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Chalk White Rocking Chair  - Chalky Furniture Paint

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Chalky Furniture Paint

A no-prime, smooth touch, flat matt finish paint to bring a new lease of life to tired, worn out furniture


125ml from £5.50  (INCL. VAT)
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Chalky Finish Furniture Paint is ideal for updating furniture without the hassle of sanding or priming before application. The paint leaves a lovely flat matt finish, which can be sanded down to show the surface underneath, giving a distressed finish if desired. The beauty of this paint is that it can be used directly onto most surfaces – you don’t need to prime, sand or prepare it in any way.

  • Water based and virtually odourless
  • Smooth, chalky matt finish
  • Exceptional coverage
  • No priming or sanding necessary on most surfaces
  • Works over old paint and varnish
  • Create a distressed look by applying two coats in contrasting colours then sanding when dry

  • To protect your painted finish and to ensure the paint finish is water-repellent and seals against stains and marks, use Rust-oleum Furniture Finishing Wax.

    Coverage is approximately 10.5m² per 750ml tin. Coverage is dependent on the kind of surface being painted and should be used as a guide only.

    We have made every effort to display the colours of the products as accurately as electronic media will allow. However, if colour is imperative to the finished job please contact us for a hand painted sample.

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    Technical Specs
    Appearance smooth,chalky matt finish
    Primer Required no
    Usage - indoor / outdoor indoor & outdoor
    Usage - Suitable for most furniture
    Usage - Properties water based, virtually odourless, can be applied directly onto most surfaces
    Usage - Surfaces wood (bare or painted), brick, stone, plaster, any suitably primed rigid surface (metal,plastic etc.)
    Coverage 10.5m² per 750ml tin
    Application - Drying time (hours) touch dry in 1 hour, handle after 4 hours, second coat can be applied after 4 hours
    Application - Recommended Coats 1
    Preparation & Application
    Prepare it
    Simply wipe down your furniture and dry it thoroughly, before applying a coat of the paint on top of existing paint or varnish. If your furniture has any tough stains such as nicotine, water marks, smoke, ink, rust and felt tip pen, we strongly recommend applying a coat of Block It, to prevent any staining from seeping through to the finished coating.

    Apply it
    Ensure the paint is stirred well. Wipe down the surface to be painted to remove dust and dirt. Apply by brush using even strokes. If you want a solid finish, you will probably need 2 or 3 coats, but for a finish that you want to distress and sand back you will need fewer.

    Clean it
    Brushes can be easily cleaned with water.

    Tip: If you find the paint too thick, you can add water to gain the desired consistency – a thicker paint will give a more textured finish, whilst the thinner the paint, the smoother the end result. It’s up to you!
    If you want to achieve a distressed finish on your piece of furniture, apply 2 coats of the base colour, and one coat of the top colour. Once the paint has dried, use a fine grade sandpaper (Wet & Dry sandpaper works exceptionally well) and lightly sand down on the areas that you want to see the base colour. Ensure you take a step back every now and then to check that you are getting the best possible finish. If you find that you remove too much paint and aren’t happy with the finish, simply pop another coat of the top coat over the affected areas, leave to dry, and then sand again until the desired finish is achieved.
    Once you are happy with the finish, apply a generous coating of the wax over the paint. Leave this to dry for 10 minutes and then buff to a light sheen with a soft, lint free cloth.

    Quick Overview

    A no-prime, smooth touch, flat matt finish paint to bring a new lease of life to tired, worn out furniture

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