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Rust-Oleum CHALKED Ultra Matte Paint:
- Easy Application
- Superior Coverage
- Dries To A Chalky Smooth Finish
- Easily Distressed To Create A Vintage Look
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2.62 x 2.62 x 7.88 Inches
Customer reviews & ratings
Couldn't be more impressed.
Bought two cans. The can said, and I'm paraphrasing, "only one coat needed." I was very surprised by how true that was. The consistency is very thick and chalks up in minutes, although it does take the standard amount of time to dry. Only one pass-over is needed for sure. Regarding the finish, it is of course very, very matte. It looks great although on touch it can be kind of weird. For table/dresser tops I recommend doing that part with a smoother finish, especially if it's a surface where you are going to be shifting contents around a lot. If you re looking for a matte finish, I highly recommend this. It's so thick and the coverage is so great that it's very easy for beginners to just pick up a can and spray and have great results.
Colors are NOT accurate to the picture on the can! MUCH lighter in reality! This gray was more like an off white. You could barely see a hint of gray. Very thin, watery paint. Took many coats. Paint dried quickly and looked nice when finished. I did a distressed look with steel wool and it surprisingly took a lot of scratching to remove any paint, so that is good.
Has horrible coverage. You can barely see your first coat. Would not buy again
Do not recommend
Absolutely terrible. Buy regular chalked paint.
Looks Like Regular Spray Paint
This is the first time I used chalk paint in a spray can, and it's horrible! The first coat hardly even covered and looks like regular spray paint. Buy regular chalk paint and save yourself time and $$$!
This was not great. I thought it would save me some time and money on a nightstand project but I wasn't even able to paint a second coat on a small drawer before it ran out. And on top of that the paint is so thin that the first coat was barely visible. I ended up buying a pint of chalk paint and only used a tiny fraction to cover the whole thing, including the drawer that was partially painted by this expensive spray paint. Would not recommend.
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