Ultra Spec Scuff-X

March 01, 2018 1 min read

Ultra Spec Scuff-X

Outperforms the Competition

Test results have shown that Scuff-X delivers superior scuff-resistance compared to leading competitive products designed for high-traffic areas. Unlike the competition, Benjamin Moore’s scuff-resistant formula combats scuffing from the outset, resulting in minimal maintenance and lost productivity from cleaning and retouching.

Ease of Use

Scruff-X’s single component formula means no mixing, measuring or limited pot-life. With a quick-drying, low-VOC and low-odor formula, it provides an easy application and improves touch ups, so your work areas can be painted and rapidly returned to service with minimal disruption.

A Great Solution For Your Needs

Scuff-X is ideal for high-traffic areas in commercial spaces such as school hallways, hospital waiting rooms, hotel lobbies, gym locker rooms and bathrooms, retail fitting rooms, cafeterias, bathrooms and stairwells. And, of course, skate parks!

Visit us for more information on Scuff-X and other product solutions tailored to your project needs.


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