So what is it to be? Are you confused? Is it enough to make you go and lay down?
Every day I get asked these questions, 'what is the best Paint to use' and 'what is the difference between Fusion Mineral Paint and Annie Sloan Chalk Paint or Milk Paint by Fusion'
So the best place to start is to grab a coffee and look at the facts-
The biggest difference is that Fusion Mineral Paint is not a Chalk Paint, it does not contain any chalk.
Chalk Paint and milk paint really needs to be sealed once painted as it is very porous and this will create a barrier and prevent it absorbing dust and dirt from the air and oil from hands.
Fusion Mineral Paint does not need to be sealed as it has a built in top coat. Although just as with Chalk Paint you can add coloured wax to enhance your finish.
Both paints can be distressed and given an aged look.
Fusion Mineral Paint is waterproof and washable whereas chalk paint would need to have a varnish type finish to make it waterproof. Milk Paint by Fusion can also be used outdoors and can be left sealed or unsealed!
Both paints can be applied to most surfaces with minimal preparation.
Fusion Mineral Paint has an acrylic base and is not only washable but truly scrubbable once fully cured and so is a good choice where extra durability is required!
Hopefully I have answered some of your questions! Pop in store if you ever have any more, or book on to one of our workshops for some hands on experience!