Lazy Range matte furniture paint

The Lazy Range is simply a great range of paints. An award-winning and popular paint series with a unique wax fusion - The perfect choice for painting furniture and more.

The water-based, durable and easy-to-use Lazy Range series is completely new and the paint has features that you cannot find in other series. The extremely popular series easily impresses with its quality.

Soft, with a low sheen, it works well on many surfaces including wood, laminate and metal.


Suitable for indoor use only
Chalk & Mineral paint: for wooden furniture, metal
Suitable for walls - in this case it is recommended to thin it by approx. 10%, with clean tap water
Minimal VOC content, almost odorless
Ingredients: chalk, clay, titanium dioxide, resin, talc, preservative, wax
UKCA and EN71-3 certified (safe for use in children's toys) EN71-3: 2013+A3: 2019
Self Priming - no primer or adhesive required
Self Leveling - little or no brush marks
Self Sealing - does not require varnish or wax for durability
Gloss level: - soft, low gloss, almost matte


A 750 ml can is enough for up to 12.5 m2 and a 250 ml can for 4 m2.
To achieve a durable finish, at least 2 layers are required, so with a 750 ml can of paint, you can paint more than 6 m2 twice.
Porous or uneven surfaces, such as clean wood or MDF, tend to absorb paint, meaning that new coats are likely to be needed to achieve a durable finish. In this case, paint about 6 m2 with a 750 ml can of paint. If you apply the paint too thinly, it can affect the durability. If the shade difference between the surface and the selected shade is large, additional layers may be required.

Unmixed paint does not cover well, read more work instructions in Painting instructions.


Make sure that the surfaces are in a suitable condition for painting - clean, dry, wax-free, grease-free and free of other substances and in good condition.
Remove loose or flaking old paint.
Wash and clean the surface, rinse and dry thoroughly.
Roughen the surface by hand or machine sand.
Wipe off the dust and paint on a clean and dry surface!
Watch the Finnish subtitled video about Preparations.
Be careful when opening the can lid - we recommend using a Frenchic paint can opener.
Mix the paint thoroughly with a wide tool before the painting project and during the long painting project.

Painting, paint drying and hardening:

Apply with a good quality brush or roller. Also suitable for spray painting - thin up to 10-15% (depending on your device) with clean tap water and add the necessary layers.

Let the paint level itself and activate the 'Self Leveling' feature by avoiding overworking the paint.

There must be at least 1 hour between layers (even if the paint feels dry to the touch). The paint surface reaches its final hardness in 2-3 weeks under normal conditions. Handle gently until curing is complete.

Storage and cleaning:

Always close the lid tightly after use.
Clean spills immediately with warm water.
Wash the brushes in warm soapy water immediately after use.
Do not store paint cans in a place where the paint can be exposed to moisture, frost, freezing or high temperatures.

Instructions for choosing a shade:

We strive for the best possible accuracy with the shade models on our pages. However, we cannot always guarantee perfect color reproduction, as shades may reproduce differently due to screen types and device settings.

Additionally, colors may appear differently in the home due to lighting and environment, and may appear differently depending on the texture and porosity of the surface.

The best way to choose a shade is to visit a Frenchic retailer to see the shades live or order a small sample jar and try the paint yourself at home.

Make sure you reserve enough paint to complete the project. The industry's standard advice is that if you need more than one can of paint, make sure they are from the same batch (batch number) or if that is not possible, mix the paint batches before painting to ensure a uniform end result.

Mixing the paint carefully (long and deep) is important for the right shade.
If spot painting is required, we recommend painting the entire area instead of a small spot painting, so that the repair work is as inconspicuous as possible.

Remember that the nature of colors changes depending on the lighting and the adjacent color. The color repeats differently also on horizontal or vertical surfaces. The mixing of the paint and the color of the base also affect coverage and coverage.

Painting instructions and inspiration:

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