Only Green Ltd, P.O.Box 304027, Hauraki Corner, Takapuna, Auckland 0622, New Zealand
Da Vinci’s “Chalk” Powder additive for paint and more!
The easy additive to create an economical alternative to ready mixed chalky Finish.
It is really great to turn chalky finish paint into a texture coat.
Only Green’s Da Vinci “Chalk” Paint Powder additive turns most water based paints
- including “Vintique” into chalky finish. Da Vinci’s Chalk Powder for paint is a
100% NZ natural Calcium Carbonate additive. It is easy to mix, easy to apply and
easy to sand. It can be painted onto most surfaces with no undercoat required. (please
note Chalk paint powdered mixed paint must be mixed regulary and does not have the
adhesion, stainblocking additives and stability of “Distressed” ChalkyFinish)
100% natural ingredients
Made in NZ (not imported)
easy to use
For Chalky Finish Paint: Chalky paint will produce a range of shabby chic looks to
vintage looks .see enclosed brochure for ideas.Its easy to apply using a brush and
dries quickly. The finish can be sanded smooth or distressed with sandpaper. It is
essential to add a protective coating to chalk paint furniture before use. We recommend
Da Vinci wax or Glaze Clearcoat.
For Textured Paint This is ideal to make a textured
paint similar to stucco, you need more chalk than for chalk finish but the effect
is ideal. We recommend mixing into Vintique or Distressed paints mixed to the colour
of your choice.
Mixing: For Chalky Paint finish 2 Table spoons of chalk and 1 tablespoon
of water, mix thorougherly into a paste then add 250mls of paint, mix and mixed while
using. Unfinished product will separate in can For Textured Finish (For Distressed
or Vintique paint) For 250mls of paint ( ratios of) take approx 250ml (volume) of
dry chalk Powder and slowly add water or Roma wash until a very thick paste and then
add with Distressed or Vintique paints
Frequently asked question:
What is better using Chalky powder for paint in acrylic paint or ready mixed Chalky
Easy answer -the ready mixed chalk finish will remain stable (ie not separate) has
better adhesion, and isn't clumpy but still works the same.