Chalkboard/magnetic Paint Wall

We finally finished our full wall chalkboard/magnetic paint wall in our dining room! You can read more about it on my blog but it all started with prying our chair rail off the wall, sanding, more sanding, painting magnetic paint and finally a few coats of chalkboard paint.
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Waiting to be conditioned.
Conditioning the chalkboard

Crystal - 29 Rue House
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  • Kris Kris on Jul 14, 2016
    What do you mean by conditioning the chalk paint?

  • User User on Dec 19, 2017
    How can I visit your blog to see how you made this project. I tried and it says I need and invitation to visit your blog.

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  • Donna Marie P Donna Marie P on Mar 21, 2012
    Looking for a chalkboard t-shirt? Look for pdmstudios.com

  • Crystal - 29 Rue House Crystal - 29 Rue House on Mar 21, 2012
    Thanks everyone! Just Fine Tables - I haven't noticed any difference in the acoustics although our house doesn't have great acoustics anyway...maybe because our ceilings are so low and our walls are made of rock lath or something like that. I have a question for you! How do you deal with the gritty texture in your magnetic boards? Tamber B - I used the Rust-Oleum products. I got mine at HD - they're right next to the spray paint. I do have more info on my blog if your interested...along with a super embarrassing video showing my magnetic wall process. http://29ruehouse.blogspot.com/2012/03/writing-on-wall.html Donna Marie P - A chalkboard t-shirt sounds neat!

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