In case you weren’t already aware, Reclaiming Beautiful carries Fusion paint.
And they just stocked up!
They don’t carry every single one of the colors, but they have pretty good selection of the most popular shades right now.
Fusion Mineral paint is not a chalk paint, it’s an acrylic paint.
I think the thing that I am most impressed by with Fusion Mineral Paint is their commitment to producing products that are safe for both you and the environment. If you are someone who paints a lot of furniture, this is definitely something you should be paying attention to. Fusion™ colors are non-toxic, lead free, virtually odorless and have no volatile organic compounds (VOC’s). They contain no ammonia or formaldehyde. This is definitely not true of every paint on the market, so be sure you know what the paint you are using may contain.
The second thing about Fusion Mineral Paint that really impresses me is the durability of the finish. This paint has a built in topcoat and does not require the addition of wax or poly (although you can add them if you want to for aesthetic reasons). Once cured (curing takes about 21 days), this paint is fully washable and incredibly durable. In fact, it is also waterproof. Many paints say they are acrylic but they contain added ingredients that compromise the finish. Fusion is 100% acrylic, water based with NO added latex or vinyl. All of this with an industrial grade resin means a waterproof, long lasting, durable finish, even outdoors! The paint is also UV resistant, which means it won’t fade over time.
So if you’re looking for a good paint to use to spruce up your outdoor furniture this season, Fusion is a great choice.
This durability also makes Fusion a great choice for shelving. I recently painted the insides of my living room shelves with Fusion’s Raw Silk.
Raw Silk is warm white with a very slightly grey undertone.
Although Fusion makes several shades of white, many painters consider Raw Silk to be the perfect shade of off white.
Another of my personal favorites is called Limestone. Limestone is a creamier warm white.
Of course, white isn’t your only choice with Fusion, they have lots of great colors to choose from. Some of my other favorites are Ash, which is a deep grey …
Park Bench, which is an amazing green …
English Rose which is the perfect Millennial Pink …
And Inglenook which is a pretty pale greenish-blue …
So if you’re thinking of tackling a painting project this weekend, be sure to head over to the shop to find your favorite shade of Fusion!