I'm still on the fence about it. It doesn't come in a whole lot of colors and it seems like the fabric would have to be in good condition so it might not be that useful. Most of the chairs I find as revamp candidates have a few (if not many) threadbare areas. I think I'd need to feel it in person too, I'm too picky about texture!Alecia@ ChickenScratchny.com
I've never used the spray paint version, but have used the additive that you add to regular paint...I used it on a chair that was in good condition and was an olive green, 70s type fabric. It took a few coats, but it has held up really good. It almost had a vinyl type feel, which I like when I have a little one ...and the chair is white, it's a good combo.
That looks really interesting but what kind of texture would it feel like? I'm thinking it would feel plastic-y
I would also love to know how well this works. I just received a rocker for my nursery yesterday but it is a ivory/light tan rather than a pure white. It looks dingy next to the other white things in the room. I was thinking I could paint it, but am very nervous.I've also seen people use Simply Spray: http://www.simplyspray.com/product/simply-spray-upholstery-fabric-paint/
I used it on a stroller I bought at a garage sale it was black, but kind of faded. I tried this stuff. It worked well on some of the stroller like the canopy, but it faded once again and for the first few times I used the stroller, I found black on my baby's legs. Even though I painted it the summer before I had him. I dont know Id use it on something I sit on. It really depends on th fabric with that stuff.
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