PREP: Simply start with a clean surface and you are ready to paint. PAINT: Apply Furniture Paint in thin coats, working with the grain. PROTECT: For a long lasting finish, protect your newly painted piece with our All Natural Furniture Wax for general, everyday protection or use Protective Finish for the ultimate, scratch resistant protection.
Furniture Paint is specially formulated to adhere to all kinds of surfaces including; wood, varnish, wicker, metal, glass and even fabric! No need to spend time or money on primer, loads of sandpaper, or harsh chemicals that strip the surface. When it comes to ease of use, Furniture Paint has you covered!
"I love painting furniture and have tried several brands. V&R By K is the best paint I have ever used. I painted over a previous paint job with theirs and it looks beautiful. No Chipping. My other paint chipped off and I had to use primer and 5 coats. V&R By K Furniture Paint adhered beautifully with only two coats! This is an exceptional paint."
"Vintage and Restore by K was amazing to work with. They were prompt and courteous and my paint even arrived early. Their products are brilliant. You cannot find a better chalk finish paint on the market!"
"I recently purchased this paint in Cayman Island and Sunflower Fields and all I can say is WOW! This paint is exactly what I was looking for. The colors are so vibrant and bright and they go on very smooth. They have a nice matte finish. I'll definitely be purchasing from them again!"
"This paint is amazing! I painted and waxed a small hutch in less than two hours. There is no prep required, and the paint is very forgiving. Light coats are best, and a little paint goes a long way. I can't wait to try another project in one of their other fun colors."
"Straight forward and easy to use. The paint dried in less than 30 minutes. Love the all natural wax too. The scented wax smells yummy"
Imagine yourself in this scenario…You see a chalk-painted mason jar project on Pinterest (cause that’s where all awesome project ideas start, right?!). You want that chalky goodness look NOW so you run out to your local craft store, buy out all their glass jars, grab some paint off the shelf and rush home to get started...