Chalk Based Barn Paint

Regardless of whether you’re looking for chalk paint for wood, metal, brick or plastic cladding, we can help. Specifically designed for outdoor use, our chalk based barn paint is tough and durable, making it an ideal choice for withstanding extreme weather conditions and ensuring your exterior surfaces continue to look fantastic all year round.

The acrylic, water-resistant formula of this paint means it will provide effective protection against cracking, blistering and flaking, as well as mildew, mould, rot and algae buildup. It also offers UV resistance, helping to minimise sun damage and fading, guaranteeing a strong, bold colour for longer.

Our barn chalk paint can be used straight away, regardless of whether the surface has been painted before or not. There is also no need to use a primer or undercoat beforehand, and the paint will be touch dry within one hour of application.

Choose from paint in a wide selection of popular, richly pigmented colours, including grey, brown, black, green, cream and white. You can also take your pick from different tin sizes from 2.5 litres up to 20 litres.

To find out more about our chalk paint for metal, wood, brick, plastic and other outdoor surfaces, simply browse the products on this page.


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