Color Shot Charcoal Gray Indoor Upholstery Fabric Paint (8oz Can)
Change the look of an old pillow, give new life to a faded awning, or make a dull rug a fun new hue - the possibilities are endless for you to Spray it New!
Color Shot works great on your indoor upholstery needs. This revolutionary fabric paint is permanent and will not peel or rub off once the dye has set (72 hours). Color Shot does not require heat, and is great for use on interior and exterior surfaces. So don’t throw your favorite piece away - Spray it New with this miracle in a can!
Remember when choosing your colors that our paint absorbs into the fabric instead of sitting on top of it (which is why it dries soft), so you'll need to pick a color that is darker than your fabric. Basically, you can paint a tan couch brown, but you cannot paint a brown couch tan. Since our paint is not opaque, the base color can influence the final color, so we recommend you stay within the same color family, or choose a very dark color, such as black or charcoal. Always remember to test a small area first to make sure you like what you see!
For even coverage, we recommend spraying a few lighter coats instead of one heavy coat, allowing each coat to dry completely (about 30 minutes). To get the most usage from your can, we recommend spraying a THIN coat first and allowing it to dry for 20 minutes. This thin coat will act as a "primer" and subsequent full coats can adhere and give you even, consistent coverage while using less paint.
The more absorbent your fabric, the more paint it will need, so make sure that you order enough to achieve the exact color you are looking to obtain.
If you'd like more information on a color before purchasing, please contact us at email@example.com. For more tips and frequently asked questions, click on FAQs at the top of this page. We want you to be satisfied, so if the color arrives, and it's not what you were expecting, just send us back the unopened can for a full refund.
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.