A company that has been in the business of using paint to protect the environment and the environment’s environment for a very long time is now making its first big splash in the industry.
The company, Lowes Paint, announced Thursday that it is now selling the “Cloud Painting” products online.
Lowes uses paint that has a special blend of water droplets and air bubbles to cover windows and door frames.
These products are designed to be sprayed over the windows and other doors of the home.
The products are available at Lowes’ online store, LowESparker.com, for about $2,000.
LowESpray is a “light-weight” spray that costs about $1,000 for a gallon of paint.
Lowes said it began using the paint in the past year to help reduce the number of paint-related deaths in the United States.
The company said it has found that spraying paint over windows can help reduce carbon monoxide poisoning and the use of paints in the home is linked to a lower likelihood of asthma attacks and related illnesses.
The first batch of Lowes paint is scheduled to be sold online in early November.
In the U.S., the products are still only available in a limited number of locations.
In a blog post on Thursday, Lowers founder and chief executive officer Brian Hines wrote that the company has been testing out the product for several months and believes it is a good alternative to the current paint-on-windows approach.