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Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint

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  • Product Type Product Type Water Based
  • Recoat Time Recoat Time 1-2 Hours
  • Application Method Application Method Brush, Roller, Sprayer
  • Coverage Coverage Up to 12.5m2 per 750ml

The Frenchic Lazy Range is an award-winning furniture paint with a wax style chalk and mineral formula. It is water-based which means it's low in VOC and pretty much odourless, self-priming and self-levelling which means no brush or roller marks.

It has a soft, low sheen finish and is suitable for use on interior furniture, interior wood, laminate and metal. 

Applying Frenchic The Lazy Range

For best results applying 2 coats using a brush or roller. It can be sprayed but we'd recommend thinning by 15% with water and applying 3 coats if using this method. 

Frenchic The Lazy Range

  • Safe for use on children's toys and furniture
  • Soft sheen finish
  • Water-based
  • Low VOC
  • C&C disabled Yes
  • Weight 1.000000
  • Colour-match No
  • Application Brush, Roller, Sprayer
  • Product Application Brush, roller or spray
  • Coverage Up to 12.5m2 per 750ml
  • Recoatable 1-2 Hours
  • Thinning Water
  • Number of Coats 2
  • QTY in Pack 1 Pack
  • Surface Interior Wood
  • Water or Oil Based Water Based
Customer Questions
Is this suitable for exterior UPVC ?

Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint is suitable for interior use only so we wouldn't advise applying to exterior uPVC. We recommend any of our uPVC paints that can be found here.

Can i paint this directly onto bare oak bookcases without priming or undercoating?
Yes, Frenchic The Lazy Range can be applied directly to bare oak as it's a self-priming paint designed for furniture.
Can Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint be used on walls?
We don't recommend applying Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint to walls, it is best kept to furniture.
Can you paint this straight onto laminated bedroom furniture without lightly sanding first?
Yes, you can apply Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint without any priming or sanding.
How long does Frenchic Lazy Range take to dry?
The Frenchic Lazy Range is typically dry between 45 minutes and an hour. We recommend can usually recoat after 2 hours, however this does depend on the furniture you are applying this to. Ensure the paint is dry completely between coat rather than painting the coats too quickly.
How long do you need to leave between coats of Frenchic Lazy Range?
We suggest you leave 2 hours between reapplying coats, for the best results we recommend 2-3 thin coats being applied.
Hi Can you please tell me what finish does your lazy paint leave on Kitchen cupboards i.e is it matt or sheen? Many Thanks
The Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint has a soft sheen finish
Can I paint the Lazy range straight onto a previously Annie Sloane painted and waxed chest of drawers?
Yes, The Frenchic Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint can be used on previously painted and waxed furniture.
Is the paint waterproof can I wipe down surfaces ?
Yes, The Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint can be wiped.
Can you paint directly onto mdf?
Yes, The Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint can be applied. We do always recommend doing a patch test first.
Can I apply to furniture with a roller?
Yes, The Frenchic The Lazy Range Paint can be applied by a roller
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