Chalk Painted Kitchen Cabinets – Paint a kitchen without complicating our lives too much. It is something that many people ask us. Can chalk paint be use for kitchens? And it is that we have spent a lot of years seeing the kitchen always the same and considering changing your furniture is almost like getting into a work. It is not only the cost but also the lie that it supposes. The colors are the same as those of the Vintage range, with the difference being slightly lighter. We could say that two shades lighter. One for the paint itself, which includes a product that makes it a lighter shade.
And another one for the wax, which has already knows who uses the Vintage, darken a tone the painting when it is applying to her. Because that’s another advantage. The chalk painted kitchen cabinets range does not need to be protected with wax or varnish. It carries a product that causes it to harden and protect itself. That is, we give two hands (sometimes there may be three) of paint and ready. We only have to wait between 7 and 10 days for the painting to finish. And until then be careful what we have painted, of course. This painting has in its composition protection against humidity (and against UV rays, in case we want to use it outdoors), which makes it perfect for use in kitchens or bathrooms.
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In addition, unlike when we protect with wax, we can clean it with normal cleaning products, not only with water and neutral soap. The glaze is a transparent medium whose function is to extend the drying time of the paint and make it translucent. With it, we can get effects like marbling. The idea is that we can paint a kitchen using the chalk painted kitchen cabinets paint and finish with a patina similar to the one we would get by applying the wax. To achieve the effect we are looking for we need the Glaze, a damp sponge and, if you like, a cotton cloth (which does not let out fluff).
If you do, I recommend that you wait about 10 days for the paint to harden before giving this effect. The ratio is 90% Glaze and 10% chalk paint. When painting the door we see that it is transparent, which is the effect we are looking for. We can paint it whole without fear that it will dry too soon. The chalk painted kitchen cabinets dry very fast (in 3 or 4 minutes it is no longer suitable to touch it), but with the Glaze, it expands that drying time to allow us to play with the textures.
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