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Rosco Chroma Key Paint (Blue, 1 Gallon)

BH #RO5710G • MFR #150057100128
Rosco Chroma Key Paint (Blue, 1 Gallon)
Key Features
  • For Keying Effects
With a high luminance value and excellent color saturation, Rosco's Chroma Key Blue Paint, available here in a 1 gallon container, allows video technicians to easily create a location optimized for keying effects.
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My walls have been painted with antique white ...

My walls have been painted with antique white semi gloss paint...can this go over top of it?...or do I need to paint it first white flat white?...
Asked by: Ann
Hi Rosco said to paint a small section of the wall let the paint dry for 3 to 4 hours to see how flat the paint looks. If you see a shine you will need to prime the wall
Answered by: Gary L
Date published: 2022-04-27

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The name and number on the can is covered in the photo?? is this the ultimatte blue #5720 paint??????
Asked by: Anonymous
This is the Chroma Key Paint and not the Rosco Ultimatte Video Paint in Blue, which is a discontinued item.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2021-03-21

What kind of Paint Brush AND Roller covers To Be ...

What kind of Paint Brush AND Roller covers To Be Used With This Paint??
Asked by: theresa
We sell the ChromaLight Painter Kit BH #CHPNTRKT • MFR #CL60001 but it depends in part on the surface you are painting. I would say you want a smooth surface so you do not get a dimpled pattern and have even light on the wall. So a roller with a short nap would make sense regardless of which brand.
Answered by: Jessica G
Date published: 2023-12-11

Is this safe on skin? Is it non-toxic?

Is this safe on skin? Is it non-toxic?
Asked by: Mitchel
Yes it is safe
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-05-05

Could this paint be used on a matte finish ...

Could this paint be used on a matte finish pull-down projection screen to repurpose it as a green screen? Or would the paint crack if rolled up?
Asked by: Rich
No, the paint would not hold and would peel off.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-05-05

Can we use this paint on plywood and other wooden ...

Can we use this paint on plywood and other wooden sheets?
Asked by: Israr
The paint itself is just a basic latex. If you use it on plywood, you should prime the plywood first. I did exactly that.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2021-05-05

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APPLICATION METHOD?HOW MANY COATS?PRIMER?
Asked by: STU G.
We ended up using 3 coats. We are using it for our church and needed it to be top notch and didn't want to take the chance of 2 coats not being enough... I can safely say that there is a huge difference between 1 and 2 coats. The 3rd coat may have been overkill, but we still did it.
Answered by: Rhett M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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