Farmhouse Paint - Single Step Furniture Paint
Farmhouse Paint has created “The Next Generation” Advanced- Technology Furniture and Cabinet Paint. Unlike other paints like chalk paint, their proprietary formula consist of the highest grade low VOC components, which provides our customers with a superior product delivering advanced superior coverage, adhesion, hardness, leveling, and durability while producing a smooth finish and an easy to use "single step process" without the need for priming, sanding, or adhesion agents. Farmhouse Paint is so effortless that anyone can enjoy painting while also achieving professional results for all their DIY, furniture, cabinetry, and home decor projects.
Made in the USA, the creative force behind Farmhouse Paint, has been designing paint applications and creating painted ﬁnishes for over 25 years. Producing decorative ﬁnishes, furnishings, and products for every surface, always maintaining the leading edge, and always a step above. Our adrenaline and stimulation comes from creating and implementing what others have never thought of.
Farmhouse Paint requires no wax or topcoat unless desired. We suggest using Farmhouse Paint, "Clear It" (clear, water based urethane topcoat) for cabinets, counters and table tops. This provides an extra layer of protection and helps prevent staining from items that may discolor your paint over time.
Farmhouse Paint covers very well. Our medium to dark colors usually cover in one coat and our lighter colors usually cover in several coats depending on color of substrate and how it's applied. You may want to lightly sand rough or raw wood surfaces prior to painting if a smoother finish is what you desire.
Before painting, your project piece should be cleaned to remove any dirt, oil, wax or furniture polish. These contaminates may affect adhesion.
Farmhouse Paint dries quickly to the touch and will fully cure in around 10 days depending on temperature and humidity. We recommend a minimum of 4 hours between coats to prevent the top coat from softening and pulling on the previous coat.
Before the start of any project, we suggest testing the paint on your project to ensure desired results.