In this Beyond Paint review, I share the pros and cons of Beyond Paint, the colors that it comes in and how to apply it to several different surfaces.
A few months ago, I was contacted by Beyond Paint. They had watched some of my painting videos on YouTube, and wondered if I would like to try their paint.
I did some research on Beyond Paint, and have to admit to being a little skeptical about their claims that their paint is a no prep paint. Every other paint I’ve ever used advises prepping the surface before applying the paint so that the paint will adhere better.
Beyond Paint’s only prep is to clean the surface. There’s no stripping, sanding or priming needed. What? If this is true, then I’m sold!
The other thing that caught my attention while doing my research was how many different surfaces can be painted with Beyond Paint. Here’s what their website says:
What surfaces will Beyond Paint adhere to?
Beyond Paint will bond to almost any clean, dry, grease, oil, and wax free household surface without sanding, stripping or priming! These surfaces include raw wood, or wood painted with oil, latex, polyurethane, varnish, epoxy, etc. Other surfaces including metal, Formica, laminate, plastic, linoleum, masonry, tile, and even glass! We’ve even had customers Beyond Paint their refrigerators!
So I tried Beyond Paint on several surfaces in my Beyond Paint Review video, which you can see below.
Beyond Paint comes in 16 beautiful colors. I used their Bright White for this review, but I would love to use their Nantucket blue sometime!
Beyond Paint Review
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I created a Beyond Paint Review video, and I’ve written out the instructions below:
- Clean the surfaces you’re going to paint with Simple Green. I sprayed it on, wiped off, and then rinsed with water and dried the surfaces.
- Stir Beyond Paint. You’ll notice that it is very thick.
- Using a paint brush or roller, apply the Beyond Paint to your surfaces.
- Let dry 2-4 hours
- Apply second coat of Beyond Paint.
- Let dry. The paint will cure in a few days, but let the paint fully cure for at least 30 days for surfaces that get a lot of use.
Stay tuned for my update! In 30 days, I’ll do another video showing a fingernail scratch test to see how well the paint cured and adhered to the different surfaces that I painted.
UPDATE: Here’s my 30 day update video:
I hope you enjoyed this Beyond Paint Review!