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Rust-Oleum Chalk white Chalky effect Matt Furniture paint, 0.75L
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Rust-Oleum Chalk white Chalky effect Matt Furniture paint, 0.75L

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£18.67 per L

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Product information

This Chalk white matt furniture paint has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting chalky finish on a range of surfaces. Simply apply 1 coat with a brush and leave for 1 hour to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection.

  • Ensure surface is clean & free from wax or oil. If wax has been used clean the surface thoroughly with white spirit. We recommend that bare wood should be sanded before painting.

Features and benefits

  • Highly concentrated - Exceptional coverage in one coat
  • No priming or sanding necessary, works great over old paint and varnish
  • Protect the paint effect with Rust-Oleum Furniture Finishing wax
  • Control air pollutants by choosing products with lower solvent levels.
  • Highly concentrated - Exceptional coverage in one coat

Health and safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Specifications

Application methodBrush
BaseWater-based
BrandRust-Oleum
ColourChalk white
Drying time1 h
EffectChalky effect
FinishMatt
LocationInterior
Product typeFurniture paint
Suitable forBrick, metal, plaster, plastic, stone & wood
Suitable surfaceMulti-surface
VOC levelMinimal
Volume750ml
Product code5013296031066

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2.65 / 5(52 reviews)

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Drizzle - 2 months ago

Having bought clotted cream, (paint on) I thought best to do a couple of samples first. The colour label on the tin is vastly different from the colour of the paint. It’s closer to white than even say a magnolia....wasting people’s time.

Fantastic paint

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Tes B - 4 months ago

I’ve used this for several projects but there are a few things you need to know about chalk paint. 1: it thickens so add a little water to get it to correct consistency. 2: shake and stir very well as the chalk settle. 3: it dries quickly so work fast. 4: will need a few coats but as it dries so quickly that’s not a problem. 5: paint thin coats and don’t overload the brush/roller. 6: finish with a protective coat of wax or spray or it may chip easily. fantastic and easy painting so I would highly recommend. Side note: not all chalk paints are equal. This is a good one.

Great stuff!

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Davidson25 - 4 months ago

For those with negative reviews, they’ve missed the point. Used these paints a lot for furniture- sand back the wooden piece.. mix and paint.. sand back paint a little.. use finishing wax...

Terrible - Avoid at all cost.

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Sarah2811 - 8 months ago

I used the rust-oleum spray paint on my fire and thought highly of the product so decided to use the chalk paint of the same brand. How wrong I was. The paint is claggy and begins drying way too quickly, leaving you constantly trying to drag the paint brush through that what you have already put on. When it dried I thought it may be better with a second coat but it is simply terrible and gets worse. It shows up every possible mark and leaves indentations of the beginning of where brush strokes begin. To say I am unhappy with this product is an understatement. In actual fact I am FUMING as I am now going to have to sand it all off and try an alternative which will increase cost. AVOID!!!

This product is good... but

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JeanieBu - 9 months ago

You have to understand how chalk paint works. It isn't like any other paint and if it isn't going on well and it's dragging, it is because it is too thick and needs diluting down a little.
Give the can a big shake as the 'chalk' settles at the bottom. It need really stirring up and then I always add a little water. The paint should be about the same consistency as double cream. Try and avoid getting paint around the rim of the can as this will harden and cause bits to float in the can. As you are painting and air gets to the paint - it will thicken, as appropriate, add a little more water and stir.
I find using sponge rollers the best way to cover large surface areas, using a good quality bristle brush for fiddlier parts. It looks quite shocking at first, because white especially, needs quite a few coats. I would recommend a practice run on something small if it is your first time using chalk paint as it really is an art... or using a darker colour like grey, as this will cover better with fewer coats.
I have used Rustoleum lots of times and it works just a well as any other and is great value for money.

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