Although the no-sanding-no-priming trend has become synonymous with chalk-type paints, there are always exceptions to that rule—especially while dealing with the problems that are prevalent when painting vintage furniture.
For that reason, we have a Clear Primer. Many consumers look to distress their paint to create a vintage look. Clear Primer dries clear, so that you can still see the desired wood tones under your newly painted piece when distressing. Clear Primer will block stains, bleeding tannins, and other problems vintage furniture has. It offers improved adhesion, and it is low-odor/low VOC.
Clear Coat is an American-made finish that seals the chalk and clay paint and dries to a matte finish. It is ultra-low VOC, low-odor, non-yellowing, and fast-drying. It has excellent water and chemical resistance, so you can confidently protect your repurposed, vintage finds. It may be used on painted or raw wood surfaces.
A dry powder product to add to our paint to create crusty texture, layers of age, and vintage texture.