- One Step need light sanding if the original finish is high gloss, oiled or has a slick surface. If don’t want to sand then use New Surface for best results. If piece is raw wood you can apply without any prep.
- Clean piece with soap and water and let dry.
- Can be applied to most surfaces .
- Apply 1 to 3 even coats (Red & Pink may take a few more applications).
- VERY IMPORTANT! Let the paint dry 4-6 hours between coats.
- Following the grain of the wood, use consistent brush strokes from one end to the other.
- Clean any drips from edges.
- To ensure a smooth finish, ensure nothing rubs against or scratches the paint for 20 days for a full cure.
- If choosing to distress you can ONLY dry sand.
- Glazes can be applied before or after distressing if desired.
- Oil based with soap and water clean up.
- For use on high traffic areas such as front doors, kitchen cupboards,
or tables, our Liquid Wax.
- Low VOC’s
- No odor
- Won’t mold
- Thick self-levelling coats
Best Brushes to use:
- Our Restore Synthetic Brushes are best for One Step.
- 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, roller or chalk sprayer.
- Water based soap and water clean up.