Requires minimal to no prep work. Can be applied to just about any surface including wood, metal, glass, tile and fabric. If the original piece is finished in a high gloss or is oiled use New Surface for best results. Clean piece with soap and water and let dry before beginning.
1. Paint two even coats, allow 30-35 minutes dry time between coats.
2. Following the grain of the wood, use consistent brush strokes from one end to the other.
3. Clean any drips from edges.
4. Avoid going back over an area after two plus minutes as the paint will become tacky.
- If choosing to distress you can either wet or dry sand.
- Glazes can be applied before or after distressing.
- Original Plaster Paint must be sealed.
- Choose from one of our sealants to complete your project.
- Use a water based soap to help your brushes last longer.
Best brushes to use
- If your looking for a vintage look with brush strokes use a synthetic brush or chip style brush. If you want a clean looking finish use a natural bristle brush or roller.
- Low VOC’s
- No odor
- Will not mold
- Can distress, layer and mix paint colors (Original Plaster Paint) together.
- Thick self-levelling coats