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Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover 2X 12 oz. Spray Paint Flat Black 

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  • Sub Brand: Painter's Touch Ultra Cover
  • Color: Black
  • Gloss Sheen: Flat
  • Product Type: 2x Paint+Primer Enamel Spray
  • Container Size: 12 oz.
  • UV Resistant: Yes
  • Coverage Area: sq. ft.
  • Indoor and Outdoor: Indoor and Outdoor
  • Dry Time: 1 hr.
  • Inverted Spray Ability: Yes
  • Primer Required: No
  • Time Before Recoating: Before 1 or after 48 hr.
  • Cleanup: Xylene/Mineral Spirits
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Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint

Hiya friends! And happppppppy Monday to you. Today&#;s post is one I&#;ve been thinking about doing for quite a while now and it&#;s a comparison between the Annie Sloan chalk paint vs the Rust-Oleum chalked paint. Now you guys know I&#;ve been a big fan of the Annie Sloan chalk paint for a looooong time. I&#;ve been using it for about six years now and I even wrote a post about my top ten chalk painting tips, which you can check out here if you&#;re interested. It&#;s actually what led me to fall in love with painting furniture in the first place.

Recently I&#;ve been growing more curious about some of the alternatives that are popping up on the market, like the Rust-Oleum chalked paint. I picked it up at Home Depot about a month ago and I&#;ve used it on a few small things here and there. Well this weekend I was in the mood for a little painting fun so I decided to do a side-by-side comparison between these two products. I grabbed an old table that worked perfectly for this little experiment and I got to work. I was actually pretty surprised at some of my observations and I&#;m excited to share the results with you fine folks today!

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Revew

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint- Covering the Basics

Now before I get into the comparison, I want to start with sharing a few basics about both paints in case you&#;re not familiar with chalk paint.

  • Both the Annie Sloan chalk paint and the Rust-Oleum version allow for minimal prep work. No sanding is required, no primer needed. You just grab your piece of furniture and start painting.
  • Can be applied to a variety of surfaces, such as wood, glass, metal, ceramic, and even plastic.
  • Can be easily distressed for a vintage look.
  • Both are low-odor and easy to clean up.
  • Both are supposed to dry in a matte finish.
  • The Annie Sloan chalk paint retails for $ for 32 oz and can generally only be purchased at a painting boutique or shop.
  • The Rust-Oleum chalk paint retails for $ for 30 oz and can be purchased on Amazon, as well as many home improvement stores.

Comparing the 2 Brands

Okie dokie. Let&#;s do this comparison! Here&#;s the table I used for this project. I chose this one because of its dark finish and the fact that there&#;s some damage on the top. First of all, I wanted to see how well these paints would cover the scuffs and markings. I used the Annie Sloan paint in Old White and the Rust-Oleum paint in Linen White. I applied both with a regular paint brush.

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Revew

Here goes the first coat of paint. I did no sanding or prep work on this table before I started painting. I put Annie Sloan on the right side of the table and the Rust-Oleum on the left side of the table.

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Review
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Review
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Review

Thoughts After First Coat of Paint

  • Both had very similar coverage and went on fairly streaky for this first coat, as you can see. The Rust-Oleum paint claims that a &#;1-coat coverage allows projects to be completed easily&#;, but that&#;s obviously not the case. Both offered decent coverage on the first coat, but both sides definitely needs a second coat as you can see.
  • I noticed right away that the Annie Sloan chalk paint has a much thicker consistency, while the Rust-Oleum paint reminded me of normal latex paint.
  • Between the two, I felt like the Rust-Oleum paint was easier to work with and easier to apply due to the fact that it isn&#;t as thick.
  • The Annie Sloan paint dries in a a very rough, dry finish while the Rust-Oleum is more of a semi-matte, smooth finish.

Now let&#;s move on to the second coat of paint:

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Review
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and

Thoughts After Two Coats of Paint

  • Both sides dried completely in about 20 minutes and were ready for the second coat.
  • I found the second coat of Annie Sloan paint a little harder to apply compared to the Rust-Oleum paint. I think the difference was largely due to the fact that I was painting on such a dry, matte surface from that first coat. The second coat seemed to cake up for me a bit, which I have experienced in the past with Annie Sloan paint. If you look closely you can see how it caked up in the top photo above.
  • Since the Rust-Oleum paint dried in a more semi-matte, smooth finish I found it a lot easier to apply the second coat.
  • The Annie Sloan paint seemed to offer a bit more coverage on the second coat.
  • Both covered the damage/scuffs on the table really well.
  • I was able to easily distress each with sandpaper for a vintage look.

