How to Use Chalk Mineral Paint

What is Chalk Mineral Paint?

Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint is a water-based paint with adhesive qualities designed to eliminate the need to sand, prime or prep.

Perfect for furniture and DIY projects, just choose your favorite color from our palette of 64 stunning colors, clean your creation with White Lightning, and start painting with a damp brush.

Our chalk mineral paint has great coverage, self levels, and self seals. Dixie Belle Paint is the #1 Leading Chalk Mineral Paint Company in the USA!

Dixie Belle Paint Surfaces

Dixie Belle Paint adheres to wood, walls, glass, ceramics, metal, mirrors, plastic, fabric, concrete, leather, even styrofoam or cardboard!

You do not have to put a top coat on it, but you can if you’re interested in creating a different look and feel on the finished piece. We have a variety of waxes, glazes and clear coats that you can put on top of the paint.

Check out this tutorial from our founder, Suzanne!

Dixie Belle Paint Finish

Your masterpiece will dry quickly with a beautiful, matte finish!

Dixie Belle Paint is thick so a little goes a long way. The longer the lid stays off the thicker it will get.

If you like a thinner look, just add a little water and stir.

Dixie Belle Paint Sizes

Dixie Belle Paint comes in 8 oz, 16 oz, and 32 oz sizes!

8-ounce will cover 38 square feet.

16-ounce will cover 75 square.

32-ounce of will cover 150 square feet.

Dixie Belle Paint Coats

If you’re painting with a darker color, a single coat will usually do.

If it’s a lighter color, you will probably need two. Add your second coat after about 30 minutes.

Did you know?

You can use Dixie Belle Paint in a spray paint gun with a solution of 8 ounces of paint to 2 ounces of distilled water or Floetrol!

Learn more about getting started here! Find your local retailer here to start shopping!

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  1. Vernon Ley says:

    Can I repaint Dixie Belle paint over Gator clear coat without having to sand the Gator?

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Vernon,
      Yes, and no needing to sand as long as you did thin layers of the previous Gator Hide!

  2. Danielle Bolster says:

    Can I use the caviar mineral paint on a wall as an accent color? Do I use a roller since itโ€™s a wall??

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Danielle! Yes, you can! And yes, you can use a roller. ?

  3. Michelle McGarry says:

    Hi!

    I’ll be starting my first project with Dixie Belle products and I have a question:
    After I clean with White Lightening, prime with Slick Stick, paint with Teal Chalk Mineral Paint, and then apply a satin clear coat. Do I need to apply Gator Hide last? The piece of furniture I’m painting is a laminated desk, which will be a working desk.

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Michelle! You do not need to apply Satin Clear Coat and Gator Hide. If you’d like extra durability, we recommend using Gator Hide ?

  4. Giacinta Roupas says:

    Hi what steps and products would work best for cabinets?

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi there! Here’s a video that shows how to paint your cabinets! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tKYEUgmN50&t=1s

  5. Sydney says:

    Hi! I would like to paint my particle board dresser in the Bunker hill blue color. It is currently black. First question: do I really not need to sand or prime since it is black? Second: will this paint adhere to particle board, or do I need to use some other product as well? Thanks!

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Sydney! If the surface of your dresser is slick, we recommend priming with Slick Stick to give the paint something to grip to. If the surface is not slick, you can simply clean thoroughly with White Lightning and then paint ๐Ÿ™‚

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