Seashell - Chalk Finish
Seashell - Chalk Finish

Seashell - Chalk Finish


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Matte, velvety, self-levelling. The perfect choice for vintage shabby chic, distressed & rustic textured looks.
How To Use -

Clean substrate, sand flaking paint off, lightly scuff shiny surfaces to promote adhesion.

Paint, glaze, wax or seal.

 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.

Seal with either our Beeswax Polishes, Liquid Wax, Hemp oil or any of our Sealers.

Details Our Paint Ranges
Sizes600ml, 200ml, 50ml
PrimerBase & Blocker is recommended under our Silk Range.
Our Chalk Range needs no primer unless you think light bleed through (tannin showing).
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BasesOur Paints come made on 3 different bases depending on colour intensity -
**Clear base - will need an extra coat for full opaque finish
*Light base - may need an extra coat for full opaque finish 
White base - will give full opaque finish in 2 coats depending on individual techniques this extcludes our Snow (our pure white)
SealersWe make 4 Sealers, Liquid Wax, 12 Glazes and 7 waxes.
All will seal our Chalk Range beautifully. 
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Drying Times Drying times will vary dependant on climate. Humidity will increase cure time.
Most products will be fully cured between 7-21 days.
Cured is when every drop of liquid is thoroughly evaporated and only the coating is left.
Coverage 200ml will cover approx 2-3 square metres and 600ml will cover approx 7-8 square metres in normal conditions. This will definately depend on the colour choice, whites will require more coats hence cover less square metres.
This will definitely depend on the colour choice, whites will require more coats hence cover less square metres.