Asked on Dec 30, 2018

Can chalk paint be used in a sprayer?

LindaJewellmartinGk
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  • Gk
    on Dec 30, 2018

    Hello Pam! Yes, some chalk paint would well in a sprayer. Some brands are thinner than others or if you mixed your own chalk paint using latex paint you could thin it a bit. You would use more paint in a sprayer compared to brushing on. If you have a project that you would rather spray than brush you can buy Rustoleum Chalked Paint in spray cans--available in the same colors as their quart cans. It works very well and gives you a nice smooth matte finish. Some colors require more coats--linen white for instance. Also use the Rustoleum Chalked clear finish to seal your project--or you can use wax. The Rustoleum Chalked line is often on sale at Menards for a very good price.

  • Jewellmartin
    on Dec 30, 2018

    Yes, but it has to be thin, and the sprayer must be rinsed if the flow starts to get thick or sticks in the sprayer. Please post your experience on Hometalk! 😊

  • Linda
    on Jan 3, 2019

    Yes but you may need to delute it s little with water and you may need to strain it.

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