DIY chalkboard refrigerator paint

18 May
Chalkboard Fridge Paint

New Country Appliances

Have an ugly, old refrigerator? Don’t despair!  With a can of chalkboard spray paint and a little elbow grease, your fridge will go from scary to stylish! Not only does this look adorable, it’s functional to boot. Chalkboard space can be used as a work of art or for more practical purposes such as; grocery lists, recipes and family notes.

Here are a few of our favorite fridge re-vamps!

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Get The Look with - Rust-Oleum Specialty Chalk Board Paint:

Rust-Oleum Specialty Chalk Board converts surfaces into a usable chalkboard. Apply to metal, wood, masonry, drywall, plaster, glass, concrete, unglazed ceramics and hardboard. Erases cleanly.

Other products include: Spray paint, Colored tints, magnetic chalkboard paint and dry-erase paint. View the full line @ www.rustoleum.com

Product Features:

Indoor use only
Cleans with soap and water

Allow paint to dry for 3 days. Once cured, prepare surface for chalk by rubbing side of chalk over entire surface and erasing.

View product info: www.rustoleum.com

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