Rust-Oleum Garden Furniture Paint 750ml
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Renovate and transform garden furniture with Rust-Oleum Chalky Finish Garden Furniture Paint. With an ultra durable, scubbable, soft touch matt finish, it brings a new lease of life and colour to garden furniture.

Touch dry in 1 hour. Recoat in 4 hours

Covers up to 14m² per litre

Perfect for most garden furniture surfaces

Two coats recommended

No priming or sanding necessary on most surfaces




Here’s what you need to know:

  • The paint can be used directly onto wood (bare or painted), brick, stone, plaster or any suitably primed rigid surface (metal, plastic etc) 
  • Mould and algae resistant*
  • 6 years performance**
  • * The product contains biocide to protect the dried film from fungal degradation. ** The paint film is designed to resist cracking and peeling and blistering for up to 6 year before first maintenance. 

Features and benefits:

  • Modern, smooth, matt finish
  • Durable and easy to clean
  • Water resistant protection
  • Exceptional coverage in just one coat
  • No priming or sanding necessary on most surfaces (simply ensure surfaces are smooth, dry and free from contaminants) 
  • Works great over old paint, varnish and wax
  • No need to wax or lacquer the finished paint work
  • For exterior use

Useful Information

    Rust-Oleum Chalky Garden Furniture Paint Product Information Sheet

    Rust-Oleum Chalky Garden Furniture Paint Safety Data Sheet

    Learn more by watching our YouTube DIY video

    Technical Specification


    Smooth, chalky matt paint

    Primer required:


    Use where:


    Use on:

    Wood (bare or painted) brick, stone, plaster or any suitably primed rigid surface (metal, plastic etc)


    Water-based, virtually odourless.


    Up to 14m² per litre

    Drying time:

    Touch dry in 1 hour. Recoat after 4 hours 


    Number of coats:

    Two coats recommended



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    • A: We do not recommend adding anything to any of our coatings as it can affect the chemical composition and cause them to fail. I would also suggest a brush or roller is the best way to apply this product- a spray gun may work but we haven't tested it in this fashion and you may lose coverage.

    • A: Not for use directly onto metal. Use a suitable metal primer if necessary- remove rust by abrading first to create a sound surface

    • A: This is fine to use on any suitably prepared wooden surface

    • A: Hi, the tins are 750ml and wiThe tins are 750ml and will give approx.