Graphene, known as the strongest material ever measured, has now been turned into an ultra-thin, yet highly durable eco-friendly paint called 'Graphenstone.'
Graphenstone from The Graphene Company is made with a base of 98% pure lime and graphene. Although lime-based paints are common, the addition of graphene means that the paint is superconductive and can actually help to improve the thermal regulation of buildings—with the use of this paint, potentially buildings will require less heating and cooling, as the paint acts like an insulator.
Because the new paint is so thin and strong, less is needed to achieve a lasting finish. According to The Graphene Company, just a single liter of paint is needed to coat eight square meters twice.