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Valspar: Free 8 oz. paint sample at Lowe’s (Facebook offer — 150,000 free samples available!)

Hurry over and sign up for a free 8-oz. Valspar paint sample from Lowe’s.

This coupon is available to the first 150,000 people who request one and can be redeemed at any Lowe’s location nationwide.

Thanks, The Freebie Blogger!

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  1. Becky says

    Be warned that oftentimes these color samples do not contain the same ingredients as a can of paint and are not meant to last. They’re designed for people who want to experiment with a color in their home before buying several gallons of paint. I’d recommend consulting the paint department if you are thinking of using this for a project or anything long-term.

    • Lee S. says

      I doubt it since Chalkboard paint comes pre mixed. When we bought it for my son’s room you didn’t pick out a sample like you do with colors.

      • Tari says

        Thanks Lee S. I did go to Lowe’s and pick up a sample… and you’re right, chalkboard only comes in a spray or specialty quart. But I did get a little bit of black paint to do lettering on my garden signs anyway, should hold up in rain, and I can still label my organization bins with it too. :)

  2. Sissy Sweet says

    I have some plaques I picked up at the dollar store, that look tacky like they are. But I painted one, with the tiny bit of paint I had left, and used a finishing technique, and it turned out looking like heavy stone, and so pretty. I will use this free paint to do the other two. That will give me a gift for each of my sisters…and a great head start on next Christmas.

    Thank you SO much for posting this.

  3. Gail says

    Thanks so much! I love samples. Looking forward to painting planters for Spring, or changing the colors on some garage sale items to spruce up the house after a cold winter!
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