Vintage Storehouse Chalky Powder to a gallon of paint
Great question about VS chalky powder measurements!
While working in my booth the other day painting a buffet, a lady asked me a question of how much powder would it take for a gallon. One of those things that you need to do and it keeps skipping your mind.
I never have liked math but I promised them I would figure it out once I got home and post it for her. So I got out the old pencil and paper and of course the calculator.
It takes 2 Tablespoons of Vintage Storehouse Chalky Powder per cup of paint and 1 Tablespoon of water per cup.
2TBSP chalky powder per cup of paint
1TBSP water per cup of paint
There are 2 cups of paint to a pint——–2 TBSP of powder x 2 cups of paint = 4 TBSP of powder
1 TBSP of water x 2 cups paint = 2 TBSP of water
There are 4 cups of paint to a quart——–2 TBSP of powder x 4 cups of paint = 8 TBSP of powder
1 TBSP of water x 2 cups of paint = 4 TBSP of water
There are 16 cups of paint to a gallon——-2 TBSP of powder x 16 cups of paint = 32 TBSP of powder
1 TBSP of water x 16 cups of paint = 16 TBSP of powder
there are 16 TBSP in 1 cup so you need 2 cups powder per gallon of paint and 1 cup of water
Here are a few projects I have done with Vintage Storehouse Chalky Powder
This is a frame I did quite awhile back and the day I put it out for sale, she was gone!
If you would like purchase Vintage Storehouse Chalky Powder just stop by the store
I have not had a chance to do a video using VS chalk powder you can stop by their page and she has a few tutorials there. Until I can get the chance for another video..see ya next time.