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I applied at least 6 thin coats, and the table still scratches easily. I’m excited to try it and will update this post once I do! This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.
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\u00a9 2021 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. "I'd also recommend using at least two coats of chalkboard paint, letting each dry in between coats." Oh this is so good to hear! - Diydecor.Site, What Paint to Use on a Dresser - A Ray of Sunlight, gives a beautiful, unmatched sheen and lustre, paint can be added for a variety of color options, takes a bit of “elbow grease” to apply and buff, needs touch ups and repeat applications over time, can not be repainted over, except with more Chalk Paint, multiple finish options, shiny to matte and even flat, paint color can be added to create an array of finished looks, even though it’s water based, it can yellow over time changing the color of your paint, stains can sometimes appear in the underlying Chalk Paint, brush strokes are possible, if using a brush, similar to apply as poly but a brush or rag can be used, glazes are usually colored, (white, brown, black, etc) so the color of the glaze will affect the final finish color, can add extra coats for more sheen, durability, doesn’t have the same smooth, finished  “feel” as wax and poly, the color of the oil can impart color onto your painted piece, the jury is still out on whether this yellows over time. So keep that in mind if you are a Milk Paint lover. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/4\/4e\/Seal-Chalk-Paint-Step-1.jpg\/v4-460px-Seal-Chalk-Paint-Step-1.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/4\/4e\/Seal-Chalk-Paint-Step-1.jpg\/aid11647626-v4-728px-Seal-Chalk-Paint-Step-1.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"

\u00a9 2021 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. As for downsides, they are susceptible to stains and usually require more than one layer to seal the paint completely. The Flat Out Flat is really surprising to me though. Hi Nancy, thanks this post! All tip submissions are carefully reviewed before being published, This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. I get asked constantly if it's necessary to seal a chalk painted piece, what is the best product to use, what's the difference between poly and wax and when should each be used. Don't Miss a Thing!! xo, Aw, yay!! Another one I can recommend (but have not had the chance to use yet) is Dixie Belle’s Clear Coat Flat. I am using the Chalk-Tique light wax from Amazon. How do you seal chalk painted furniture for a durable finish? I mean, how fun is it to try something new when you’ve been using the same ole, same ole for years? (but similar) Also, you can do a search for “weathered wood” here on the blog to find more projects I’ve done with similar techniques. I didn’t on these because I just wanted to show give the gist of the finishes. But I do know some manufacturers’ idea of “matte” and “satin” are not the same across the board. Oils work well with Milk Paint but they can also be used with Chalk Paint. How can I get the wax look and still have a tough poly coat to protect it? There are two types of chalkboard paint, and you may choose to use whichever you prefer. You could lightly sand and go over with another coat of chalk paint also, then the new sealer. Apply the chalkboard paint to the primed surface. No matter which fixative you choose, spray it on in fine coats, following directions on the can. This image is not<\/b> licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. I am using as light a touch as possible, I have tried using a lint free cloth and a soft bristle brush. So happy to hear this Mary! If you really can’t stand to see another ad again, then please consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. A thin layer is all you need. If you are using a spray-on chalkboard paint, make sure that you are in a well-ventilated area. I’m working on getting back into my “back to basics” series I started last year. No need to remove it all. Pros and Cons of Chalk Paint For Furniture, https://www.artsychicksrule.com/coastal-style-chalk-paint-makeover/, https://www.artsychicksrule.com/weathered-whitewash-finish-chalk-paint/, https://www.artsychicksrule.com/diy-weathered-love-signs/, https://www.artsychicksrule.com/grateful-thankful-blessed-diy-weathered-sign/, https://www.artsychicksrule.com/bath-cart-refresh/, The 5 Top Ways To Seal Chalk Paint (or Milk Paint!) Yes, they were RTA cabinets but we decided to get the already assembled and I am SO glad we did. Take a look at those as I did each of those a little differently. Good luck! I used High Performance Top Coat from General Finishes on these samples but any would be similar in effect. Say what? Our emails include an unsubscribe link and you may opt-out at any time. If you want a pristine finish with no darkening, wax is a better option. So I reread the posts and then bought the polycrylic clear matte (sanded in between the two sealers). Several things help with brush strokes and that’s have a good applicator…brush. Thank you Nancy! You’d have a mess. Isn’t it amazing how each top coat gives the paint a completely different look? According to the P&G website, chalkboard paint should dry for up to three days before you use it. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.
