Simply Spray In The House

Simply Spray is an amazing product that can be used for virtually any project around the home. The entire house décor can be changed with just a few coats of Simply Spray. Lampshades can be turned from a plain white color into a bright shade of red or a brown tint for a new look. Even aged old furniture can be transformed from the dull color it might have become to a deep purple or dark brown.

Have you ever wanted to try and spice up that old family dining room set? Simply Spray can create endless amounts of patterns that would turn any old family relic into a chic new product.  When holidays are quickly approaching, Simply Spray is a must for the season. The chimney, with deep burgundy Simply Spray, can be improved to look as if it just came from a story book. The front door can be changed to red and white stripes for Christmas, making your door stand out from all the rest by using Simply Spray upholstery fabric paint and pinning it up in the style of a  candy cane.

Simply Spray upholstery fabric paint is perfect for painting any absorbent upholstery fabric, pillows, chairs, carpets and sofas. This product is unlike dyeing which can be messy and difficult, Simply Spray upholstery fabric paint is easy to use and dries quickly. Also, it is 100% non-toxic and safe for your pets and children to crawl and/or lay around on. Our spray is food grade safe with zero CFCs. Plus it cleans up easy, won’t come off on your clothes, and is UV protected.

Here are a few guidelines to the amount of paint required for most projects.  Please keep in mind that these are only estimates and the actual amount of paint you will need varies depending on the size of your project, the type of fabric (how absorbent it is), and how many coats you intend to apply.  

3-6 8oz cans will revitalize a small arm chair (dependent on size).

8-12 cans are needed for a normal sized recliner and ottoman.

12-24 cans are approximately how much is needed for a normal sized couch (dependent on number of cushions).

Also, remember that we suggest multiple light coats, this will use less paint overall.  Then let each coat dry 15 to 20 minutes, this will ensure the additional coats will adhere properly.

Thank you for reading. If you have any additional questions, please email or chat with us and we’ll be happy to help.