Baker-Miller pink

Baker-Miller Pink, also known as P-618, Schauss Pink or Drunk-Tank Pink, is a shade of pink that has been shown to temporarily reduce hostile, violent or aggressive behavior. It was originally made by mixing 1 US gallon (3.8 L) of pure white interior latex paint with 1 liter (0.47 L) of red semigloss exterior paint. Alexander Schauss did extensive research on the effect of color on emotion at the Seattle Naval Correctional Center and named it after the institution’s directors, Baker and Miller.