Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint | Green & Blackboard Spray Paint
Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint | Green & Blackboard Spray Paint
Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint | Green & Blackboard Spray Paint

Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint | Green & Blackboard Spray Paint

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Rustoleum Chalkboard Spray Paint is the best green board or blackboard paint available in the market for DIY purposes! Perhaps, as of now you only know that chalkboard paint is being used to make writable-erasable board but apart from that it can be used for decoration purposes as well. You can see the DIY projects that have completed with Rustoleum’s chalkboard spray here. Our product is ideal to use for surfaces such as wood, metal, plastic, glass, paperboard and more. Black chalkboard spray has more than 74% 5 ★★★★★ ratings at amazon.com which means 250+ positive reviews.

Features of Rustoleum Chalkboard Spray Paint

  • Ready to use product – No need of paint brush, thinner, and other stuffs.
  • Works on several surfaces including glass.
  • Perfect for DIY interior decoration.
  • Fast drying so that you can make chalkboard surface in a short period of time.

Tip for best result: Once your board is ready, rub the side of chalk on entire surface and erase.

Best Practices to Use Rustoleum Chalkboard Spray Paint




Chalkboard Spray Paints Instructions for Best Results


Whether you are painting or cleaning or doing any other job, it is very necessary to follow proper instructions to get best results! There are many important factors including preparing surface, appropriate spraying techniques, analysis for additional coatings etc. Truworth will let you know all these essential factors in detail so that you can achieve best finish.


Preparing Your Surface: This is the first and most important thing to do if you want durable finish. In direct-words, coats of paint successfully bond to the surface if it is properly cleaned. Thus, your job must start from Inaugurating! Put out all dirt, dust, grease/oil (if any), and other contaminants from the surface with appropriate cleaning method. Possibly, you may want to apply chalkboard on the object which is already painted. In this case, you need to take care of loose paints and rust. If there is any removable paint or rust, you need to remove the same by using sandpaper or wire brush. It is advised to use primer for rusted surfaces and surfaces like steel.


Application of Chalkboard Spray: You may have used brush paint several times to paint your household items but the application of aerosol spray is bit different. People often think that job will be completed without any imperfection by pressing the spray nozzle only which is completely wrong. Before you begin spraying, you must shake your cane for a minute. Thereafter start painting your object with light coats. Keep your spray cane 20-25 cm away from the surface and maintain this distance while spraying. You also need to keep your cane in motion during spray for even finish.


Additional Tips for Using to Use Chalkboard Aerosol Spray Cans


  • If you feel recoat is necessary then do that within an hour after 24 hours.
  • Do not use aerosol spray cans near open flame.
  • Never inject/insert any object in cane if nozzle doesn’t work.
  • Pull off the nozzle and treat the same with solvents like mineral spirits if there is any issue of clogging.

Check out these best ideas to use chalkboard spray paints.

Properties of Specialty Chalkboard Spray Paint


Brand SPECIALTY
Manufacturer Rust-Oleum
Resin Type Acrylic Modified Alkyd
Pigment Type Carbon Black (1913830), Silica (302487)
Solvents Acetone, Butyl Acetate, Mineral Spirits, VM&P Naphtha, Xylene
Weight 312 Grams
Practical Coverage at Recommended
DFT (assumes 15% material loss)
Approximately 7 sq.ft./can
Dry Times at 70-80ºF
(21-27ºC) and 50%
Relative Humidity
Trackfree in 20 minutes and
re-coat within 24 hours
Dry Heat Resistance 200°F (93°C)
Shelf Life 5 years
Flash Point >-156°F (-104°C)
Safety Information For additional information, see MSDS
Technical Data Sheet Click here