Can I use oil base paint and baking soda to make chalk paint
Here's a selection of chalk paint recipes from other Hometalkers
I really dont think it will work, but I have never tried it. Most recipes use a latex paint. Maybe mix up a small batch and do a test run.
No! Chalk paint is definitely not oil based. Try Emulsion with plaster of paris - maybe or Talc powder (French chalk)?
No you can't! Chalk paint is not oil based. You need to use latex paint-preferably flat latex paint.
Here's a post that might help - https://www.hometalk.com/26085922/how-to-make-chalk-paint-with-baking-soda
Sorry, no, it won't work. Latex paint is the best choice.
Hello. Recipes suggest using latex paint.
These Chalk paint recipe from Hometalk might be helpful
No you need to use either acrylic paint or latex paint. I think this is the best recipe for chalk paint.
Hi! I honestly don't think it will give you the same results. Oil based paint has many uses, but, don't think your method will work. Good luck and stay safe!
Hello Noc... I don't think it's a good iea to use oil paint because it will be almost impossible to remove once it dries, and i don't this oil paint has the proper texture for it. That being said, here is a link with 3 ways to make your own chalk paint
Here is a very simple chalk paint recipe you could do instead: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTNcF9b3m-g
Why not try it using small amounts, paint and see how it turns out? Then sahre with other if you are successful.
Never heard of that one but I have used regular water based paint and non-sanded grout. https://www.homeroad.net/2012/03/perfecting-home-made-chalk-paint-recipe.html