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Rust-Oleum 30 oz. Ultra Matte Interior Chalked Paint, Linen White (Case of 2)
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Rust-Oleum

30 oz. Ultra Matte Interior Chalked Paint, Linen White (Case of 2)

  • Goes down smooth or can be easily distressed for an aged look
  • Requires little to no prep or priming and cleans easily with soap
  • Uniform coverage on wood, metal, ceramic and more in 1 coat
$1976 /case
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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum 30 oz. Ultra Matte Interior Chalked Paint, Linen White (Case of 2) creates an ultra-matte finish with superior coverage and adhesion. Transform and rejuvenate furniture and home decor into a unique custom piece. Chalked Ultra Matte Paint provides 1-coat coverage on most surfaces with little or no prep or priming. It can be painted or distressed, giving any project a one of a kind look.

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  • Ultra-matte sheen for use on a variety of interior surfaces: wood, metal, ceramic, canvas and more
  • Thick, 1-coat coverage allows projects to be completed easily
  • One 30 oz. can covers up to 150 sq. ft.
  • Dries to an ultra-matte velvety, smooth finish
  • Excellent adhesion and easy application with minimal prep and no priming necessary
  • Dries to touch in 30 minutes
  • Replicate the timeless style of 18th century decor by distressing for a unique aged, chippy look
  • For bare wood surfaces, prime first with Zinsser bulls eye white primer
  • Low VOC/water based formula
  • Cleans up with soap and water
  • Mix with other Rust-Oleum chalked paints to create a custom color
  • Top-coat with chalked matte clear for added protection and durability

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
30 OZ-Ounce

Details

Application Method
Brush
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Whites
Color/Finish
Linen White
Number per Package
2
Paint/Stain Key Features
No additional features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Specialty Finish/Small Project
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Flat/Matte
Specialty Finish
Chalk Finish

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Customer Questions & Answers

Rustoleum Matte Sealer - does it yellow?

Have you tried the Rustoleum matte sealer that goes with the Rustoleum Chalked? I've read that it yellows the linen white. Also, how white is the linen white, is it more of an off-white? I normally use the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and mix the Pure White and Old White 50/50 and seal with the clear wax. I would like to save money if it's worth switching to the Chalked Rustoleum paint. Thank you!
Asked by: oneblessedmommie
The Linen paint is a pure white. I've not used the Rustoleum Matte Sealer yet because I've read many reviews saying that it does yellow over white paint, especially if applied any way other than very thinly or if it pools at all. The reviews I've read also were very positive when it wasn't being used over white paint. It's supposed to be very matte/have minimal sheen if any at all and very durable. But, like I previously wrote, I haven't tried it myself. These are just the results of researching and reading many many reviews from various websites and bloggers.
Answered by: ChrisT
Date published: 2017-02-21

Is the chalk paint tintable?

Wanting turquoise
Asked by: HappycamperINDIANA
I don't know if rustoleum is tintable but I have seen many other brands that are.
Answered by: Lulu
Date published: 2017-07-11

Is it two cans that are 30 oz each? Or two cans that total 30oz?

Asked by: Jill
Two cans 30 oz each.
Answered by: None
Date published: 2017-05-23

How durable is this paint on kitchen cabinets???

Asked by: Cookie
It's fairly durable if sealed with a polycrylic or polyurethane in the kitchen because wax has a tendency to melt in the heat and not offer enough protection in high-use areas. Polycrylic for light colors but polyurethane for others because it's a tougher topcoat.
Answered by: ChrisT
Date published: 2017-01-04
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Customer Reviews

