EMF paint is an effective tool in your arsenal for combating electromagnetic radiation (EMR). It blocks wireless signals like those from cell towers, routers, and WiFi equipment. In combination with other measures like covering your smart meter and switching to wired internet connections, you can drastically minimize your family’s exposure to harmful radiation.
There are many different brands of EMF shielding paint on the market. Each one has a specific frequency and range that it can block. The best option is to choose a product from a manufacturer that does extensive testing on their own products to ensure that they work as advertised.
The first step in applying EMF paint is to properly prepare the surface. Most manufacturers recommend priming the surface with an EMF-safe primer or a standard non-oil-based primer. Then, you can paint the desired surface with your chosen color. It is recommended that you apply two coats of the EMF paint to achieve maximum effectiveness. Once it is dry, the surface should be grounded for safety.
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Ideally, the grounding should be done by a licensed electrician. This will help to ensure that the paint is not electrically charged by any wiring in your home or lightning strikes. The most important part of the process is to ensure that your EMF paint is bonded with a conductive grounding plate.
Once the grounding is complete, you should use an EMF meter to test the radiation levels in your home. You should take readings in rooms where you spend a lot of time, like your bedroom or living room. A good EMF meter will be able to measure radiofrequency (RF) and extremely low-frequency electromagnetism (ELFEMF). You should see a noticeable reduction in radiation after the EMF paint is applied.