Chalk Paint For Outdoor Furniture
The white paint will eventually yellow to some degree (most white paints end up yellowing with time), it the chalk paint isn't sealed it will eventually fade and wear away. Waxing is a No, for outdoors. You can use a polycrylic as a top coat. You could also use a white paint with a built-in sealer (I like Pure & Original). Hope this helps! Reply
Choosing which paint to use was the easy part. Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan is incredible paint. Besides creating luxurious finishes on furniture and cabinetry- it performs hard core for uses outside of your home. The important thing to keep in mind though, is that although Chalk Paint® is amazing, it is not a miracle!
Chalk paint is acrylic, water, and plaster of paris. Thus it will need a sealant on top to protect. I would clean the old cement of any peel, then apply the chalk paint. Remember to wait a day before applying the next layer(s). You will then apply a wax sealant on top after the paint dries.
Painting Outdoor Furniture with Chalk Paint® Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. With Spring in the air, I was inspired to paint a few outdoor items around the shop such as the front door, shutters and a metal bench.
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Chalk paint can be used to paint almost anything — walls, kitchen cabinets, metal, wood, and even fabric — but the most common use is to give new life to old furniture or to make newer pieces look old. The great thing about chalk paint is that there isn't a huge learning curve or a […]