Black Dog Salvage - 'Clean Canvas' - White Furniture Paint, Quart 946ml (32 fl. oz.)
Clean Canvas: a true white, crisp and clean. It can be applied to your project by itself or mixed with any of our colors to create the tint of your choice. Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint is a...
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Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint is a water-based, low VOC, matte finish paint originally developed for our custom design shop. Our goal was to create a safe and easy to use paint that is customizable for our, and now your, furniture projects. Made in small batches in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, our paint line includes 15 pre-mixed colors, including a true black and white, affording you the ability to mix custom tints and shades. There is no limit to the colors you can create. Black Dog Furniture Paint dries to a velvety, smooth, matte finish and can be used on a multitude of surfaces including glass, metal, wood, and ceramics. Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint can be applied over paint, varnish, lacquer, or poly. Apply the paint to a clean, smooth surface using either the brush of your choice or a paint sprayer. Easily create distressed effects, washes, or bright bold contemporary finishes with our expandable palette. One Quart can Covers Approximately 150 square feet and dries to approximately 1-2 hours under ideal conditions (70° with 25-50% relative humidity).
• Water Based
• Smooth Matte Finish
• Low VOC
• Mixable Palette
• Easy Clean Up
Finish your piece with our Guard Dog Furniture Paint Protector, an acrylic polyurethane available in either Matte or Satin finish.
Preserving History – Piece by Piece
Black Dog Salvage is a prominent architectural salvage company based in Roanoke, Virginia, and is featured on Salvage Dawgs, a documentary-style television show. The Black Dog team saves historical architecture pieces from homes and properties set for demolition and then incorporates them into custom furniture and other design elements in their custom wood and metal shop. Woodcraft has partnered with Black Dog Salvage to create products that help people repurpose their own finds easily.
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Woodcraft is now the exclusive retailer for a brand-new furniture paint and topcoat developed by Black Dog Salvage, a prominent architectural salvage company based in Roanoke, Virginia, that is also the home of the reality-style TV show Salvage Dawgs.
Thousands of weekend warriors gathered at the Ohio Expo Center Friday through Sunday, September 9-11, for The Columbus Dispatch Home & Garden Show. Robert Smith, owner of the Columbus Woodcraft, and his sales team were on hand to help attendees prepare for their fall and winter projects, as well as showcase new products.
Black Dog Salvage makes its mark on Columbus with a furniture paint training class at the Woodcraft store
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started on fall decorating and painting projects.
Woodcraft Supply is celebrating 90 years as a major woodworking industry retailer with 76 retail stores in 35 states, including Hawaii.
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the 73rd National Hardware Show, Woodcraft won an award for excellence in packaging
designed for Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint. Woodcraft was one of over
90 companies exhibiting in the Made in USA Product Display within the show.
Woodcraft is one of several retail sponsors for the General Finishes 2018 Design Challenge that began July 18 and will continue through August 7. Contest categories offer a wide range of opportunities to win. Find out more!
Upon completion of a bed for my daughter, here I was with the finish decision. Going against better judgement I chose a new paint, and with this ran through a number of issues with application. Going with my turbines manufacturing viscosity, and a 1.8 mm nozzle the paint was difficult to atomize and was setting up dry and splotchy. Then came the thinning the manufacturer recommended no more than 20% by volume thinning, but to be able to achieve any sort of uniform coverage I had to thin somewhere between 30 and 40 percent. Coverage is still transparent at 3 coats, and eggshell textured once dry. attempted the same spraying with an automotive sprayer at a lower and higher air pressure and different nozzles from a 1.4 to a 2 mm nozzle with similar results. If sanding and disappointment are desired in you future, I would not recommend this paint in a spray application. Chalk this up to a 150 dollar life lesson of sticking with what you know, and doing the finish schedule, not rushing to get Christmas gifts finished in a rush.