Introducing: The Lazy Range from Frenchic Furniture Paint.
The Lazy Range is a totally unique chalk and mineral paint with a wax infusion and has all the Frenchic qualities you have grown to know and love. It is self priming, self levelling and self sealing with no odour and is a smooth and gorgeous paint with excellent coverage. It is robust and it really is a 'paint & go' as it needs no buffing nor sealing! Simply dip, paint and go! It is also wipeable, certified EN:71-3, so is safe to paint childrens toys etc and dries in a couple of hours. It can also be sprayed too.
Take care not to damage the can lid on opening - a Frenchic can opener is recommended for ease of can opening and, therefore, resealing. Stir if necessary. A minimumof 2 coats is required. Ensure conditions during application and initial curing are favourable - avoid painting in direct sunlight or when there is moisture in the air. If you are in any doubt about the suitability of your project, please apply a small test area first.
A 750ml can will provide a coat of up to 12.5m2. Coverage will vary depending on the condition and porosity of the surface. When painting using a contrasting colour to the surface, additional coats may be required to achieve the full visual effect.
Drying and curing:
The product will be touch dry and recoatable within 1 hour. There is no maximum overcoating time as long as the surface is clean, dry and in sound condition. Do not bring soft furnishings into contact for 48 hours. On areas subject to wear, allow up to 3 weeks for curing before subjecting to heavy wear.
Storage and cleaning up:
Reseal the can after use. Do not store in conditions where thepaint could be subjected to freezing or high temperatures. Clean up spills immediately. Between coats and after use, remove as much paint as possible from brushes or rollers before cleaning with warm, soapy water.
*Contains Reaction mass of: 5-chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one [EC no. 247-500-7] and 2-methyl-2H-isothiazol-3-one [EC no. 220-239-6] (3:1) and 1,2-benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one. May produce an allergic reaction.
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While the colours on the website are matched to the paint as closely as possible, we cannot guarantee an exact colour replication as devices can display differently due to screen types and device settings. Some colours in particular can also appear differently depending on their surroundings/shadows/lighting etc. - there is no substitute for visiting a Stockist to see the paint itself or perhaps trying out the paint in situ by purchasing a small tin, which we call dinkies.