Before starting to spray paint, read the Krylon® labels for safety and application instructions. The pictured project required a full can.
Paint the rectangular piece of plywood with Krylon® Chalkboard Paint in Black. For the pictured look, use three coats. Allow the Krylon® Chalkboard Paint to 24 hours before first use with chalk.
Once the frame and plywood chalkboard are fully dried, assemble the coat rack.
Secure the chalkboard from the backside using ½ inch nails. For pictured project, 18 gauge nails in an air nailer were used.
Measure 12 inches in from each side and add the ½ inch thick trim boards as separators with ¾ inch long nails. You’ll end up having a total of three 12 inch sections of chalkboard once the separators are added.
Add three rack hangers centered under each chalkboard section and secure using ½ inch long screws.
Find the studs in the wall and then secure the coat rack using 3-inch long wood screws.
Get Inspired To Spray
Wood and spray paint are a great combo. Go big and revive a piece of furniture. Go small and revamp a decorative box.