- Pureco Chalk Finish Paint is a velvety smooth, matte, self-leveling true chalk paint.
- Australian Made & Owned, Eco Friendly, VOC Free
- Water-based & Water Clean Up
- Easy to use and can be applied to a wide range of surfaces including wood, metal, glass, ceramic, plastic, and even fabric
- The paint can be applied with a brush, roller, or sprayed. If spraying, thin with water, as necessary. Our product can be thinned by up to 30%.
- Quick-drying time 30 min – 1hr, re-coat in 2 hours
- High coverage, in most cases 2 coats is all you need. Covers approximately 13 square meters per 1L. 200ml will cover approx. 2-3 square meters and 600ml will cover approx. 7-8 square meters in normal conditions.
- Compatible with the complete range of Pureco products
- Drying Times Touch: 30 Minutes(at 25 °C) ; Re-coat: 4 Hours(at 25 °C).
How To Use -
Sand flaking paint off, lightly scuff shiny surfaces to promote adhesion and clean your piece.
Paint away - and finish with a glaze, wax or sealer.
Always do a test patch to see if this product is right for your project.
Apply a coat with a broad brush, spray or roller. If spraying, thin with water as necessary. Our product can be thinned up to 30%.
Allow your first coat to dry thoroughly before applying your next coat.
For a smooth finish, use a smooth flat brush in long smooth strokes and water mister, you can sand lightly in between coats for a super smooth finish also use our liquid wax or hemp oil with wet & dry sandpaper to finish as a sealer.
For a textured rustic look, use criss cross brush strokes with a round or oval brush to give your piece added interest, any of our sealers can be used. In some cases, you may find some substrates may have tannin bleed-through. Should this happen, use our base & blocker to prevent further staining.
Chalk Paint is porous so it 100% needs to be sealed. Seal with either our Beeswax Polishes, Liquid Wax, Hemp oil or any of our Sealers.
200ml will cover approx 2-3 square metres (ie. 2 small bedsides) and 600ml will cover approx 7-8 square metres in normal conditions. This will definitely depend on the colour choice, whites will require more coats hence cover less square metres.