Aglaia products

Aglaia Paints, oils, waxes and metal protection products are based on traditional formulations that have been further developed to minimise the impact on the environment, to have no adverse impact on our health, and allow buildings to breathe more easily. 

Painters used to make their own paints from natural ingredients, each craftsmen having their own special formulas. This practice ceased with the coming of the Industrial Age. The Aglaia Natural Paint range was first introduced in the late sixties and was based on old recipes, but improved for modern needs and applications. Over the years, Aglaia has earnt a solid reputation for quality and range of application.

Materials used in the production of Aglaia include: Beech cellulose, Beeswax, Borax, Boric salts, Chalk, Citrus peel oil, Clove oil, Dehydrated castor (stand) oil, Earth and mineral pigments, Eucalyptus oil, Fir-needle oil, Glycerin, Iron Mica, Kaolin, Lavender oil, Linseed oil (refined), Marble lime hydrate, Mica, Milk casein, Natural asphalt, Natural gum milk, Potash, Quartz powder/Quartz sand, Shellac, Swelling clay, Talcum, Thyme oil, Wood stand oil.