The multipack version of the Midnight Black Upholstery Paint can transform your furniture, carpets, cushions, curtains, blinds, pillows, sheets, bath mats, towels, patio furniture, clothing or even act as a car interior paint. Essentially, if it’s a fabric that can absorb water, you can easily change its colour.
This multipack includes a generous 6 spray’s and allows you to save a good 15-20% over the individual spray price, so it’s great for big projects such as changing or renewing an armchair (see our “coverage” tab to get an idea of how much you will need).
The Midnight Black Upholstery Spray Paint dries permanently yet remains perfectly flexible (it will not peel or rub off), giving a good professional finish. The special upholstery formula uses a food-safe gas as a propellant so it is completely non-toxic.
- Does not peel or rub off
- UV protected
- CFC Free
- Water-based and non-toxic
- Safe for children
- Does not require heat to dry
- Can be used on exterior and interior surfaces
- Perfect for almost any absorbent material
Upholstery Paint: Choosing the Right Colour
When choosing your colour, please be aware that our paint absorbs into the fabric, instead of sitting on top of it (this is why it dries soft). For this reason, you will need to choose a colour that is darker than your fabric.
Since upholstery paint is not totally opaque, the base colour can influence the final colour, therefore we recommend you stay within the same colour family if possible, or choose a darker colour such as black or charcoal.
Quick Check: Make sure the Midnight Black Upholstery Paint will work
Before adding this to your basket you can carry out a quick test to see if it is suitable to use on your fabric. As a general rule, if your fabric absorbs water, then the upholstery paint should work. However, if your fabric is coated in some way and water isn’t absorbed, then you might be better off with one of our vinyl spray paints.
So before you order, you can simply pour some water onto the fabric to see if it’s absorbed, or if it runs off.