footage and the paint required for ceilings, walls, trim and doors. Ionicfirstname.lastname@example.org Att. Bert