Painting furniture with chalk paint – Chalk paint is different. It’s not just about painting with chalk. It’s not slate paint. It is not done by adding Paris plaster or nozzle or even baking soda to an existing paint. Chalk Paint is the unique decorative painting that Annie Sloan developed for furniture, floors and walls. Drawing on a lifetime of research and experience in working with paint and color. Chalk Paint adheres to most surfaces and creates great results quickly and easily. Use it to restore furniture with a textured finish, an anguished finish, a contemporary soft finish or even as a wash.
The new everlong paint company sells chalk paints that are safe for toys, do not contain harsh chemicals and are environmentally friendly. The painting furniture with chalk paint acts as a self-priming and adheres to almost any surface, inside and outside, so there is no need to sand. It is also non-toxic and practically free of odors due to its low VOC content, which makes it ideal for allergic people and families with small children.
This painting furniture with chalk paint has been specifically designed to be used on bare. Or painted wood or on any properly primed rigid surface such as plaster, bricks, metal, glass and plastic. Apply simply two hands, with brush or roller, in contrasting colors and let dry. Then scrape lightly with damp sandpaper or a stainless steel scouring pad make sure it goes with the grain of the wood. For best results, make sure the surface is clean and free of wax or oil.