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si vous êtes comme moi et vous avez l'envie une ambience ecologique a votre maison, les chose vous aspirez et touchez ... vous allez trouvez cet peinture la meilleur, c'est sure.
A note sharing a little more I have learned about chalk paint. Doing some research led me to homemade chalk paint recipes which I indeed tried with some success. That homemade version and many you will find on the market, involve adding chalk or chalk-like substances to the paint. This results in a mixture that sticks better to an unsanded, unprepared surface.
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, which I also tried in comparison, is not called chalk paint because of the addition of chalk. It has that name because of the flat, almost chalky finish it produces when dry and before treated with any waxes. Unlike many other mixtures, it also is very eco-friendly being low in VOCs and practically odor free. Its colors are formulated from an artist's point of view and remain true even when diluted.
I am just learning more about these varieties of paints, but one thing that stands out to me is if you are buying/using a chalk additive to put into your paint ... you may be achieving a chalkier mixture that adheres differently. But the paint is still the same, it is not an eco-friendly paint and the same elements remain in the paint that affect how it mixes and goes on, the color quality, the texture of the paint, etc.
So if you, like me, are concerned about the environment, about what affects the quality of your home environment...even to the point of what you might be breathing in or have touching your skin ... you might want to take a closer look at your DIY projects and how you accomplish them. Annie Sloan also has wall and floor paints which are worth checking out.
I am of the conclusion that Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, around for more than 20 years, is the original and best out there.