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Rustoleum Black Chalk Board Paint 1913 830

Rustoleum Black Chalk Board Paint 1913 830

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Product Description

Paint. Actual writable erasable finish inspires creativity. Converts wood metal plastic glass paperboard and hardboard into a usable chalkboard. Formulated with extremely hard pigments won t leave scratch marks where the chalk was used. Great for kid s projects functional uses even resurfacing Ping-Pong tables. Black. Aerosol. Length: 8.13. Width: 2.69. Height: 2.69 see more...

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  • When spraying a wooden board how many coats would someone recommend...1 Answers
Rustoleum Black Chalk Board Paint 1913 830
Rustoleum Black Chalk Board Paint 1913 830
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Diamond B.
Diamond B.
13 reviews
Long lasting and durable! I loved the finished product and the real chalkboard feel.
Stacy A.
Stacy A.
312 reviews
Review for: Rustoleum Black Chalk Board Paint 1913 830
I got this to make a countdown pumpkin for Halloween it worked great! I've since used it on a bookcase and it looks wonderful, such a great fun product!
Vanessa C.
Vanessa C.
Vermilion, OH
42 reviews
Review for: Rustoleum Black Chalk Board Paint 1913 830
It only took 2 coats and about 10 mins of actual work. The rest was simply waiting for the surface to dry. My kids love it, and it's been very durable so far. Highly recommend!
Katie M.
Katie M.
55 reviews
Review for: Rustoleum Black Chalk Board Paint 1913 830
Used this for a DIY chalkboard. Once painted on, it works and looks just like a regular chalkboard!
Aperture B.
Aperture B.
Chicago, IL
16 reviews
Love this! Feels just like a traditional chalkboard. The key to making it last is to paint it on in layers but give time between each coat to let it dry. Don't try to get by with the minimum amount of layers because it results in the board being a bit sticky and hard to write on moving forward. Just doesn't mesh well with chalk for some reason.
Rachel G.
Rachel G.
172 reviews
When spraying a wooden board how many coats would someone recommend, and how long between them? I'm assuming at least 2.

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