Asked by: Renda Mitterbauerasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th April, 2020
Can you use chalk paint without sanding?
Likewise, people ask, do you have to sand before you use chalk paint?
Chalk Paint® decorative paint adheres to almost any surface, indoors and outside, and there’s rarely a need to sand or prime before painting. Most times cleaning and dusting off the surface will do.
Beside above, what happens if you dont wax chalk paint? There is a potential downside to a poly finish that isn’t an issue with wax. Poly topcoats can sometimes pull tannins from the wood through the porous chalk paint, creating yellowish (or sometimes pink) spots. Wax doesn’t react with the wood the same way a poly does, which is why this doesn’t happen with wax.
Subsequently, question is, why don’t you have to sand with chalk paint?
“Chalk Paint Does Not Require Sanding”However, the reason you should sand a piece of furniture is usually so that you can create enough grit or tooth on the surface for the paint to stick.
Does chalk paint rub off?
Chalk paint is formulated to wipe off easily for an aged effect, that is why you need to use wax to seal the paint. It works great without the work. I have not used chalk paint especially but, have made up my own version of a “type” of chalk paint and it will rub off if I do not prepare the surface