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\u00a9 2021 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. Avoid leaving heavy objects on the piece until the wax has entirely cured. Liza. Get a container of clear wax from the hardware store. If you're using a spray-on sealer, then work in a well-ventilated area. Use the brush to spread the poly sealer across the surface. But my issue is now with the wax. Paint in stencil with chalkboard markers. You can seal any chalk paint with water-based polyurethane, hemp oil or wax. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. However I realize wax is not the product to use for that table. We use cookies to make wikiHow great. Hi Nancy – this is such a helpful post! Thanks! I quickly, very quickly, decided to try poly instead. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.
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\u00a9 2021 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. If yes, did you assemble them yourself? Use the same touch-up process. I went on and finished, being super delicate and extra careful, but I still have an annoying bare wood look in places. Hmm, wasthe Behr paint you used “flat” paint? Thank you! xo. Let your chalkboard paint dry!! It is as solid as a rock. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.
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\n<\/p><\/div>"}, https://www.bobvila.com/articles/how-to-use-chalk-paint/#.WUBDLcbMy3U, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnMTAh2c0e0, https://www.bobvila.com/articles/how-to-apply-polyurethane-sealer/, consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. I don’t know that wax as I haven’t used it. I need to remember to pull them out (I always go for my old favorites). Water-based poly being the most durable of them all. Hi did you use the satin finsh on the polyvine? :). I’d been using wax mostly because I love the finished look… but I guess I’m getting lazy (and impatient..haha) so I’ve been alternating between Dixie Belle’s satin clear coat and Rustoleum’s matte clear coat. They all have pros and cons. If I wanted to try yet another sealer (the Dixie Belle one), should I sand off the coats of the others that I have applied? And finish with poly. Do you typically apply poly over glazes? Is there a link to it? This is a more durable finish and will give longer lasting protection to the paint and the item of furniture. Hi Susan, I think I have the satin and flat finishes but I have not used them that much yet. :) I’m telling you, wax is truly a beautiful and unmatched finish. I came across your site while wondering about a top coat. You can even tint regular seal coat and use it as a glaze. Wax is the most popular choice for sealing chalk paint. Ahhh bummer, I was afraid of that. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. Thank you for your reply. Something else you could try is taking a soft cloth and try buffing it a bit, which should help “set” the paint more. Hi Nancy, I am also not thrilled with it’s performance as a top coat on a table I did. Sealing chalk paint is the best way to protect it and make sure it lasts for years. ». So glad you like it! I applied two coats and a stencil and let it dry for four days. And have you tried buffing it?? A painted board is also a great addition to beach-themed room decor. And if you are careful in how you paint, use a good brush or roller, the light sanding you might do before finish should be just that, a light easy sanding. Chalkboard paint, even more than conventional paints, does not apply well if you attempt to lay down thick coats. Hope you have a wonderful weekend and happy painting! You'll then want to clean the wall—a soft cloth with a simple mix of soap and water should do the trick. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. xo. It’s perfect for a flat, not sealed “look” finish. With that, I would probably not recommend using it on a tabletop that gets daily use as I don’t think it will hold up quite as well as a shinier finish would. There are 2 methods for sealing chalk paint. Brush repeatedly as needed. I have been using it just for table tops since I have it. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.
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\u00a9 2021 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. Every time I walk past a bench I did, it looks like the yellow is spreading. My preference is in that order. 7 Apply a second coat of paint and let it dry. Thanks so much!! Hope that helps!! You can also buff out indentations that might happen if you left a heavy object on the piece before the wax cured completely. The 5 top ways to seal Chalk Paint (or Milk Paint too). It’s a love/hate relationship, for sure. I think I will have to order and see! I need to try it on a larger piece, I’ve only tried it on smaller items so far. I love the feel and look of wax above all. Work over a piece of cardboard or a sheet to prevent getting paint everywhere. Hey Vicki! I also don’t want to use anything that would prevent me from repainting them a few years later. xo. :). Get all the fun for less by making your own chalkboard paint. That might kind of make you wonder why this post on how to preserve chalkboard drawings is even necessary if the whole point of chalkboards is that you can erase them. :) xo. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.