Here&#;s the finished look of my little table:

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Review
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Review

Overall Thoughts on the Annie Sloan vs. Rust-Oleum Chalk Paint

  • Overall I&#;d say these two paints are extremely similar. However, if I had to pick just one I&#;d go with the Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. I&#;m honestly a little surprised by that, just because I&#;ve loved Annie Sloan paint for so many years now, but I really do think this version from Rust-Oleum is just as good after going through this comparison. And you can&#;t beat the price&#;it&#;s almost half the cost, which is a HUGE savings. It&#;s easy to apply, it adheres well, the finish is smooth, and it&#;s overall a really great option.
  • Both brands also offer a protective top coat or wax, which is supposed to seal the paint and help protect against damage. I think you could get away with not using it with the Rust-Oleum paint. It dries to a very smooth finish that is actually really nice. I&#;m just not sure how helpful that would be. And to be really honest with you guys, I don&#;t think the Annie Sloan wax makes much of a difference either. You might remember that I chalk painted our bathroom vanities and after that experience, I can say the wax doesn&#;t do much &#;protecting&#; in my personal opinion. Not only is it crazy expensive, but I don&#;t think it does much at all other than smooth down the rough, dry finish. You can read about that fiasco with our bathroom vanities here.
  • The only real limitation I see with the Rust-Oleum paint is that you don&#;t have a large color selection. It looks like Amazon currently offers seven different colors, whereas Annie Sloan has three to four times that many.

My Final Thoughts

All right, that was a LONG one folks. I&#;m going to stop here, but I hope you found my side-by-side comparison between the Annie Sloan chalk paint and the Rust-Oleum chalked paint helpful. Let me know if you have any questions at all about my review or about these two paints. You know I&#;m always happy to help!

You might also enjoy these other posts:

Review of the Rust-Oleum Chalky Spray Paint

Review of Chalk Painted Bathroom Vanities

Dining Table Makeover with Chalk Paint

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs Rust-Oleum Chalked Paint. A Side by Side Comparison and Review
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Rustoleum Chalked Paint &#; My Honest Review

It&#;s not a secret that I&#;ve been a big fan of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint for many years.  I&#;ve used it on over projects, from large furniture pieces to small decor.  I wrote a detailed post about How to Chalk Paint Furniture here, and used ASCP on 24 of the projects in my book Amazing Furniture Makeovers.

So you might be a little surprised to learn that I finally tried a competitor for the first time: Rustoleum Chalked Ultra Matte Paint.  In today&#;s post, see how I updated a thrifted cabinet and read my honest Rustoleum Chalked Paint review.  I purchased all the products myself, and this post is not sponsored by any company.

A thrifted cabinet updated in Rustoleum Chalked Paint - Honest review by Girl in the Garage

I spied this piece on a local thrift store&#;s Facebook page and thought it was interesting, and then of course forgot all about it!  A couple days later I was wandering through that store looking for a project for Furniture Fixer Uppers day (today), and remembered this quirky cabinet. It was marked $40 and then 50% off = only $20!

It&#;s solid and sturdy, and has 2 drawers (a top one and then a second deeper drawer) &#; and this spinning piece was added by the previous owner.  I assume they wanted to set a TV on top and angle it in different directions&#;?

A thrifted cabinet updated in Rustoleum Chalked Paint - Honest review by Girl in the Garage

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First, the spinning top had to go.  It was kind of a clever addition, but unlikely that the new owners would want to keep it anyway.  There was a bolt, nut, and washers holding it in place.

Remove old drawer pulls - Girl in the Garage

Next I removed the hardware from the drawers.  I planned to replace the pulls, but kept the bolts to reuse.

Remove old drawer pulls - Girl in the Garage

Then I taped over the backs of the holes and filled all the unwanted holes with wood filler and let it dry.  After a while I sanded over it for smoothness.

Wood filler in old cabinet holes - Girl in the Garage

I planned to use some extra copper cup pulls from this project earlier this year.  So I measured new spots on the drawers to center the pulls (measure twice, drill once)&#;

Mark new holes for hardware - Girl in the Garage

and then drilled the six new holes with my handy drill/driver combo.  I believe this is oak which is pretty hard wood, and my arms felt it afterward!

