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The world’s whitest paint, reflecting 98% light

The world’s whitest paint, reflecting 98% light

After a long study, the world’s whitest paint has been created, which on the one hand reflects 98% of the sun’s light and at the same time reflects the lower red (infrared) rays.

This paint plays an important role in keeping walls and buildings cool. Compared to other paints, it can keep the surface as cool as four and a half degrees Celsius, no matter how intense the sun. The good news is that in one to two years, this paint will be available in the market.

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