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Patent Pending Product! You can only purchase this from Heirloom Traditions Paint or an authorized retailer of Heirloom Traditions Paint and Vintiques Paint products!
Make your painted fabric Fab! This two pack is ideal for covering a heavy pattern fabric with chalk type paint. Our white tinted primer goes on first to create a paintable barrier between your fabric and paint. This revolutionary paintable barrier is what keeps your painted fabric from feeling crunching and prevents it from cracking. By using the white tinted primer, you will save a coat of paint on heavy patterns. The less paint you use, the better your painted fabric will feel. After you've applied white Fab! primer, then apply one of our chalk type paints in the color of your choice. Seal the paint with clear Fab! and you're done. It's that simple. Painted fabric will feel like a lightly coated fabric once complete.
The Clear Fab All In One is sufficient to use as both your primer & sealer on non heavy patterned fabric or when going from a lighter fabric to a darker paint color.
Once your fabric is Fab!, it's water & stain resistant making it ideal for outdoor fabrics as well. Don't forget that your sun faded patio furniture cushions, umbrella and awnings can be Fab! again!
Save $$ by buying our 2 pack vs our individual Fab! products.
Fab! is not recommended for use on velours or velvets.
Please note, if you are buying just the white primer for fabric, you will need the clear sealer as well. However, if you're using the white primer to paint vinyl white, then you're good with just the 1 product.
Fab! all in 1 Primer & Sealer
Can I paint my fabric? Yes you can with Fab!
Is Fab a Fabric Paint? It's not. It's a unique product that is a primer for painted fabric and its the sealer too. Fab! and chalk type paint is all it takes for a great transformation.
Posted by Debra Reina on Apr 18th 2017
I was a little worried as I chose a piece that was a velvet light pink settee. I first applied the FAB and waited the allotted time. I then decided because it was velvet and knew that I did not want the paint to sit on top of the fibers mixed the paint with water to the consistency of milk. This seem to work better. I did do two coats and then re-applied the FAB to seal. I did use a brown paper bag to soften up any areas that did not feel quite as soft . It turned out great and my daughter just loves it!!!
The "Marilyn Lipstick" was just the color she wanted it to be!!
Posted by Denise Epps on Mar 24th 2017
I have used Fab twice now and I am very satisfied with the completed items. My first was a rolling chair I have for school and it has really stood up to my K students. I only used the paint without the primer and needed two cans. This time I did the primer first and covered two cushions for my outdoor chairs that did not look very good anymore. Now they are bright yellow and I love them. I liked using the primer first better because I could see where it was applied and the chalk paint covered better with it primed first. I would definitely buy again!
Posted by Virginia Davis on Jan 2nd 2017
I used FAB 2 pack for the first time, on an old family chair. This product gave my tired old chair a new lease on life! I vacuumed the chair really well, then used a synthetic bristle brush to apply the FAB white primer. After it dried, I used my regular latex paint. I let that dry, taped off a grain sack stripe, and painted that. The All-In-One went on easily. I've sat on my redone chair- no cracking! Feels like leather. I will put this product to use again!
Posted by Deven on Oct 20th 2016
I had 2 gray tufted club chairs that I love but they were the wrong color for my home style. I heard about fabric paint so went to researching blogs everywhere to DIY. Every project that did not have paint cracks used fabric primer. I did not want to spare any qualities needed nor cut any corners for my chairs to return great results. So I ordered FAB because it is made specifically for fabrics and I am more satisfied with the chairs than I had originally envisioned. The fabric is now softer than it was before the FAB primer, paint and sealer. Each chair took 1 1/2 of the primer, 1 paint and 1 sealer. Hats off to Heirloom Traditions!
Posted by Melanie Gross on Oct 3rd 2016
I recently discovered this product and purchased it to redo a green and red plaid settee. I painted it Irish Cream. It's beautiful! It feels like a good leather not stiff at all. I love it and have moved on to a Bergere chair now.
Posted by Victoria Walker on Sep 25th 2016
It really worked to make the fabric I painted softer! I did what I was told to so and sand between layers...couldn't have painted the fabric of my chairs without it!
Posted by Melanie Gross on Sep 22nd 2016
This is the first time I ever used this product and I was completely sold on it. My settee turned out awesome and now I'm going to paint my Bergere chair too. I love it this stuff. I will be a repeat customer for life!
Posted by Carol Ryba on Sep 7th 2016
I used Fab on my very old Queen Anne chair. The upholstery was in good shape just faded. I then painted it with Heirloom Traditions Feathered Nest. It turned out beautiful! I used more Fab than I thought I would have needed however it was still far cheaper then having it re-upholstered. And I love the color. It is now sitting in my living room.
Posted by Unknown on May 12th 2016
Never used this before, perfect for my wing chair I painted !!! Yea !!