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Mylands CSO Green Paint 2.5L

Mylands Colour-Separation Overlay (CSO) Green Emulsion Paint

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Made from specific pigments that have been approved by television and film studios to give accurate cut out precision. These pigments and colours are highly specialised, Mylands have put in many years of research and development to provide exactly what the industry wants. Used by the BBC for nearly 50 years and our paints, polishes, lacquers and varnishes have been used on most major productions at Shepperton, Pinewood, Elstree and many other of the UK’s better known film studios.

This high opacity Flame Retardant vinyl emulsion paint was originally formulated in the 1950’s and has been updated over the years. The dead flat matt formulation enhances the depth of natural pigment colours making for an easier keying process.

Scenic Artists, Master Painters, Architects, Interior Designers and absolute pigment purists love the chalky appearance of this product manufactured by master paint makers in our factory in London.



Mylands Emulsion Paint may be applied by brush or roller. Mylands traditional emulsion can also be overcoated with Mylands Gloss and Matt F.R. (flame retardant) glazes which can enhance and protect the emulsion. The glazes can also be mixed in with the emulsions to change the sheen of the paint i.e creating an eggshell effect which gives extra strength.

Drying Time

Touch dry in 1 - 2 hours at 20°C.

Recoatable in 3 hours at 20°C.

If ambient temperature deviates form this, drying time may be shortened or lengthened.


Coverage will depend on substrate and application method but should be an average of 14m² per litre.


Mylands Emulsion Paints are designed to be used as supplied, but may be thinned with water if required (no more than 5%).


Protect from frost. Store above 5°C

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