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It’s true – you can use MudPaint to paint tile. Truly! Look at the incredible before and after from a MudPaint customer in Wisconsin. Just like painting other rough and/or porous surfaces like terracotta pots, succulent jars and even fireplaces, MudPaint famous adhesion is covering this tile so well! Even on shinier and higher-gloss tiles, a quick cleaning and a good scuff sand will ensure terrific adhesion!
Most of us have a resolution to update our kitchen and never do. We live with dated cabinets, backsplashes, countertops for years saving up money each week to do a whole new kitchen renovation. We forget that with a little paint, we can transform anything. If your kitchen needs help, why not DIY with MudPaint? MudPaint adheres to almost any surface and is easy to use. Tile, cabinets, … you name it!
50/50 Solution of Vinegar and Warm Water, TSP Substitute, or a degreaser
A new sanding pad like our Rad Pad Sanding Pad!
An appropriately-sized container of our Matte Finish Clear Coat
Step 1: Cleaning the tile is the most important step. Remove the grease with a 50/50 solution of vinegar and warm water or TSP Substitute. If they are too dirty, use a degreaser to do the trick.
Step 2: Wash with fresh water after and allow to dry.
Step 3: Rough up the surface with 100 grit pad of the Rad Pad.
Step 4: Wipe off the dust.
Step 5: Cover countertops with newspaper to protect them.
Step 6: Apply first coat of MudPaint with a paint brush.
Step 7: Allow to dry.
Step 8: Apply a second coat if needed.
Step 9: Allow to dry.