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Keep It Teal' - Teal Furniture Paint, 1/2 Pint


Keep it Teal: reveals a deep blue-green, dark cyan reminiscent of rejuvenating island waters.Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint is a water-based, low VOC, matte finish paint originally developed for...

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Keep it Teal: reveals a deep blue-green, dark cyan reminiscent of rejuvenating island waters.

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 16 premixed 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.


Smooth Matte Finish


Mixable Palette

Easy Cleanup

Finish your piece with our Guard Dog Topcoat Paint Protector, an acrylic polyurethane available in either matte or satin finish.

One Half-Pint Can covers approximately 37 square feet, dries in approximately1-2 hours under ideal conditions (70° with 25-50% relative humidity) and is the perfect size for small projects or mixing colors. Made in the USA.

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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