Product Questions

Product Questions

Product Questions
Questions related to products and its usage
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ALL-IN-ONE Paint has an exterior grade sealer built right in so there is no need to topcoat even on hardwearing surfaces. Read more
You do not! That is the beauty of ALL-IN-ONE Paint! It has a built in bonding primer to help it adhere to slick surfaces. Just clean with our deglosser to thoroughly remove all surface oils and then you're ready to paint. Read more
Our paint products are water-based, low VOC and non-toxic. Read more
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With ALL-IN-ONE Paint you can paint almost every surface inside and outside of your home. That includes wood, laminate, thermofoil, countertops, leather/vinyl, smooth fabrics, plastic, masonry, ceramic/tile, outdoor furniture, leather/vinyl auto seats, convertible tops, boat seats, shutters, front door and more! All without the need to topcoat. Visit our tutorials page to get inspired and see lots of how to's with step by step instructions: www.allinonepaint.com/tutorials Read more
It is really that simple! Most of the videos you'll see on our tutorial page are filmed from Facebook lives. Get yourself a free sample and try it for yourself. Start with a smaller practice piece and you'll be amazed at the professional results even novice painters can get. www.allinonepaint.com/freesample Read more
Very few coatings come with a food safe label. Our paint products are non-toxic, water based, low VOC and self sealing.
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Our paint products are water-based, low VOC, non-toxic, self-sealing and extremely durable once the paint has cured for 30 days. If you prep well and do a good scratch test before the baby is placed in the crib, you should have no fear of it coming off while the baby is teething.
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ALL-IN-ONE Paint has the look and feel of waxed chalk paint but without all of the steps/products and with exterior grade durability. It has a built in bonding primer so that it easily adheres to most surfaces without the need to sand. It has a built in exterior grade sealer making it ideal for hardwearing surfaces inside and outside of your home. It has a beautiful, low luster matte sheen with a buttery feel, much like waxed chalk paint.
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Because our paint is self-sealing, a wax based product will just sit on top of it and not absorb into it as that product intends. That means it will never cure and may come off. We would suggest our Antiquing Gels as a way to antique your piece if that look is desired. Its available is in 4 colors: Weathered Wood (Greige), White Wash (white), Vintage Brown (tea stained brown) and Oil Rubbed Black (warm black). We also have a line of metallic antiquing gels coming soon!
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Yes you can! As long as your existing finish is holding on good and not full of texture, you can Just Clean & Paint! If your existing finish is peeling, chipping or loose, you'll want to sand down those areas until all loose/peeling paint is removed and smooth. If your existing paint finish is full of texture or brush marks, ALL-IN-ONE Paint will settle into that texture. If you would prefer a smooth finish, you'll want to sand that texture down smooth. You do not need to sand to bare wood.
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Just ask Paula and she'll calculate everything you need for your project in a couple of easy steps! www.allinonepaint.com/heypaula

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Just ask Paula and she'll calculate everything you need for your project in a couple of easy steps! www.allinonepaint.com/heypaula

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Yes it can. Some colors may need to thinned with distilled water prior to spraying.
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Paint in general does not cover risen wood grain. However, it can minimize it. If you need to fully get rid of it, you're going to want to use a product called a grain filler that you can find online. However, I would encourage you to paint a door with just paint and see if you're happy with the results before you go through the added steps of filling in the grain.
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You can! If your previous finish is loose, peeling or chipping, you're going to want to sand away the loose and get a smooth surface. If your previous finish is full of texture, our paint will self-level into that texture. You can sand it smooth for best results. You do not need to strip or sand to bare wood. Once you have the issues address, you're good to Just Clean & Paint!
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You can! If your previous finish is loose, peeling or chipping, you're going to want to sand away the loose and get a smooth surface. If your previous finish is full of texture, our paint will self-level into that texture. You can sand it smooth for best results. You do not need to strip or sand to bare wood. Once you have the issues address, you're good to Just Clean & Paint! Please note: It is important to throughly remove any previously applied wax finish. A couple scrubbings of our deglosser shoudl do the trick.
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Yes, it has an exterior grade sealer built right in that is water & UV resistant.
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You do not! That is the beauty of ALL-IN-ONE Paint! It has an exterior grade sealer built right in. Just be sure to clean your surface well with deglosser and give it some time to cure and its rock hard even for hard wearing surfaces.
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We recommend our Satin Coat for use over patterned countertops. This is to create wear layers since people typically clean their counters multiple times a day with harsh cleaners. You can never touchup a pattern you've paintd onto your countertops without it showing. Wear layers give you something to wear away over time that you can replace.
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Techncially ALL-IN-ONE Paint is not a floor grade paint. Those are typically not DIY friendly. With that said, many of our customers have painted their flooring and been very happy with the results. You're basically sanding your floors anytime you walk on them with shoes so I can't say they'll last forever, but hey, what does? Atleast with paint you can always do a quick touchup unlike a factory finish.
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You do not! That is the beauty of ALL-IN-ONE Paint! It has an exterior grade sealer built right in. Just be sure to clean your surface well with deglosser and give it some time to cure and its rock hard even for hard wearing surfaces.
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Like any job, the right tools make all the difference! For best results, we recommend our tools.
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Like any job, the right tools make all the difference! For best results, we recommend our tools.
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Typically 30 mins is safe but you want to be sure the paint is good and dry. If you're concerned that heat and humidity might be playing a factor in the dry time, allow extra time.
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Typically 30 mins is safe but you want to be sure the paint is good and dry. If you're concerned that heat and humidity might be playing a factor in the dry time, allow extra time.
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Yes, you can. You'll need to wash it with soap & water and allow it to dry before painting with it. That's why its always handy to keep a couple of brushes on hand.
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All of our paints work for painting leather/vinyl/smooth fabrics as well as hard surfaces. Just choose the color you love.
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This is a personal preference. We find it easier to paint with the doors on and you can still get a GREAT finish with ALL-IN-ONE Paint. If you remove the doors, you'll need to keep up with what hinge goes in what spot, what door goes where, etc. That can get tricky when you're painting both sides of the doors.
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Use an artist brush and trim around the hinge.
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We suggest waiting about 48 hours and then you can put your cabinets back together. Just be sure to baby the surface for a couple of weeks.
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In the first 30 days, clean with a damp cloth. After that, you can clean with whatever cleaner you'd prefer.
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Most people paint the entire exterior, the interior of the door and the interior cabinet facing. It is rare that people paint inside of the cabinet (where the dishes go).
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This is a permanent product with long lasting durability. There is a great post in the announcements tab of our Facebook group where people have listed how long their cabinets have been painted for, what they've been through and how they're holding up. I think you'll find that useful. Link to the group here: www.allinonepaint.com/freesample

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Because our paint is an exterior grade paint it can hold up to heat. You're good to paint anywhere that fire doesn't touch?
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If you have bonded leather that is peeling, your most permanent and cheapest fix is to peel it all off. You can use a heat gun to make the process easier. Peel it all off and then just paint the underlying fabric with our paint. It will feel like leather/vinyl when you're done. If your bonded leather is flaking, trim and/or sand it smooth to remove all of the loose. Then apply a coat of Bond-N-Flex to seal everything.
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You can, but brushing on a topcoat is always risky. You're running the risk of streaking or cloudiness (especially on dark colors) or yellowing (especially over light colors).

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