A dark gray that has a slight blue undertone, originally from the Fusion Designer Color Collection.
Soapstone is a color that can change depending on the lighting and surroundings in your space. When paired with cool colors, you will see it's blue undertone more.
Compared to Hazelwood, Soapstone is much cooler gray.
One of my favorite colors in the line! See Soapstone on my kitchen island, here!
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Why Choose Fusion Mineral Paint?
For busy-DIYers, Fusion Mineral Paint is the only choice for exceptional color, coverage and durability. Unlike other paint lines, each color of Fusion is created from the pigments up, and formulated for lasting results.
Fusion Mineral Paint is created from the best ingredients on the market. With a truly unique formula, you won't find another paint like it!
All Fusion colors are non-toxic, lead-free, and contain no ammonia or formaldehyde.
And zero VOC's mean no stinky odors while you paint inside the comfort of your own home!
Unlike chalk-type paint, Fusion has a built-in topcoat, so no waxing is required. The high-grade acrylic seals the surface of Fusion from the inside out, for durability unlike any other furniture paint.
With such an amazing product, there's no limit to what you can transform in your home! Fusion Mineral Paint can be used on a wide variety of surfaces, including wood, metal, fabric, even plastic (please consult our prep chart for proper prep for each surface).
Add extra depth to your finish with the wide range of accents available in the Fusion line! If you're looking to add a little extra sheen, try the Fusion Tough Coat (choose between Matte and Glossy), or my favorite over dark colors, the Fusion Beeswax Finish.
If you're looking for an ultra-smooth finish on your piece painted with Fusion Mineral Paint, I highly recommend trying out the wet-sanding method, using one of the 220 grit sanding pads. You can watch a short video showing how to wet-sand on our YouTube channel!
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