Drill new holes for hardware - Girl in the Garage

Rustoleum Chalked Paint Review

Initially, I decided to give Rustoleum Chalked Paint a try because I really wanted to paint the cabinet light green.  Annie Sloan Chalk Paint doesn&#;t come in light green, and I didn&#;t feel like mixing paint colors.  Also, I needed the paint quickly and just wanted to buy a can and use it the same day.  When I saw that there was a Sensible Sage color in Rustoleum Chalked, I was excited!

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

Here are a few quick facts about Rustoleum Chalked Ultra Matte Paint:

  • It gives a smooth, matte finish
  • No priming required
  • There are 6 popular premixed colors you can buy off the shelf or even on Amazon
  • Besides the premixed colors, you can choose either a Light Tint Base which is tintable to 12 specific colors or a Dark Tint Base which is tintable to 15 colors (Sensible Sage is a Light Tint Base option) &#; must be tinted at a paint counter
  • Some of the colors are available as a spray paint (I&#;ve tried the Linen White color before in the spray paint and honestly did not like the coverage)
  • There are also two decorative glaze options and a protective topcoat to use
Rustoleum Chalked Paint - Light Tint Base Colors - Review by Girl in the Garage

Rustoleum Chalked Paint &#; Light Tint Base Colors

Rustoleum Chalked Paint - Dark Tint Base Colors - Review by Girl in the Garage

Rustoleum Chalked Paint &#; Dark Tint Base Colors

Prepping for Rustoleum Chalked Paint

There isn&#;t much prep work required for Chalked paint, but you should lightly sand glossy surfaces before painting.  That&#;s pretty much the same guideline as Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.  However, as an experienced painter I know there are some types of furniture that will always need extra prep work. Learn how to properly prep furniture for painting here.  Since I wasn&#;t concerned about this cabinet bleeding through, I went straight to my Purdy paint brush and got busy.

(I did tape inside the new drawer holes so the paint wouldn&#;t drip through and make a mess.)

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

The coverage seemed pretty good.  I did two full coats and then some smaller areas again as needed.  The paint is thicker than latex but doesn&#;t seem quite as thick as ASCP.

After the paint was dry, I sanded it smooth and distressed it with grit sandpaper.  I was pleased with how well it distresses (I usually like a slightly worn look, not heavy distressing).

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

I didn&#;t buy the Rustoleum Chalked Protective Topcoat &#; I plan to apply Annie Sloan&#;s clear wax instead.  I&#;ve had so many bad experiences with topcoats yellowing even when they&#;re not supposed to, that I just stick with furniture wax to be safe.

Here&#;s how the cabinet turned out&#;

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

I&#;ve wanted to try a light green color for ages!  However, this isn&#;t the color I had in mind.  It was hard to tell the true color on a little one-inch swatch in the pamphlet at the store.  This is Sensible Sage and it leans more toward the Duck Egg Chalk Paint color that I&#;m used to.  And I didn&#;t plan on it being so pale&#; but it definitely is a pretty color.

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

I&#;m glad I used the leftover copper pulls from this recent project.  They are gorgeous with this color!  These are the exact pulls I used if you&#;re thinking about trying them.

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

Final Thoughts:

  • Rustoleum Chalked is almost half the price of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint
  • It&#;s available at major home improvement stores and even here on Amazon
  • The coverage is decent and it distresses easily (at least for this specific color and type of wood finish cabinet)
  • It has a similar matte finish like ASCP
  • Clean up was easy with soap and water (including my arm and a small drop on my carpet)
  • I&#;m not sure if Chalked Paint can work on as many surfaces as ASCP, which can be used on almost any surface imaginable
  • Limited color choices, similar to ASCP
  • ASCP is only sold at approved small retailers, who are highly trained to guide you in whatever your Chalk Paint project is &#; unlike the Rustoleum paint (but you can find video tutorials online)

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

Verdict:  Overall I was pretty happy with Rustoleum Chalked Paint.  I will always love Annie Sloan Chalk Paint because it&#;s the original (and the best in my opinion), but I can definitely see myself trying another color of Rustoleum Chalked.  It&#;s also great if you have a lower budget or don&#;t have any ASCP stockists locally to buy from.  If you&#;ve tried it before, I&#;d love to know your thoughts!  &#; Jen

An honest review of Rustoleum Chalked Paint, from someone who loves Annie Sloan Chalk Paint! By Girl in the Garage

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