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Storing Your DIY Chalk Paint & Ingredients Tips

posted in DIY & Crafts
05/14/2015
  • After opening your Plaster of Paris, Un-Sanded Grout, Calcium Carbonate or any other chalk paint medium, tightly secure the bag/container and store it in a cool dry place.  This will ensure it doesn’t attract moisture and keep it in perfect condition for the next time you use it.
    After opening your Plaster of Paris, Un-Sanded Grout, Calcium Carbonate or any other chalk paint medium, tightly secure the bag/container and store it in a cool dry place. This will ensure it doesn’t attract moisture and keep it in perfect condition for the next time you use it.
  • If you have any unused chalk paint, storing it in a glass container/jar rather than a plastic container will help keep your paint for future use.  I did find making a new batch each time worked much better though.
    If you have any unused chalk paint, storing it in a glass container/jar rather than a plastic container will help keep your paint for future use. I did find making a new batch each time worked much better though.
  • When re-opening your chalk paint, hold your container on an angle.  The dried chalk paint on the lid and container rim tends to crumble and fall into the fresh paint.
    When re-opening your chalk paint, hold your container on an angle. The dried chalk paint on the lid and container rim tends to crumble and fall into the fresh paint.

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