Fusion Mineral Paint has brought out a brilliant new product called Transition.
Are you wanting to bring a touch of sustainability to your projects? If so, you should definitely consider using Transition. This brand new product can add an elegant look to any project and cut down on the time you need to spend adding coats. Not only that, but it is made from recycled Fusion paint!
In this post, I'll show you exactly why it's so amazing. Stay tuned...
The brand new Transition paint from Fusion is an excellent and effective way to save money during your projects. "Why?" I hear you ask. It streamlines going from a dark to light colour and is half the price of regular paint. It will also save you time by only needing to paint fewer coats.
This product actually used to be called "Concealer", but because so many people mistakenly thought it was a primer, Fusion decided to redevelop the paint. If you find yourself needing to use more than three coats during a project, then this paint is for you!
**Remember, all Fusion products are natural. When you use a primer with their products, you undo all natural benefits from the paint.
How to use it:
- Begin with your dark starting colour.
- Apply one coat of Casement and let dry for 4 - 8 hours.
- Apply one coat of Transition over Casement.
- After 4 - 8 hours, apply one coat of Casement over Transition.
Transition is excellent when sandwiched between 2 coats of Fusion! One of my favourite things about this paint is that it will not bleed through, but remember that dry time is super important between coats. Different climates/humidity will affect dry times.
- Cheaper than normal paint.
- It saves you from using more paint.
- Eco friendly as it is made from recycled Fusion paint.
This is also great for use on black leather. Remember to give the leather a good clean with white spirit before painting, as you want to ensure there is no wax residue.
And that’s it!! So have fun with it, I would suggest testing it out on a piece of wood or cardboard before going straight onto your furniture.
Don’t forget to tag me in your master pieces!