Eco Friendly Traffic Paint

Traffic paint and sealcoat don’t usually contain soybean oil or promote environmental sustainability, so it’s natural to have some questions about these types of sustainable products. If your specific question doesn’t appear below, don’t hesitate to contact us by filling out an online form, calling us at 1-800-854-0782, or emailing us at and one of our technical representatives will be in touch within the next one to two business days.

What is the soybean oil in the formulations used for?

We use the soybean oil in BioStripe® and BioSealcoat® to form the products’ binder. This is what causes the paint and sealcoat to stick to surfaces and eventually evaporate into the air. Binders usually consist of petroleum additives.

What quality standards does BioStripe meet?

BioStripe meets all federal specification requirements of TT-P-1952 with a 20-minute no-pickup dry time.

Do I need to order new equipment to use BioStripe?

No. BioStripe is compatible with any traditional waterborne striping equipment.

What type of containers are BioStripe and BioSealcoat available in?

BioStripe and BioSealcoat can be ordered in 5-gallon pails, 55-gallon drums, and 275-gallon totes.

What colors are available?

BioStripe comes yellow, white, blue, red, black, and bike-path green. BioSealcoat comes in black and bike-path green. Custom colors are available upon request.

What percentage of BioStripe is biorenewable?

BioStripe is a USDA-certified biobased product. While the USDA requires at least 25% of traffic paint formulations to earn this certification, each BioStripe product’s formulation contains at least 47% biorenewable content. BioSealcoat contains about 33% biorenewable content.

How often should I sealcoat my driveway or parking lot?

While sealcoating should be a part of your pavement maintenance program, a quality sealcoat should last at least 2-3 years. Sealing your driveway too often will lead to peeling and hairline cracks.