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The next generation bio-based wall paint for the painter of today: Ralston ExtraTex Matt [2]. The same professional top quality, but on the basis of renewable raw materials. Finally paint in which sustainability is a matter of course. We believe in sustainable innovation. That is why we are raffling off the transport of the future: an electric scooter with a maximum speed of 24 km/h. Fill in your details and win!

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Free drinking bottle and eco bag

Get a free reusable Ralston drinking bottle and an eco-bag with your purchase of 10 litres of ExtraTex Matt [2] wall paint. Only at participating wholesalers.

We now find sustainable paint even more common

With Ralston's sustainable biobased wall paints, you always make a conscious choice. The paint and binding agent technology is based on renewable raw materials. The Next-Gen Biobased paint contributes to great environmental benefits. Prestigiously durable paint that does not compromise on the quality of the end result. No matter how special and innovative the technology may be, we hope that you will find biobased paint just as common as we do.

And environmentally conscious paint deserves sustainable packaging. The new bucket is therefore made of PCR (post-consumer recyclate), which consists of recycled consumer plastics.

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Ralston ExtraTex Matt [2]

Next-Gen Biobased matt water-dilutable wall paint from the Netherlands. Further developed to perfection. Excellent hiding power (class 1), VOC free*, scrub resistant, splash and odor neutral and available in all colours. The next step in innovation of sustainable binding agent technology. Based on waste streams of vegetable residues from second generation biomass. These raw materials are not only good for the environment but also good for unprecedented colour strength and even more consistent colours.

*All whites and base paints are solvent-free. Depending on the colour chosen, the base used and the colourants used, a small amount of VOC may be present in the product. A maximum of a few grams per litre.