A thorough explanation of Trademark Classification Class 2, or Class 2. Each class that must be used to apply for or register a trademark corresponds to a certain type of products or services. We thoroughly explore the products that are classified as Class 2 trademark goods in this post.
Paints, varnishes, lacquers, preventatives against rust and wood deterioration, colorants, mordants, raw natural resins, and metals in foil and powder form for decorators, printers, and artists are all included under Class 2.
Class 2 covers mainly paints, colourants and preparations used for the protection against corrosion. Paints, varnishes, and lacquers for industry, handicrafts, and the arts, as well as dyes for clothes and colourants for foods and beverages, are specifically included in this class.
Unprocessed artificial resins (Class 1), laundry blueing (Class 3), cosmetic dyes (Class 3), paint boxes (items for use in schools) (Class 16), and insulating paints and varnishes (Class 2) are prohibited from being categorised under Class 2. (Class 17).
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