A: Yes, this product can be used on fabrics.
A: I have never tried using chalk paint on fabric. The container said this paint is "ideal for use on furniture, cabinets, walls, decorative glass, metal, and more." None of those are anything like fabric, so my guess would be "no".
A: Yes, it can...but only for decorative purposes only, like a throw pillow or place mat, etc. It cannot be washed and will dry hard, so it is not flexible like an actual fabric paint. -DecoArt Paint Guru
A: Chris, You can use Chalky Finish to paint fabrics, but only for decorative purposes (handbags, decorative throw pillows, placemats, wall hangings, etc). It will adhere to the cushions, but will make them hard when the paint dries and will crack when used. This paint is not formulated to be flexible when dry. DecoArt Paint Guru
A: Enchanted is close to an light Olive Green color or Light Avocado green. Attached is the link to the swatch on HomeDepot.com: https://www.homedepot.com/s/amercicana%2520decor%2520enchanted?NCNI-5 -DecoArt Paint Guru
A: Yes, but it will take 2 coats for sure. The dining table I painted was actually a cherry veneer that didn't match the new home we moved into...which we then had professionally repainted black (which started peeling off pretty quickly to reveal the veneer) so I had to do something, and fast, so I tried the Americana Decor Primitive (along with a couple of other colors as you'll see in the image)...it took 2 coats without sanding and has lasted longer than the "professional" job. Go for it!
A: That's a great question...The Primitive Chalky finish would cover the Cherrywood finish, but would caution you that it is not heat resistant. If there is a great deal of heat generated from the fireplace, it may discolor the paint over time. If the heat is minimal, it should be fine - however, since we're unsure of the heat level, we cannot guarantee that it will work. -DecoArt Paint Guru