Graphenstone – Natural Paint Available in the UK

Updated Apr 20, 2024 | Posted Jan 17, 2019 | Industry news, Products | 7 comments



Sold in over 45 countries worldwide, Graphenstone is a 100% natural, sustainable paint system made from lime and minerals. It’s completely non-toxic with zero VOCs, plastics, formaldehyde or petrochemicals, so damaging to the health of decorators. Decorators can now choose a paint that allows you to breathe clean air on the job, significantly lowering your health risks!

Our range is infused with pure carbon nanotechnology graphene – the strongest material known to science. Graphenstone is the first Class 1 strength natural paint in history, the only natural paint on the market today with the durability to rival acrylic trade paints. Graphene also brings unique stretch and elasticity improving coverage, creating the best value natural paint on the market today.

Graphenstone paints are completely non-toxic, and brushes can be washed with water meaning no need for thinners. They’re also have zero smell, meaning no poisonous fumes so rooms can be occupied immediately.


Graphenstone actively cleans the air you breathe! Lime absorbs poisonous carbon dioxide. Every 15L pot absorbs 4.8kg of CO₂, so three pots will absorb as much CO₂ as a 250kg tree in a year! What a powerful marketing angle for new clients, particularly families with young children, nurseries and schools. Lime is also highly alkaline with a pH of 12, meaning NOTHING can grow on it. Naturally proofed to fungus, mould and bacteria, you won’t see those dark spots of mould or damp on Graphenstone paint.

We’ve all seen paint bubble up and peel away from the wall. Acrylic paint creates a plastic film on your wall sealing in moisture. When moisture gets behind the paint, it seeks to evaporate, pushing the paint away from the wall causing it to bubble and peel. Our minerals are breathable. Any moisture from a damp corner will pass through Graphenstone paint and evaporate off into the room.

Have you ever used those chalky designer paints, that seem to need endless watery coats? Designer paints are often disliked by decorators, with a solid content as low as 20%. This means fully 80% of the paint evaporates off in water vapour. Graphenstone’s solid content is as high as 70%, so the finish is thicker and richer, requiring fewer coats and ensuring a wonderful, rich finish.

Graphenstone - Natural Paint

Please visit to read more about our range, and place orders up to 4L pots. For additional information, trade prices and larger orders and pot formats, please don’t hesitate to contact Matthew Lewis at


Graphenstone is the ultimate in problem solving finish paint and it’s a product which is under-used in the UK. A lot of decorators don’t realise just how good this stuff is!! From actually cleaning the air we breathe, to dealing with penetrating damp and still looking great years after application. Lime paint also stops all mould and mildew growth dead!! It will never come back!!

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Updated Apr 20, 2024 | Posted Jan 17, 2019 | 7 comments

About the Author

About the Author

Mike Cupit has been in the decorating industry since 2002 and has mostly worked as a Trade Decorator in the domestic sector (peoples’ homes). Self-proclaimed “product geek”, Mike has a passion for paint and decorating tools. Mike now spends most of his time testing paint products and tools, comparing them to similar products on the market, and blogging about the industry in general.
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  1. Andrew Billingham

    Hi, Can the paint be used on interior woodwork? (ie as in gloss )
    or just for walls/ceilings?


  2. Antonio leon

    Hi, good morning, yes you can use in woodwork, but first you can use a primer, the name is Graohenstone four2four. Best Regard

  3. Chris

    The best one for woodwork I’ve found is the Graphenstone Grafclean mid-shine, and as Antonio said you’d need the Four2Four primer. That’s what we’ve used on our kitchen door anyway!

    We used the Graphenstone GCS colours on the rest of the house – you can also get that here:

  4. Jonathon

    Hi, Can this Graphenstone Grafclean be used on old varnished wooden floors?

  5. john chadwick

    crylic paint makes a plastic film on your divider fixing in dampness. At the point when dampness gets behind the paint, it looks to vanish, driving the paint away from the divider making it air pocket and strip. Our minerals are breathable. Any dampness from a moist corner will go through Graphenstone paint and dissipate off into the room.

  6. Sue Ellis

    Can this be applied over existing acrylic painted walls and still have the same breathable qualities?

  7. Caroljoy lloyd

    We fixed damp due to condensation by adding a coat of lime plaster to the painted walls, and a couple of coats of graphenstone paint. The house may not breathe through, but it is no longer damp. We have gone through a year of weather changes, and it is all fine. We also used graphenstone lovat colour over a zinser primer on our upvc windows. It is fabulous and non peeling, and the Matt finish is very beautiful.


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