Here’s a question: Why do we apply paint? Primarily, it’s to provide a layer of protection to a surface and, of course, for beautification. Beyond these, Boysen has seen many opportunities to innovate and expand what paint can do and provide. And so, today, we have quality paint products that have features you might not have known you needed. Check these out!

Boysen Bug Off

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Paint that can also protect your family from dengue? It exists. Boysen Bug Off, an anti-insect paint, is proven to kill disease-causing insects like mosquitoes, houseflies, ants, and cockroaches using Artilin Anti-Insect Technology.

When an insect lands on a Boysen Bug Off painted surface, the microscopic crystals set in the paint layer start to attack its nervous system. After a short time, depending on the size of the insect and how long it stays on the surface, it drops dead.

Is it safe? Absolutely. Boysen Bug Off is formulated with only low amounts of pyrethroids (the anti-insect compound in the paint). It’s enough to kill insects but harmless to other members of the household. Learn more about Boysen Bug Off.

Boysen Cool Shades

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Here’s paint that can help lower the temperature of your home and keep you cool even in the hot summer months. Boysen Cool Shades is manufactured to be a heat-reflecting roof paint. It bounces the light from the sun back to the sky before it has a chance to turn into heat that’s absorbed into your home.

Boysen Cool Shades utilizes highly-engineered infrared-reflecting (IR) pigments. It’s this pigment that repels infrared light from the sun and reduces your roof’s heat build-up. The result is a home that’s cooler in temperature.

Even without its heat-reflecting feature, as a roof paint, Boysen Cool Shades remains impressive too. It has outstanding durability and excellent dirt pick-up resistance. It’s also water-based and low-VOC so it’s environment-friendly. Learn more about Boysen Cool Shades.

Boysen KNOxOUT

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Boysen KNOxOUT, the world’s first-ever air-cleaning paint, was developed by Boysen as a direct response to air pollution. You may have seen the murals along EDSA painted with it.

How does it work? Boysen KNOxOUT uses light energy to break down smog-causing nitrogen oxides (NOx), converting them into harmless substances. One square meter of KNOxOUT painted surface is cleaning as much NOx as one mature tree. It’s ideal to paint it in urban areas with high NOx levels like indoor car parks, and exteriors of houses and buildings. Learn more about Boysen KNOxOUT.

Virtuoso Silk Touch

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Part of what makes Virtuoso Silk Touch innovative is its many desirable features in just one paint product for interior walls. First, it has aesthetic appeal. This paint comes in a luxurious silky matte finish which gets you beautiful walls that impart depth and warmth to a space. It’s distinctively smooth to the touch too.

Next, it’s easy-clean. It’s manufactured to have a surface protector so oil and dirt do not easily stick to it. This means you’ll have painted walls that stay looking good for longer. With antibacterial technology, it also provides protection against E. Coli, salmonella, mildew, and fungus. On top of all this, it’s low-odor, low-VOC, and lead-free. What more could you ask for? Learn more about Virtuoso Silk Touch.

Providing you with results that will impress, Boysen has premium paint products that go above and beyond. We hope you found products in this list that piqued your interest. Maybe try one out for yourself for your next paint project!

If you have questions about a Boysen product, our technical team will be happy to assist you. Send an email to or call (02) 8363-9738 local 413 to 418.


Jill is a writer on a continuous journey to learn about paint and share them with you, the reader. She has an interest in the technical side of things but also thoroughly enjoys playing with colors. She likes calm greens, quiet blues, and mellow yellows best.

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