CHALK PAINT (R) by Annie Sloan - Graphite (Quart - 32oz) – Decorative paint for furniture, cabinets, floors, home decor and accessories – Water-based – Non-toxic – Matte finish
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- The Original. Unrivaled since 1990. Best way to DIY your furniture, cabinets, accessories, floors, walls, and more. Minimal prep- No Priming or Sanding. Excellent adhesion on a variety of surfaces, such as wood, metal, concrete, laminate
- Non-toxic, water-based paint with superior coverage (~150 sq ft per quart) and easy clean-up. Quick drying to an ultra-matte velvety finish.
- 36 premixed colors or mix colors for endless possibilities. Create washed, smooth, or textured finishes. Layer colors or distress for a vintage look.
- When using for indoor projects, recommended to finish with Chalk Paint® Wax.
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Over 25 years ago, Annie Sloan invented Chalk Paint® to give people a simple way to get creative. It's the quick and easy way to get colorful or keep it simple. So why not try something new, or refresh something old? Create something individual with the Original. Annie Sloan products have been designed to work with each other. A portion of every online sale is given to Annie Sloan Stockists, a network of carefully selected independent retailers that are hand-picked for their individual styles. Visit an Annie Sloan Stockist for future purchases, hands-on workshops, and up-to-date practical advice on paint techniques and color. http://www.unfolded.com/find-stockist/
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Adding an addendum to my review. I still love the Annie Sloan paint, but I have to say, when I ran out (the cans are small and jars even smaller) I went to my local do it yourself store (closest Annie Sloan Stockist is a bit far and was closed) I found that the Rust-Oleum "Chalked" paint was just as good and quite a bit cheaper. I started my project with the AS and ended with rustoleum and couldn't even tell the difference.
I used Graphite on my old oak dining room table. Pre-Annie Sloan, it looked like it came out of the Southwestern 90's decor era. Now it's appears as a custom, eclectic/industrial farmhouse piece that I purposely bought for my decor. Once applied, the color turned out as a dark charcoal grey with just a hint of navy blue undertone (the blue is mostly visible in natural light). I used 2 coats on the chairs and table base. I consideration of the high use, I opted for 3 coats on the table top. I finished it off with Annie Sloan Clear Wax. (Use the Dark Wax if you're going for a patina effect.) Also, I don't care for the distressed look so I skipped the distressing process (which is done by roughing up with edges with fine grit sandpaper), but it's the ideal paint if that's what you're hoping to achieve.
Yes, this paint is rather expensive but it's soooo worth the extra cost. You may achieve a similar effect by adding plaster of Paris into latex paint, or by using some "Chalk Paint," but it's not going to look or work as well as Annie Sloan.
Note: I'm NOT an experienced furniture painter but I still managed to have success with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. It's super forgiving and easy to work with. I didn't buy the Annie Sloan Chalk Brush but I hear it's worth the investment if you're a serious furniture painter.