Singapore's 'most odourless' paint now available

Romesh Navaratnarajah26 Feb 2015

Dulux PureAir

For homeowners looking to paint their rooms but can’t stand the strong paint smell, there is good news.

Dulux PureAir, produced by AkzoNobel and touted as Singapore’s most odourless paint, is now available for sale here.

Based on research conducted by Nielsen Singapore, respondents surveyed found PureAir the ‘most odourless’ among the interior paint products they experienced; and four out of five consumers said they would recommend Dulux PureAir to their friends and family.

It uses revolutionary Paint Happy and Airfresh technologies that are trademark to the brand, resulting in cleaner air with virtually no smell of paint throughout and after the painting process.

How it works is the Paint Happy Technology neutralises the smell of fresh paint to minimise discomfort during the painting process. Then the Airfresh Technology activates to continually absorb pollutants in the air, keeping the room fresh.

Jeremy Rowe, Managing Director, AkzoNobel Decorative Paints, South East and South Asia, Middle East, said: “I am happy that Dulux has once again brought a revolution to the market – one that is low in Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and actively freshens the air even after it is applied. PureAir’s formulation enables young families to enjoy a newly-painted environment without worry.”

Dulux PureAir is mould-resistant, fungus-resistant as well as anti-bacterial, and also comes in a range of pastel colours.

Image: Dulux PureAir. (Photo by AkzoNobel)


Romesh Navaratnarajah, Singapore Editor of PropertyGuru Group, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories email



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