Chalk Synthesis Paint
Our Chalk Synthesis paint adheres to stained, painted, or wood furniture, metal, glass, fabric, and more. You will appreciate its ease of application and superior coverage. Available in various brilliant colors that can be used for a number of different paint techniques.
• Clay based mineral paint
• Super saturated, highly pigmented colors
• Zero VOC’s & No Crystalline Silicates
• If spraying, thin with water according to sprayer directions
• 30-day cure time
• Topcoat Required
• Available in Pints, Quarts, and Gallons. A pint (16oz by volume) covers approximately 80sq feet & Quart (32oz by volume) covers approximately 160sq feet.
One Hour Enamel Paint
An incredibly tough fast dry acrylic enamel for interior and exterior use on surfaces that require quick return to service and an abrasion resistant finish. With its’ quick dry, sand and re-coat times, ONE HOUR ENAMEL helps you get the job done faster than conventional acrylic finishes. This paint puts cabinets, doors, and windows back in service much quicker than with competitive acrylic finishes. • 90% cured in One Hour after paint is fully dry. Fully cured in 14 days. • Self-levels with a Satin Finish
• Built-in topcoat that dries to a stone-hard finish
• Very Low VOC’s—these dissipate quickly with rapid dry time
• Available in Quarts and Gallons. Coverage per Gallon is approximately 400 square feet.
• Do not use Wax over Enamel
• Recommended recoat time is 2 hours
• Recommend: Wise Owl Primer before use for superior adhesion
• Recommended roller: microfiber 3/16 inch
• If spraying, you may thin with water if needed but not more than 10%
• If using Glaze over Enamel, no need to use Varnish first. Apply glaze right over Enamel. Must seal the glaze with Varnish or Clear OHE.
• Do not overwork. Lay down enough paint so that it has enough product to self-level but avoid drips.
• If using Enamel on a floor or countertop, SATIN OHE Clear is recommended as a top coat if you are painting a light color, if it is in a high traffic area, or if it is in a place that will see heavy moisture/spills such as kitchens and baths.
• Do NOT use clear shellac as a primer with One Hour Enamel! It will cause the paint to crackle