About Chalk + Clay Paint

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16 replies on “About Chalk + Clay Paint

  • Marianne

    I like coming to visit your site. Its usually a peaceful little corner of the web. You have a lot of lovely accessories. Today, I wanted to let you know that on the chalk-clay paint pages (I think the last two) there are two or three images that have not been saved to your website software and are therefor not appearing on the site. I am very interested in this paint product and would appreciate seeing the images you intended to be there.
    Thanks again.

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  • PATRICIA CARREIRO

    HI LISA, I AM SO HAPPY FOR YOU AND THE FACT THAT THE PRODUCT IS GREEN. I WILL BE IN SHORTLEY AS I HAVE A FEW PROJECTS I NEED TO REFINISH….

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  • Amanda

    Hi,
    Am so happy to have found the Ultimate Wax Brush at a good price, but you don’t seem to post to Australia. Would this be something you could do without much hassle? My poscode is 3796 Victoria. Looking forward to hearing from you (could not find an email address, sorry). Thanks, Amanda

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    • admin

      Hi Amanda,

      Yes, we can ship to Australia. Let m know if you would like to purchase it and I’ll create a listing for you with the shipping included. The price to ship to Australia will be $18. Thank you!

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    • admin

      Thanks for your interest in CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk + Clay Paint! The answer is YES. You can paint over laminate using chalk + clay paints, as this paint adheres to virtually any surface including variouso types of plastics. You do not need to sand, prime or prep the piece in any way. Just be sure that the laminate is not peeling, in that case you’ll need to sand and peeling and spot prime those pieces.

      You can purchase CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk + Clay paint here: http://pickleeonspring.com/shop/ce-ce-caldwell-chalk-clay-paint/

      I hope this helps!

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  • Kathie Paradise

    Do you offer any classes using the chalk paint. I shall be in Newport on the 10/11 of May and would love to take a class on Friday if you offer them.

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  • Jen

    How much paint do you think I néed to do a vanity and mirror? I want to order some paint and I want to make sure to get enough…thanks

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  • Tara Petersen

    What is the average coverage per quart?
    I’m going to paint my kitchen cupboards.
    I have no idea how much to order.
    Thanks

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    • admin

      One quart of paint would usually cover a large piece of furniture (such as a dining hutch). The average size kitchen will require 3-4 quarts of paint.

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  • Betty Ann

    Hi,
    I am refinishing a butcher block kitchen table. I am thinking of painting or staining it. It is in poor condition. I was curious if you have a green stain ?
    Thanks, I will be stopping in next week.

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  • Gail

    We were thinking of “white-washing” our old brick (mostly red with some off colors) fireplace…would chalk paint work and if so, should we also seal it?

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