Kostenlosefilme Rust-Oleum Chalky Finish Furniture Paint - Duck Egg - 750ml:Kostenlosefilme
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Rust-Oleum Chalky Finish Furniture Paint - Duck Egg - 750ml:Kostenlosefilme

Rustoleum
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Rustoleum Published in September 23, 2018, 1:06 pm
 Rust-Oleum Chalky Finish Furniture Paint - Duck Egg - 750ml:Kostenlosefilme

Rust-Oleum Chalky Finish Furniture Paint - Duck Egg - 750ml:Kostenlosefilme

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SJ
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SJ Reply to on 7 June 2016
I absolutely love this paint. It can be watered down to your requirements. It is easy to use and has transformed my old pine units, nest of tables, dining table, glass coffee jars, coasters, rolling pins, chairs and coffee table.
wildnwindyskye
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wildnwindyskye Reply to on 14 March 2018
This is the first time I've used chalk paint - but hopefully it won't be the last. I've been so please with the results, I find myself looking at old furniture and wondering what I can paint next.

Fabulous stuff and so easy to apply, I tried the special paint brush but really didn't like it, a regular brush worked fine. I also didn't like the wax so bought some polyurethane, tough, matt varnish which worked like a treat. See the photo's for the transformation!
sharvey
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sharvey Reply to on 29 October 2015
Decided to paint waxed pine wardrobes and this paint is fantastic - 2 coats and excellent coverage and a terrific transformation of 'orangey' looking pine bedroom furniture.
Redked
5#
Redked Reply to on 16 March 2018
Brilliant paint. I am so impressed with this. Brought to renovate an old yellowing stone fireplace at a rental property. Didn't need any priming or undercoat. I did have to water it down as I tried to put it on straight from the tin but it was too thick and didn't go on smoothly until it was watered down. I put 1 part water to 3 parts paint as it was just a bit too thick on its own. Once watered down, it went on smoothly and streak free. Did 2 coats and the fireplace looks like new. Goes a long way as well; I still have half the tin left and it was a fairly large fireplace (see photos)
TParts
6#
TParts Reply to on 5 April 2018
Great coverage. I’ve painted two chest of drawers a wardrobe a vanity unit and two bedside cabinets all with 3/4 of a tin. My only gripe is it drys very quickly and when I was trying to even out brush strokes it was grabbing the brush and creating bits that stick to the paint. I discovered that if I used a dry brush it removed the bits.
Alexa
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Alexa Reply to on 5 September 2017
Very chalky! Slightly lighter colour than expected but fine for me I would suggest going for the graphite colour if you want it darker. Dries very quickly as you put it on reminds me of nail varnish but I really like the finish. It has revived an old chair so I'm happy :) (my photos show it slightly slatey grey but its not that much)
S Fox
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S Fox Reply to on 14 August 2018
I used to use Scandinavian chalk paints before and always had great result. Now we moved to the Uk and there are not that many options in the market so I tried Rust Oleum plus the clear lacquer.
Paint is too thick. The first coat was ok. but Needed the second one. That one wasn't great. Some bits became very rough, not smooth as the paint was just getting thicker very quickly. Left it dry over the night and applied the protective lacquer, which was even worse as it left white marks all over the paint. Luckily it was an old small wardrobe and it's just going out.
Not happy with the brand at all.
Laura mclean
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Laura mclean Reply to on 31 May 2018
This chalk paint is by far my favourite. Where others are too thin and others too chalky, this is like the Goldilocks of furniture paint for me.

I painted this chair with this colour, using a mixture of 70/30 water to paint for first coat, sand, 50/50 second coat and sand, then 70/30 paint to water for third coat, sand and then 1 coat of clear wax and then 1 coat of antique dark wax to turn a light fabric checked chair into this almost black Matt leather effect chair.
Deborah
10#
Deborah Reply to on 12 July 2018
I’ve ordered two tins of this graphite paint (from the same seller) and they were very different.
The first tin had separated a lot and to took awhile to mix it throughly. It arrived just a tin in a box.
The second tin arrived with the lid fastened down in a bag in a box and then in the Amazon packaging. The paint itself was smooth and hardly needed stirring.

I’m assuming the second tin was new stock. But both worked.

I’ve used it on a vase, to give an old mirror a distressed look I’ve painted two doors with it as well and given an old pine unit a new lease of life.
Jill
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Jill Reply to on 5 February 2017
I found this paint quite hard work. It was extremely thick and despite this, needed at least three coats. I had to keep watering it down. I have used Shabby Chic paint before which was easier to apply and much more stable.
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