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Our Restoration Kits take the guess work out of what to buy for finishing your project. The Furniture Restoration Kit includes everything you need to transform a large piece of furniture (or two!), including your paint, antiquing gel (if you wish to antique) and a high quality chalk paint brush. This is an All In One Kit for our All In One Paint! Each kit includes:
1 - 16 oz pint of paint
1 - 8 oz Weathered Wood Antiquing Gel (Greige)
1 - SMALL Syntec Brush
1 - Instructional Pamphlet
Choose from all 12 colors on the color card.
We developed a paint with a built in bonding primer and a built in wax for the time conscious consumer. That means all of the adhering benefits of a chalk style paint, but without the tedious 2nd step of applying wax which can make traditional chalk painting seem difficult.On its own, The Heritage Collection’s unique all-in-one formula is sealed and is extremely durable once cured. It adheres to most surfaces, including wood, Formica, glass, ceramic, stone, cement and much more without the need to strip, sand or prime. With 12 European inspired colors that pair together well creating a high-end finish, The Heritage Collection allows you to turn that flea market find into a unique family heirloom.
For the perfect aged finish to create that Pinterest look, use the Weathered Wood Antiquing Gel for the perfect finish.
The kit covers approx. 70 sq ft of surface area.
chalk paint style, furniture paint, cabinet paint, all in one paint, no wax chalk, white chalk, gray chalk, off white chalk, black chalk, tan chalk, brown chalk, greige chalk
Note: you may experience tannin bleeds with any paint product. This is most typical in red woods that you are painting a light color. Consider using shellac as a primer in those instances. Nicotine residue may also cause bleed through.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Aug 4th 2017
Loved getting everything for one great price.
Posted by Melodee Vandenbosch on Jul 24th 2017
This is the first time I have used a challenge type paint. After cleaning the cabinet with TSP, I applied the paint. Initially I used a chip brush and was pleased with how it went on. However, I was surprised at how much more easily the paint covered when I used the round brush. I stenciled a design on one cabinet door and used the Antiquing Gel on all. I love, love, love the results and have already purchased paint for my next projects! I also plan to try the paint product you offer that can be used on fabric.
Posted by Cynthia Weldon on Jul 19th 2017
Got this during a special and I'm so glad I did. I used the Cashmere on some candle pedestals and used the weathered wood as well. Love how they turned out. And so very easy to do.