We’re proud to offer an extensive line of products that include Chalk-Acrylic paint, Shimmer paint, Shimmer glaze, and our own ground breaking formula…VAX. Invented by Shabby Paints, VAX is a revolutionary protective finish, that has the matte finish of wax but the lasting protection of Varnish. Never buff or reapply again! As you might expect, our products offer the same advantages as some of the more expensive boutique brands: no sanding, no priming, coverage in 1-2 coats and incredible adhesion to any surface. But we took our passions for America, Safety and the Environment and turned them into promises.
Shabby Paints is proud to offer an extensive range of styles and colors as we make our market debut. Offering outstanding coverage and exceptional adhesion, our paints come in two styles for the most versatility. The first is our “Chalk” finish, available in 24 beautiful colors, including “Licorice”… a true black, “Lime Time”… a vivid showstopper, and “Oh So Shabby”… a soft, sunny yellow. But we’re also excited to present our lively “Shimmer” finish, which is introduced in 12 vibrant colors, including “Stunning Silver,” “Smoked Pearl,” and “Sapphire Sea.”
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In addition to our superior paints, we’ve also got a great line up of glazes to enhance any project. Used alone or in combination with our paints, our glazes add depth and texture to any project. Think about the possibilities your customers will unlock when they give “Old Gold” or “Brown Bronze” a try. And finally our unique VAX & ReVAX will complete and transform any project. It’s currently being offered in Sheer VAX, and Black, Glitter, Hazelnut, and Pearl ReVAX.
Shabby Chalked Paint average coverage: 150+ sq. ft per quart. That is almost double what latex and other “chalk like” paints cover.
VAX & reVAX average coverage: 4 oz. bottle 20-25 sq. ft and the 12 oz. bottle 60-75 sf depending on how thick you apply and what you applying over.
Shabby Shimmer Paints & Glazes average coverage: 4 oz. jar 37.5 sq ft. and the 8 oz. jar 75 sq ft. that is 300 sq. feet a quart.