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\u00a9 2021 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. Chalkboard paint turns any surface into a chalkboard, so you can add one to almost any room. more suited for outside items, weathered, etc. It’s tough to find a truly non yellowing poly sealer. I love history, health and just anything creative... “Artsy Chicks Rule® is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.”. What do you suggest or should I just go ahead and paint over with a satin or semi gloss? I don’t use wax for that look. :) Hope that helps!! So when I first heard about this Chalk Paint stuff, I had to try it out. Yay! I have used the poly vine for years and love it! Sadly, no, you should never really do that as the poly won’t adhere to the wax. Just a heads up for future users! You weren’t sure if Rustoleum Matte Clear yellows over time, well let me tell you, YES, it does. (I have more samples to use over here and want to try a few things), Of course I started out using wax to seal Chalk Paint because that is how I was told to do it. You need to use a separate brush for applying wax. Depending on what the piece will be used for, and your desired look, consider one of these chalk paint topcoat options. Check that the sealer is dry first. You can use spray polyacrylic (but not over where you’ve waxed…that’s the only issue there if you’ve already waxed) But those tend to yellow more than water-based poly so if you have a light color paint that is definitely a consideration too. The logic here is to rough up the surface of the glass, giving the chalkboard paint something textured to adhere to. It just depends on the look you are after, the durability you are after and the amount of work you’d like to put into it. Apply 2-3 layers of chalkboard paint allowing an hour dry time in between. Voilà…. So stay tuned! If it feels sticky, then wait another few hours for the first coat to dry more. The wax can take an additional week or two to cure entirely, but the piece you painted is usable after the wax dries. If any areas have a thicker layer, brush over the area to smooth it out. Using a top coat or sealer is a hot topic in the chalk paint world! Can I apply poly after applying the antiqued brown wax? You will definitely re-wet the paint with poly so that it comes up if you do that. Optimal coverage requires two or … So good to see the pro’s and con’s. It looks lovely, and being DIY ers, I can appreciate your hard work and effort. “Use chalk paint on furniture and walls if you are trying to achieve an antique type look,” says Lightner. What would you do? Never yellows either. :) xo. So some may be shinier than others. Can you provide a link to your favorite top coat for chalk painted projects? That’s a good idea! I wondered if you had used a blush pink chalk paint and tried these finishes? Dip a paint roller into the paint and rub the excess off on the textured side of the paint try. If water drops onto it, it will soak in. I just finished my piano and am worried about ruining it. wikiHow, Inc. is the copyright holder of this image under U.S. and international copyright laws. […], Your email address will not be published. After that first coat, let it dry for one hour before applying the next coat. Can you describe the technique or point me towards a good tutorial? ;) Thank you! I’ve been using this on table tops and anything that will get a little more use. Ours were also 40ish years old. Water-based products are best because they will preserve the paint’s color better. After painting, you might be wondering how to seal and protect your gorgeous project. Plus Get My FREE eBook "Creating Fabulous Finishes"! wikiHow's Content Management Team carefully monitors the work from our editorial staff to ensure that each article is backed by trusted research and meets our high quality standards. And you could do wax or a poly. I have recently tried Dixie Belle’s Gator Hide, specifically for the island in our RV, and it has a nice satiny sheen but more than I like for most of my furniture. By signing up you are agreeing to receive emails according to our privacy policy. You are very welcome! I’ve found some that yellow LESS but none that don’t truly yellow even if it’s just a bit. Don't Miss a Thing! Learn how your comment data is processed. Combine 1 cup latex paint in your chosen shade with 2 tablespoons of unsanded tile grout. I love using Chalk Paint to paint furniture, and just about anything. My friend uses General Finishes Flat Out Flat. This is my go to sealer for a more durable finish. Thanks so much! Apply a minimum of two coats of chalkboard paint. I do love the feel of it though. Do not soak the paper, or you risk damaging your work. After the paint is dry, make a fresh batch of paint using the same method. Apply the chalkboard paint with a brush or a short-nap roller. Hey Marlene! This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.
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\u00a9 2021 wikiHow, Inc. All rights reserved. To make chalkboard paint, pour enough latex paint into a bucket to cover your chosen surface. That was at least 8 or so years ago. Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment. The poly won’t really make a latex paint (sounds like you used latex) appear darker like it does with chalk-style paint, however. My preference is in that order. ;) I love Dixie Belle paints and products so highly recommend them in general. Hmm, I’ve not used that particular brand so I can’t say definitively. Very similar to wax finish. Thanks so much for the post! (Messy paint drips, unlike chalkboard walls, are not so cute.) Yes, I would give it a light sand by hand. Note that if you’re sealing white or a similar light color, these alternatives darken the paint more than wax. It is “chalky” and not really set until it’s waxed or a poly coat is added. Can lose stability if you 're using a top coat for the first coat, it. 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