Fusion Mineral Paint - Casement
FUSION™ MINERAL PAINT IS A PROFESSIONAL PAINT FOR THE EVERYDAY DIY’ER.
With exceptional ease of application, Zero VOC formulation with high hiding coverage and a built-in top coat, it’s easy to Paint it Beautiful with Fusion™! With over 50 gorgeous colours to choose from, you can tackle any project small or large!
Go from inspired to admired in a few hours. Add colour, reinvent and enjoy your time to create. Live with things you love and DIY the rest. Pick your project, bring home a pot of mineral inspiration, and Paint it Beautiful!
- Zero VOC
- Minimal prep work
- Easy application
- Exceptional coverage
- Gorgeous matte finish
- No top coat required
For busy-DIYers, Fusion™ Mineral Paint is the only choice for exceptional colour, coverage and durability. Unlike our competitors, we create our paint from the pigments up, and formulate it for lasting results. Our customers return again and again because Fusion™ Mineral Paint is supported by a knowledgeable retail network, that when paired with our product line, makes it easy to Paint it Beautiful!
QUALITY CONTROL AT IT’S FINEST
Each batch goes through rigorous quality control, ensuring that the paint will not separate or harden in the container for 7 years. We are able to achieve this by using only the best available ingredients on the market. Our formulation is 100% uniquely ours, formulated from the ground up. You will not be able to find a duplicate on the market that compares!
We invite you to come and see how paint is made behind the scenes and how we ensure strict quality control here.
Fusion™ colours are non-toxic, lead free, virtually odourless and have no volatile organic compounds (VOC) and contain no ammonia or formaldehyde.
A friend of mine introduced me to the Fusion brand of paint. I watched several videos on the Fusion Mineral website along with YouTube Videos which were excellent. I was painting a light oak cabinet white. I cleaned the surface and sanded. I also applied a filling caulk at the joint of the door frame and panel. The end panel of the cabinet was a plastic laminate. The Casement product had excellent adhesion to all my surfaces. I applied small areas and did a cross hatch tape snap test to assess adhesion. I used a white Valspar primer-sealer for added opacity and applied very thin using a synthetic brush. I sanded the surface of the primer for enhanced smoothness. I applied the Fusion Casement white paint in a very thin layer using a flat synthetic brush. After 4 hours I recoated with a subsequent layer. After 12 hours I sanded with 320 grit 3M abrasive on a rigid block and removed residue. I put a final layer again using a synthetic brush. The paint dries quickly so the extender offered by Fusion would have helped because the doors and cabinet sides had large areas and it was hard to reach it around the toilet. I would recommend taking care with the lighting at the job site so you can see what you are doing. The resulting gloss of the finished job was low and my wife preferred a satin finish. I purchased the Matte and Gloss wipe on Tough coat and applied them using a four-inch velour. The Matte coating applied in 2 coats gave me the desired gloss. Wife is happy (at least with the cabinet). It was a fun project but like any painting project it does require technique and practice to make the coating look great.
One Of the twin bottles leaked out in shipment.