Spending extra time at home, a little restless, and feeling creative? I've got you covered!
If you've read my introduction to Fusion Mineral Paint, you already know that Fusion is not only versatile, but it is also durable. Remember, unlike chalk-paint, Fusion has a built-in top coat, making it the ideal choice for painting cabinetry.
With that in mind, did you know you can get started on a new DIY project, like painting your kitchen cabinets for under $200, and get free shipping? This estimated price includes 1 Pint of Fusion, 1 Ultra Grip, and 1 Tough Coat. Although Fusion Tough Coat is recommended for higher-traffic areas, it and/or Ultra Grip aren't needed for every project, and could possibly be swapped out for an extra Pint of Fusion. If you're unsure, just Contact Me! :)
Steps of any Project - 1 - Prep. 2 - Paint. 3 - If desired, finish with a top-coat or wax.
Here's a quick list of do it your self quick-makeover projects you can do around your home! Each project link should cover all that is needed, but most requirements will be the same.
So now the big question - "What will I need to get started?" Each project's needs may vary slightly, but here is a list of items you'll want to consider - just be sure to check the project links for specific.
$13 - Fusion's TSP Alternative Furniture Cleaner
$26 - Fusion's Ultra Grip (if painting melamine and thermafoil cabinetry)
$28 - Fusion's Matte or Glossy Tough Coat (optional, if desired for added protection after painting)
$10 - Microfelt Rollers.
$60 - Quality Paint Brush
$13 - Brush Soap (great for conditioning & extending brush life!)
$ 4 - Sanding Sponges