CHA Paints: Delta Creative

Reported by Anam Stubbington

Delta Creative had some interesting new releases, our favorite being their new SOY range of stains and paints!

The Soy Paints range had a large color selection, and the vibrancy of the colors was impressive. We were delighted to see that they are perfect for even young children to use. The sample canvases they had on display were gorgeous at showing off the color coverage.

Details from their website states:

Soy Paint uses pigment containing a bio-based soy ester resin and other recycled natural materials. Soy Paint is: • The first TRUE “Green” decorative paint on the market! • Non-Toxic and safe • Great for arts, crafts & home décor projects • Low-to-No VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) • Low odor • Easy clean-up with soap and water • Durable and long-lasting finish.

With the Soy Stains, we liked the velvet finish to the stains and the warm depth to the colors.

From their website:

Soy Stains have convenient wide-mouth jars makes for easy application • Works GREAT on soft woods such as pine – typically more difficult to stain with conventional stain products • Low odor • Long lasting, durable finish • Provides “Deep Penetration” on porous surfaces, also serving to seal & protect • Enhances the look and feel of the wood …as well as preserving keepsake items • Easy clean-up with soap and water • Premium Quality • Low VOC • Great for home décor projects

We feel these SOY paints and stains are a welcome addition to the creative paint industry and think that the quality and usability of the paints is right there with art acrylics, especially as they have no smell and come with an impressive claim to “prime, coat and seal” in one application.

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2 Responses to CHA Paints: Delta Creative

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    Elaine A February 8, 2011 at 8:55 am #

    Wow! Those paint colors are so vibrant! They look absolutely yummy!

    Elaine Allen

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    Katie_Bolinger February 8, 2011 at 10:04 am #

    I’ll be looking for these when my stash is gone. These colors are wonderfully bright and cheerful and who couldn’t use a bit if that.