Flamingo furniture paint is a dusky pink with a hint of coral.
Before you start, turn the unopened can upside down for as long as you can bear to wait. We know, you’re excited to start painting but this will help mix all those lovely pigments together and ensure that you have a beautifully even colour. If you really can’t wait then just skip this step!
As you know, with this paint there is no need to sand or prime your furniture before painting but it is best to ensure that it is clean and free of dust or loose particles. A swoosh over with a baby wipe is normally enough.
Brush on your first coat of Vintage Rocks furniture paint and see the transformation begin. This is fast drying paint so you’ll be pleased to know you only need to wait 15-30 minutes until you apply another coat. The drying time obviously depends on environmental factors but if it feels dry, it is dry!
Add water to make it a little more smooth, or add even more water to make it into a wash. Leave the lid off to thicken it up… So much you can do… just play around with it! Choose one of our specially designed finishing products, Buzz Wax or Finishing Cream, to protect and nourish your project.
Vintage Rocks Chalky Paint is a non-toxic, odourless, water-based paint that is extremely low in VOCs, making it safe for inside use and around children.
When you have finished painting, clean your brushes with water and have a cup of tea and admire your handy work.
NO SANDING ~ NO PRIMING ~ LOW VOCS
OTHER REASONS TO CHOOSE VINTAGE ROCKS FURNITURE PAINT …
– Our British manufactured formula has been tried and tested and is unique to Vintage Rocks
– Environmentally friendly and safe to use around pets and with children (EN: 71-3 compliant)
– Become part of a great community of painters by joining our Facebook Group, Vintage Rocks Inspiration
– Regular video tutorials showing you new painting techniques, tips and tricks.
Sally Bullimore –
This gives Vintage Rocks the perfect range of pinks. Baby is lovely if you are looking for a subtle pale pink (as the name suggests), mineral is funky and bold, a real pop of colour. I think though that flamingo is going to be my new favourite falling between the two, an almost blush pink that contrasts beautifully with so many of the other colours in the range