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Scotch Mist Lazy Range

The misty greyish blue-green tones of this subtle and unusual colour offer a welcome alternative to spruce up your furniture.

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£21.95

Scotch Mist Lazy Range

The misty greyish blue-green tones of this subtle and unusual colour offer a welcome alternative to spruce up your furniture.

The Lazy Range is a simply fabulous, award-winning paint with a unique wax infusion – the perfect choice for you to transform your interior furniture and more. Water based, self-priming, self-sealing and easy to use, it has self-levelling properties, meaning little to no brush marks. With a soft, low sheen, it works well on many surfaces including wood, laminate and metal. It has minimal VOC content and is certified UKCA and EN71-3 compliant, making it safe for use on children’s toys.

General

  • Water based
  • Suitable for interior use only
  • Chalk and mineral paint formulated for wooden furniture and laminate
  • Suitable for walls – in which case thinning with up to 10% tap water is advised
  • Minimal VOC content with virtually no odour
  • UKCA and EN71-3 certified (safe for use on children’s toys) EN71-3:2019+A1:2021
  • Ingredients: Chalk, Clay, Titanium Dioxide, Resin, Talcum, Preservative, Wax
  • Self-priming – no primer or undercoat required
  • Self-levelling – meaning little to no brushmarks is achievable
  • Self-sealing – does not require a top coat for durability
  • Finish – soft, low sheen

Coverage

  • A 750ml tin will provide a coat of up to 12.5m2. For a durable finish, a minimum of 2 coats is required, so your 750ml tin should provide full coverage for just over 6m2 on non-porous surfaces like laminate or metal.
  • Always ensure you have enough paint for your whole project. When more than 1 tin of the same colour is needed, it is good practice to ensure batch numbers are identical or to intermix batches prior to commencing painting.
  • Porous, or ‘thirsty’ surfaces like bare wood or MDF, tend to absorb paint meaning additional coats are likely to be required to achieve a durable finish. In this case, your 750ml tin will provide less than 6m2 of full coverage. If you apply the paint too thinly, durability may be affected.

Preparation

  • Ensure surfaces are in suitable condition for painting – clean, dry, free from wax, grease or penetrating substances and in sound condition. If previously painted, remove loose or flaking paint.
  • Surface preparation required in addition to the above – clean with Frenchic Sugar Soap, rinse and dry thoroughly. Hand-sand sufficiently to abrade the surface. Wipe off any dust, paint away! For a great demonstration, see our video from Frenchic TV.
  • Take care on opening the tin lid – a Frenchic tin opener is recommended.
  • Stir thoroughly with a wide implement, such as a Paint Paddle, prior to each use.

Application, drying and curing (hardening)

  • Apply with a good quality brush or a roller. Also suitable for spraying – thin with up to 15% tap water and apply additional coat(s).
  • To allow self-levelling, avoid overworking the paint
  • Allow a minimum of 1 hour between coats (even if the paint feels touch dry).
  • Curing (hardening) time is 2-3 weeks in normal conditions. Treat gently until curing is complete.

Clean up and storage

  • Reseal tin after use. Clean up any spills immediately with water. Wash brushes in warm, soapy water.
  • Do not store where the tin could be subjected to damp, frost, freezing or high temperatures.

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