Lost & Found Decor
I’ll share how I’ve used glazes and dark waxes to solve some common issues I’ve encountered with furniture pieces I’m painting! An easy guide to dark wax and antique glaze for furniture.
- Adding Interest to a Piece with Lots of Detail and Recesses - Adding Age and Depth, Blending Colors - Making a Cool-Toned Color more Warm-Toned
A glaze comes in a liquid form and can be applied easily with either brush or a cloth. Once you brush on the glaze, you wipe back the excess using a lint-free cloth.
Like a glaze, wax can be applied also with either a brush or a rag. With whatever tool you use, the key is to push the wax down into the corners and recesses of the piece.
And again like a glaze, you will go back and wipe off any excess with a lint-free cloth after your wax sets for 2-4 minutes.