SeaSpell SeaPaint Coverage - it must be magic
So just how far does SeaPaint go?
Being that I've been using SeaPaint for years, I'm fully aware of its impressive coverage. What I wasn't anticipating was just HOW impressive. It wasn't enough to "know" it's better. I needed to know the math. HOW much better is it really?
The leading brands across the board cover 150 sq ft or less with 32 ounces of paint.
Using 2 ounces of SeaPaint, I decided it was time to do a little math.
I gathered my measuring tools, my mermaid paint brush, and what I thought was a really large board.
Notice how big of a dent this whole board put in the magical nectar that we call SeaPaint? I was less than thrilled with this though. I started to worry that I may need to start just painting the walls to complete my calculation.
Realizing I had a cabinet door in my studio, I quickly coated it with Navy Sailor too. A dent was almost noticeable at this point. At this rate though, I would have to paint my bathroom cabinets to finish what would most likely be the most important math problem of my life.
Having come this far, I wasn't about to stop now. The curiosity was too great and quite frankly the #seacult deserved to know. With my brush in hand, I moved onto the bedroom. I spotted a lingerie chest. Perfect. That should do it.
I started painting one side. Then the other side. The chest was nearly covered by the time I reached the bottom of my measly two ounces.
With only 2 ounces of SeaPaint I had painted 23 sq ft. The leading brands didn't even cover 10. I must have redid the math 13 times. When it finally hit me, just how magical SeaSpell SeaPaint really is, I started shaking. Then crying. Ridiculous right? My whole body was shaking as I realized that I had without a doubt, created the most magical paint on earth. The joy was overwhelming, but suddenly I couldn't stop laughing. I must have been the quintessential mad scientist at that point.
The funny thing is you see, they said I was obsessed and likely crazy.
They said SeaPaint was nothing special, just another chalky paint on the market.
They said I was nothing special too, but they were wrong.
Mermaids are special indeed and mermaids use SeaPaint.