I have been waiting since last August to show you that I painted my bathtub with
ANNIE SLOAN CHALK PAINT and a recent photo shoot has aloud me to share it with you now.
I didn't want to tell you back when I first did it because it was new and fresh and clean and who
 knows if it would hold up over time.
Well almost a year later and it has held up perfectly, fyi we are in and out of the shower every day.
doesn't it look amazing now?             and here it is 5 years ago
Plz understand I just painted the outside, not the inside of the tub where the water is.
I brushed the first coat on and left it for a day or so because it is very fragile when drying on
such as smooth porcelain finish. I then waxed it and added a second coat.
Yes you can paint ASCP right over the wax!!!
I smile from ear to ear everytime I walk past that room and don't see that harvest gold anymore!

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  1. That's interesting! Painting a bath tub with ASCP. You can do literally anything with this paint :-).


  2. That's funny, I saw your bathroom on Pinterest this morning. I didn't realize it was yours. I love the chandy. Very classy.

  3. I LOVE this!!!! Have been using and selling the paint now for over a year and never heard of this:) I have an aqua tub at home that is getting a makeover real soon!!:)

  4. Fascinating - how long did you let the finish cure before subjecting it to such hard wear? I am currently using spray acrylic under AS wax on a piece in a regularly wet area, and I just can't decide if I should let it sit or put it to use! (I am not convinced that the acrylic covered well, so I want the wax to protect as well as possible!)



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