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 line created by JessSea that makes creating rustic & coastal looks, an absolute crafty dream.

It's largely known for its coastal color palette, incredible coverage, impressive dry times, its versatility, and its supportive community. 

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Did I mention the coverage?
Look how it compares.
32 ounces of Chalk Paint = 150 SQ FT
32 ounces of SeaPaint = 368 SQ FT
As great as SeaPaints are, our true claim to fame is our Secret Formula.
This gem of a product replaces smelly paints, stains, and glazes. 
CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO BROWSE OUR SECRET SHADES
This formula is incredibly versatile and easy to spot because each shade has  the word SECRET in the name.
It's mostly known for its 60 second dry times and its extreme versatility
No fumes. No wait. It's great.
When your beginner kit arrives, promise me you'll try this technique below.
It's my absolute favorite. 
 
One last thing.
To finish off your projects, you'll need our topcoat, SeaGlass.
Forget waxing to seal.
It takes too long for starters.
THIS is the easy way. 
Simply brush on our sealer instead. 
Lasts longer than wax sealers too. Winning. 
It's included in the beginner kit
 Unlike traditional sealers, this one is low odor and dries in 5 minutes.
 
Thanks for stopping by. We appreciate your time.
QUESTIONS?
text us the word help to 321-384-6277 

   To learn more, text us the word help to 321-384-6277 

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13 comments

Can you use SeaPaint for silk screening as oppose to Speedball ink?

Helen

I have my own business in interior and custom furniture design. How can I become a rep? Do you do sponsorships on web pages or blogs

Lori Snavely

Do you sell wholesale?
Or how do you become a rep?
Thank you,
Ann Kelly

Ann Kelly

Do all the paints work on glass or is there a specific paint that should be used?

When painting on glass, is there any specific glass prep that should be done prior to applying the paint.

BTW- love all the colors available!

Rosie

I just did my first sign with stencils. When I read about different products it seems confusing. Do you have a beginners set?

Shirley

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