30 oz. Ultra Matte Interior Chalked Paint, Linen White (Case of 2) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Beautiful finish. Goes on easily and has great coverage. This product goes a long ... Great product. Beautiful finish. Goes on easily and has great coverage. This product goes a long way. I have done a large table base and legs, 4 dining chairs and bench, a large desk with chair and a two drawer file cabinet and have only used about half of one can. I'm looking forward to my next project . This product proves that getting a beautiful chalk paint finish doesn't have to cost a fortune.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This chalk paint is very creamy and smooth. I would compare it to Amy Howard or Annie Sloan for ... This chalk paint is very creamy and smooth. I would compare it to Amy Howard or Annie Sloan for consistency of the paint and ease of use. The Linen is a very bright white, not an off white. I expected more of a beige, like other Linen paints. I would definitely use the wax or glaze products over the paints to achieve desired finishes, just because it is so bright. I am more than pleased with my finished product. Great price per oz. I do wish Rustoleum had a larger selection of colors. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful and easy to use Wow, this is great paint!! I like chalk paint because it can be easily applied to most surfaces and looks good alone, antiqued, or with a finish. I ended up using this paint to repaint my bedside tables and all I can say is that it looks fabulous! My bedside tables top surface was already stained, so I ended up painting over it with this white chalk paint. I then waited 30 minutes and sanded it with 150 grit paper and decided to add a second coat (though it wasn't needed). I then waited an hour and used a 220 grit paper to sand the edges until I got my desired rustic look--and I am impressed. It looks awesome! I sealed everything up with the Rust-Oleum Ultra Matte chalk clear. I would HIGHLY recommend the use of a primer because this will prevent the need for additional coats and allow for proper surface preparation. I also used this paint on my Ikea Lack black coffee table and had no issues! I sanded the table first and did not use a primer. I only have one chip in my table, so I'd say that this paint has held up. I'm pretty impressed. Next time I will definitely use a primer to help.
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Word chalk paint EVER I'm not sure how this paint got any good reviews. In less than 10 minutes it becomes gummy hard to put on the white needed 4 coats! That's unheard of for chalk paint and I've used every brand never had any problems. The wax coating is like water and actually took the paint off and left it streaky! Had to completely start over our entire job!
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you follow instructions this paint will look amazing on whatever piece you use it on. People o... If you follow instructions this paint will look amazing on whatever piece you use it on. People on here complaining about bleed through and having to paint more than one coat (the horror! ;)) are not following the CLEARLY printed instructions that advise the use of a primer for bare or treated wood. I used a primer for my previously stained wood chairs and had no issues. Do yourself a favor and take the extra step and use a primer, just one coat will do. Like most things, if used properly, you will get the best results ;)
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I painted a hall table to resell, and this paint is definitely not worth it. The paint is hard to... I painted a hall table to resell, and this paint is definitely not worth it. The paint is hard to put on smoothly, although it did look ok- it definitely needs a primer and a sealer. I used rustoleum matte clear finish, which 'bubble marks' on the surface, and thinned out the paint (I did one thick coat which was originally fine) so that it took on a brownish, streaky appearance. Rustoleum paint was an expensive disappointment, both in time and money.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointed I painted over an oak veneer fireplace and I found that the Rustoleum chalked paint didn't stick the way I thought it should. I've used Country Chic chalk paint and found the coverage much better than Rustoleum. I needed three coats to get complete coverage. But the most disappointing results came from the matte clear protective coating. After applying the coating to my project, it started to pull yellow tones through the linen white paint. I have no idea why this happened but i will need to strip the paint off and start my project again! So disappointing. Will never buy this product again
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have used Annie Sloan chalk paint and when I saw that Rust-oleum had a chalk paint for 1/2 the ... I have used Annie Sloan chalk paint and when I saw that Rust-oleum had a chalk paint for 1/2 the cost of AS, I was excited to try it. I have a lot of Rust-oleum's spray paints and love them for painting hardware. Typically you shouldn't have to prime when using chalk paint, that's the beauty of it. I painted a nightstand and did several coats and spots were all over the piece. At first I couldn't figure it out but after investigating it, I realized it's the wood bleeding through. So disappointed! Chalk paint should not do that! I will have to prime the matching dresser but I'm not sure what to do with this nightstand, start all over and repaint it or heavily distress it? Ugg, I'll stick with my beloved Annie Sloan, she has never let me down! Lesson learned.
Date published: 2017-07-19
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