How do you store paint for years?
Use an airtight container.
Use airtight glass jars or lidded mason jars to store paint for years. Glass containers are eco-friendly—since you can clean and reuse them when you run out of paint. However, you must take extra care to avoid light exposure.May 13, 2565 BE
What’s the best way to store paint? Always store paint in a cool, dry location away from sunlight and where the temperature stays above freezing. Before storing, wipe away any excess paint on the outside of the can.
How long can paint be stored and still be good?
In particular, an unopened can of latex or acrylic paint lasts up to 10 years. For unopened paints that are oil-based or alkyd-based, the shelf life could be up to 15 years. Additionally, chalk paint has a shorter lifespan from 1-3 years, and milk paint only lasts 1-2 weeks after its mixed.Nov 7, 2564 BE
What kind of container can I store paint in?
Storing paint does have some limitations. Latex or water-based paints can normally be stored for about two-three years in an airtight container. For best results we would recommend storing water-based paints in either PET or HDPE plastic bottles. For little jobs we have some small paint pots which are ideal!May 10, 2562 BE