TRADE - Evelyn Grant Chalky Finish Furniture Paint

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Size: 5L
Color: Black
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Description

Evelyn Grant Chalky Finish Furniture Paint provides a vintage chalky matt finish. Paint is formulated to be used directly onto bare or painted furniture. Evelyn Grant Chalky Finish Furniture Paint is easy to work with and need little preparation. Leaves a wipeable finish that can be treated with wax after application. The product is water-based and has a low VOC level and virtually no odour.

 

 



Whats the Coverage?

This product approximately covers 12-16 per 1 coat,  6 - 8 per litre per 2 coats.  Depending on the colour and porosity of the surface.

Can be used in all homes and commercial properties including Residential, Spas, Gyms, Schools, Universities, Hospitals and many more. 

 

Drying Time: (Note: drying times, depends on the climate conditions when painting)

Touch Dry: 2 h

Re-coatable: 4 h

IMPORTANT: Ensure you have enough paint in one batch, if you are using more than one container please ensure you mix the two containers in a single bucket to ensure colour consistency. (Due to batch variations)

Depending on the surface and the colour being painted 1 or more coats may be required. Allow 4- 6 hours in-between coats. The product is easy to apply - brush, roller or spray. 

 

Reading the following information below will help you understand how to paint & Prepare all surfaces like a pro.


SURFACE PREPARATION - BEFORE APPLICATION: 🏡 

Whether you’re painting your Interior, Exterior or furniture. The surface preparation remains the same.

To get the best adhesion & results from Evelyn Grant Paint, you need to get your surface ready in 3 Short Steps.  

It's critical to achieve perfect results.

Step 1):

If your painting on pre-painted surfaces, Ensure your surfaces are dry, & have been cleaned and if there's any rough patches surfaces must be repaired and sanded. 

(If your painting on fresh plaster please apply a base-coat or a primer before painting, thinning this paint with 50% water will allow a thin layer to be used as a base/mist coat) (use primer on wood & metal surfaces.)

Step 2):

Ensure your wall cracks are filled and repaired to minimise risk of damp.

Step 3):

Ensure your wall or surface is fully dried, dust-free, and condensation-free with no flaking paints.

(NOTE: MOULD, Condensation and Damp problems only grow back when the root issue of the problem is not solved. Mainly caused by bad ventilation & water ingress)

Heres Quick, Full guide for homeowners & painters like you on how prepare your surfaces like a pro, in no time…  Click Here

https://www.paintoutlet.co.uk/pages/surface-preparation

 

HOW TO USE YOUR PAINT: 🎨

Once your surface is prepared, you're ready to paint!

Very Easy-to-Apply: You can use Brush, Roller or Airless Sprayer on all Interior and Exterior walls & rooms, including all concrete surfaces such as slabs, block paving, tarmac and all brick and masonry surfaces.

(NOTE: All surfaces must be clean, dry and free from grease/dirt before painting.)

 

Common Questions:

Should i use a primer before painting?

Use primer if required and this should be used on most unpainted surfaces. OR If you are going to paint on absorbent surfaces like fresh plaster, bricks, stone and or concrete surfaces, you can make a mist coat by mixing your first coat with 50% water. 

Can i use this on Wood or metal?

(This product is also suitable to be used on wood (wood surfaces must be sanded for a smooth finish) & metal surfaces and Furniture with a good quality primer OR HQC universal primer.)

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