PPG announced that several of its automotive refinish products have again earned the Good Housekeeping Seal. These include the Envirobase® High Performance, Aquabase® Plus, Deltron®, Global Refinish System® and Nexa Autocolor® 2K® brands.
The Good Housekeeping Seal, issued by Good Housekeeping magazine, is one of the most recognized and respected consumer symbols of quality. Only products that have passed rigorous evaluations performed by the experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI) are granted the Seal.
“PPG takes great pride in earning the Good Housekeeping Seal once more,” said Greg Benckart, PPG vice president, Americas, automotive refinish. “We respect the Seal as a mark of quality that commands trust. We are committed to developing and distributing high-quality products that our customers can confidently depend on in their work.”
In keeping with the strict protocol followed by GHI scientists and engineers, PPG products were assessed through the rigid qualifying process in the GHI Engineering Lab. Technical and performance data were verified, and the products were evaluated to ensure that they perform as promised, including efficacy and ability to withstand environmental conditions.
The Envirobase High Performance and Aquabase Plus advanced waterborne basecoats are popular in the United States and Canada. They are formulated to offer consistent and excellent color match, allow easy blending and ease of use, and help collision centers improve productivity and efficiency. More than 10,000 collision centers across North America use PPG waterborne systems, the company reports.
The products offered in PPG’s premium Deltron refinish system are designed to offer color excellence and process efficiency. The Global Refinish System line is intended to meet the demand for a high-performance, high-solids system that can deliver superior color matching worldwide. The Nexa Autocolor 2K line includes advanced solvent-based products and offers comprehensive solutions for collision centers seeking quality results and efficiency.