Singapore Paint Company Develops World’s First Multi-Coloured “Unicorn” Paint

Singapore Paint Company Develops World’s First Multi-Coloured “Unicorn” Paint

1 April 2021 - Singapore

Who says unicorns are not real? A Singapore-based paint company, Alora Paints, has developed the world's first "Unicorn" colored paint. The unique, water-based, near zero VOC paint is applied with either a brush or roller, but within five minutes of application, it turns into a rainbow of colors on your wall.

Alora Paints, a paint company in Singapore, was formed in 2020 as a direct-to-consumer and applicator paint venture with the aim to simplify the shopping experience for paints. The company's environmentally responsible paints, with near zero VOC, zero lead, and easy water clean-up, have gained popularity among consumers. Alora Paints also offers several innovative features, including removable paint sample swatches and the ability to add antibacterial and antifungal properties with just one click.

"We have been working on creating a unicorn color for 18 years, testing it in kindergartens, day-care centers, and kids' bedrooms. One request we could not achieve – which many six-year-olds were requesting – is to make it smell like unicorn poop. Alas, all our paints have no odor," said Adrian Kok, the CEO of this paint company in Singapore.

We asked Adrian how they have spent 18 years developing the unique color when they have only been around for two years, but his office replied, "Adrian is not available on April 1."

The company, Alora Paints, has produced 42 liters of this unique paint, which can be purchased on the brand's website.

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