Used this to re-do an entire bedroom set. It took 3-1/2 cans to complete and two coats to completely cover. Works well, but I found I had to sand in between coats. Very soft brush or high-quality short-nap roller both left a bumpy surface. Finished with the Matte Clear Protective Topcoat for extra durability. Pictures don't show true color.
I had a large stone wall to white wash and the results were great! I thought since the can was a under a quart that it wouldn't be enough for my project, but since I added about 50-60% water, it stretched further. I only ended up needing 1 can. There is another wall and sitting area that isn't pictured, that was painted as well.
This chalk paint was great. Smooth and easy to apply. We painted our kitchen cabinets which were very dark. We used two coats of Kilz oil-based primer and then one to two coats of the chalk paint then topped it off with the rust-oleum clear matte top coat.
Painted our dining table with the chalked spray can. We lightly sanded table top and stand and wiped down with denatured alcohol. Well the stand turned out great but the table top looked terrible! I think it was too large of an area to spray. So I Resanded it and purchased a quart of charcoal chalked paint. Instead of spraying I rolled the paint on using a foam 4 inch roller. This time it turned out great! I sealed it with the chalked matte sealer.