Dunn-Edwards introduces new “hybrid” enamel paint

Dunn-Edwards, the Los Angeles-based paint and sundries line, has introduced a premium interior enamel product line that has the performance and appearance of traditional oil-based paint but cleans up with soap and water. 

Called Aristowall, the gloss and semi-gloss paint is a water-oil hybrid product designed for interior walls, trim, molding, cabinets, doors, kitchens, baths and high-traffic areas. It uses waterborne alkyd technology, according to Terry Chi, product manager. “The end result is a surface that looks like glass,” she said. 

Like all other Dunn-Edwards products, Aristowall is ethylene glycol (EG)-free, low-VOC at 50 grams/liter, and has very low odor both during and after application.  

Dunn-Edwards operates 109 stores in California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas. It is one of the nation’s largest independent manufacturers and distributors of architectural paints and painting supplies.