Always stir well and perform a patch test before using Annie Sloan Polished Plaster. We recommend familiarising yourself with the texture of the paste before committing to furniture or walls.
Surfaces must be clean and dry before applying Annie Sloan Polished Plaster. Annie Sloan Polished Plaster can be applied alone, or mixed with Chalk Paint to give a tint of colour to your plaster. We recommend using stronger colours and adding less Chalk Paint for best results. Test as you go, as different ratios will affect the ease of application, vibrancy, depth of coverage, sheen, and drying times.
How to Use:
Use a scraper, palette knife, or trowel to apply Annie Sloan Polished Plaster in a dollop before spreading around in all directions. Clean tools as you go, removing excess product. Allow this first base to dry slightly then use your scraping tool to level out and smooth the surface with the same wiping technique. Once this has fully dried, apply a second coat using the same process. For more of a sheen, once fully dry, buff the Annie Sloan Polished Plaster using a clean scraper.
Seal and protect using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Wax or Chalk Paint Lacquer.
Clean tools with warm soapy water immediately after use. To maintain your Annie Sloan Polished Plaster finish, clean with a damp cloth and mild detergents.
This product contains VOC <50g/l.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.