mylar, panda film, or flat white paint?

Discussion in 'Grow Room Design/Setup' started by darren reefnugs, Mar 7, 2016.

  1. which works best? which is the easiet to deal with?

    ive used paint before but have been told it emmits gasses??? id like to not have to buy a huge roll of the others, i dont need a 25 foot roll haha

    so whats the advantages to each? disadvantages?
  2. I would use the reflective Styrofoam insulation that you can get in sheets, its like $25 for a 4x8 and then you just tack to the wall. No gasses and no fucking around trying to get the mylar perfectly flat.
  3. If you need a very small mylar piece i got mine from those reflective emergency blankets... They sell for outdoor camping
  4. I went to Lowes, flat white paint rated as "Highly Reflective" is what I used. Room is 8' x 8' x 8'4" tall. This paint is designed to reflect paint better than normal white. About $35 for the gallon did the whole room. No fuss.
  5. You want the best, Orca Grow Film. Expensive, but I'd say the best on the market.
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