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Advantages of Paint on Screen vs. a Physical Projector Screen
If purchasing a physical projector screen is outside
of your budget, or you do have the room for an additional item in your home
theater, painting your projector screen is a great choice both economically and
for the aesthetics of the room. Paint on screen allows you to create a
projector screen surface on any wall in any location. Application is easy
because you simply paint it on just like you would paint any other surface.
Just make sure you have a smooth surface to paint on. Bumps and defects take
away from the quality of your projection. A smooth wall allows for a sharper
While there are different shades of paint on screen
available, it is highly recommended you choose a good white. Going with any
other shade, will tint your projected image. Our best-selling shade is Digital
Theater White by Paint On Screen, which you can find
Digital Theater white is a level 2 shade, meaning it is not the whitest, but it
provides enough clarity to not distort the projected image. In addition Digital
Theater White supports 4K HD resolution, providing you the best possible
picture each time. I chose Paint On Screen brand particularly because they
provide a top notch solution at a reasonable price. One bucket of Digital
Theater White, which is all you need to paint an 82"x240" space, is only around
If something happens and your screen becomes covered
in permanent marks or other scuffs, simply paint a fresh coat of screen to fix
it. This is highly economical since permanent marks on a physical projection
screen cannot be erased or fixed. Therefore either causing you to purchase a
new screen or go through the hassle of dealing with the claims and warranty
Some people shy away from the DIY (do-it-yourself)
approach but painting your own projection screen makes movie night more
affordable. This is also a great option for schools, civic centers, and other
large gathering locations without the funding to purchase a large projector
screen for events. Paint On Screen is easy to use, and does not involve messing
with wires and space issues like with physical projector screens. No mixing, no
fuss, and if you ever need to get rid of it, Paint on Screen can simply wipe
clean and be painted over without any problems. Forget the nails, screws,
delivery, and installation of a large projection screen. Use Paint On Screen to
bring movie to you for have the cost!