Just The Tip  -An Introduction to SeaPaint-  Scroll Below For Video

    Just The Tip -An Introduction to SeaPaint- Scroll Below For Video



    So what is SeaPaint anyway? 

    SeaPaint is a Sea Mineral paint created by JessSea (a crafter and vintage enthusiest with ADHD).  

    SeaPaint is uniquely formulated to make creating rustic & coastal looks a breeze. 

    If you love the weathered wood and layered paint aesthetic, along with distressed furniture and decor, you'll love SeaPaint even more.

    SeaPaint is largely known for its coastal and nature inspired color palette, incredible coverage, impressive dry times, versatility, and supportive community. 

    If you like chalk paint, you'll LOVE SeaPaint.
    SeaPaint covers almost 3 times as much per ounce than chalk paints and it dries in only 3 minutes.
    32 ounces of Chalk Paint = 150 SQ FT
    32 ounces of SeaPaint = 368 SQ FT
    Chalk Paint Dry Times- up to 3 hours
    SeaPaint dry times - 3 minutes
    With SeaPaint, you can create distressed furniture and decor in record time. 

    Paint Perks:

    Matte Finish
    Dries in 3 minutes
    High Coverage
    No Sanding
    No Priming
    No Fumes
    Water Based
    Beautiful, Soft Finish


    How to protect your projects for years to come?
     The easy way. 
    Simply brush on our sealer, SeaGlass.
     Unlike traditional sealers, this one is low odor and dries in 5 minutes.
    It's included in the beginner kit
    Use the chat feature in the bottom right hand corner. (The purple button)
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    Just received my 1st order of paints. I ordered the Mermaid paints. They look so pretty can’t wait to use them but I think I’ll be needing to order the sealer next.
    Thank you

    Armenda Ordoyne

    hi there
    I am new to this and would love to try it, but would be interested in a sample before I commit.
    can you do that?

    Nancy McNair

    I want to paint the cabinets ets in my 20 year old camper. Can this be used on camper cabinets if I sand if their finishes or at least rough it up a bit?


    Is there a written tutorial? I am a reader and can follow written directions better than video as I tend to get distracted with video 😂

    Deanna Davis

    I want to get started and I own my own furniture restoration business. How do I know where to start and how the coverage is and how much I need and so on?

    Nicole Ashworth

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