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Rust-Oleum Chalk white Chalky Matt Furniture paint 2.5L

£32
£12.80 per L
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Product Details

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 with a brush or roller and leave for 1 hour to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers 14m² per litre on average.

    Features and Benefits

    • Renovates & transforms furniture
    • Smooth touch, flat matt finish
    • Can be used directly onto most surfaces, without sanding or priming
    • Easy to create a distressed, "shabby chic" look
    • Highly concentrated - a little goes a long way

    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.

    Technical Specifications

    BrandRust-Oleum
    ApplicationBrush or roller
    Colour descriptionChalk white
    FinishChalky
    Coverage14m² per litre
    Drying time1 hour
    Recoat time4 hours
    Touch dry time1 hour
    WashableWashable
    Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
    VOC descriptionHigh
    Litre capacity (L)2.5L
    Paint typePaint
    Colour groupWhite
    Product code5013296034050

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    2.8 / 5(5 reviews)

    Great furniture paint

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    Char char - 9 months ago

    I bought the smaller tub of chalk paint and then got the the large as you get more for your money. As I’m doing a lot of furniture. I add a very little water as it’s very thick but being thick is better coverage. I just add a very tiny bit to every bit I pour. But great and will buy again.

    White is NOT white!

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    MomnotMum - 1 year ago

    Bought to revamp melamine drawers as the white melamine had gone yellow over time. Bought the "Chalk White" but guess what? It's NOT white! Its cream! If I wanted cream, I would have bought cream! Taking it back tomorrow as it is not the colour that it states on the tin. Shame as I was looking forward to trying this, despite the other bad reviews, as the good reviews were very promising. Oh well, back to looking for a white that is actually WHITE.

    New experience!

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    Linda in London - 1 year ago

    'Chalk' painting is different to other applications and finishes. I painted a much-loved solid-pine 3-door wardrobe and its now 'shabby-chic' look has completely brought it new life. It took 2, in places, 3 coats to totally lose the pine colour. More than enough paint in this sized tin, I might rejuvenate some other furniture next!

    Not Suitable For An Even Flat White Finish

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    ggLondon - 1 year ago

    This paint is not suitable to paint onto wood if you require an even, flat white finish. The conventional method is quicker and cheaper. I had to buy FOUR large cans of this paint to get the minimum effect and still there are patchy areas. A previous reviewer cited five coats. I concur, may be more.

    Not great

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    johnnyblue2 - 2 years ago

    I didnt like this at all. It's quite thin but dries very quickly so it's difficult to use on anything but a flat horizontal surface as if you try to smooth out any drips within a couple of minutes it just smears. It also shows up the brush strokes, which is a problem if what you're painting isn't linear. I painted a freestanding cupboard which had a curved inlay pattern on the doors, which made it impossible to to just follow the grain. It was a similar problem where the top overhung the sides slightly. It was less of a problem on a small side table with broad, straight legs. However, both were painted a dark colour before and despite being sanded down quite heavily still required 3 - 4 coats. I wouldn't recommend this for any furniture that has conflicting grains or an intricate design.