wat paint is tat ?
sheik
March 13, 2012 in Photo Questions
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Benedict August
Hudson Paint's Ink Pad Chalkboard Paint
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Patrick A. Finn, Ltd
We are considering applying that to a new job, 2 locations are on drywall, 1 on a door panel. Does it wash off easy without damaging the chalkboard paint itself? How are you liking it? Is it being used often for writing on, or just for 'looks'?

Thanks for your time. :)
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Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
I love this application! I just did a wall in my own home and have been madly changing it's personality on a daily basis. I used Rustoleum Chalkboard paint and applied 3 coats with a 1/4" nap roller. It's key that the wall be very smooth going in, so I skimmed the entire surface with spackle before painting. Read the can. It tells you how to prep before actually using it for writing. Key is letting it cure for 3 days.
1 Like   March 13, 2012 at 12:31PM
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Benedict August
This project was an older home so the walls are lathe and plaster. The chalk does wipe off easily. At this point it hasn't been used often because it's a nursery but as the child grows our clients envision the walls getting regular use. Hope this helps :)
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sheik
hahaha....i was talking about the green paint on chest !!! wat was tat
1 Like   March 14, 2012 at 9:40AM
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Benedict August
The green paint is from Dunn Edwards. It's called DE5522 Palm Frond.
9 Likes   March 16, 2012 at 9:52AM
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Carole Nguyen
I redid a dresser and it does not shine like the dresser you have and is it suppose to kind of stick to the dresser because of the paint. I just gloss from Behr. The color I have I like

Can you help me how to get the nice professional look like the dresser.. any thoughts? Thi s is how the dresser looks.
2 Likes   October 15, 2012 at 5:57AM
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Benedict August
You can try using a clear non yellowing gloss topcoat such as a poly urethane or lacquer. Good luck!
1 Like   October 15, 2012 at 7:47AM
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Carole Nguyen
Thanks
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morgangilbert
I need to do that for my daughter, Morgans, room.
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morgangilbert
Oops! I meant Kammi! I don't know why I put my name!
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