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Paint Couture Antiquing Glaze - Water Based Acrylic Glaze for Cabinets and Furniture

Original price $19.95 - Original price $19.95
Original price
$19.95
$19.95 - $19.95
Current price $19.95
Color: Verde Green

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About this Product

Paint Couture Antiquing Glaze is the perfect finishing touch for your cabinets and furniture. With its water-based acrylic formula, this glaze is specifically designed to give your pieces an antique or metallic look that's highly sought after.

One of the best things about Paint Couture Glaze is how easy it is to use. Simply brush it on and wipe it off! You can even use it as a stain if you prefer. No need to spend hours waxing – this glaze enhances your work with minimal effort. And when it comes to cleanup, just soap and water will do the trick.

But that's not all! Paint Couture Glaze offers excellent coverage as well. Here's a breakdown of the coverage you can expect based on the size of the bottle: - 2 fl. oz: Covers approximately 5 sq ft - 4 fl. oz: Covers approximately 10 sq ft - 8 fl. oz: Covers approximately 20 sq ft - 16 fl. oz: Covers approximately 40 sq ft Applying Paint Couture Glaze is a breeze.

Before you start, make sure your painted piece is completely dry. If you've used chalk-type paints, wait at least two hours before applying the glaze. If there are any brush marks, simply sand them away with 400 grit sandpaper. Liberally apply the glaze with a chip brush or 1/2" nap roller, wait a few minutes, and then gently wipe off the excess.

For those who want more working time, you can add Paint Couture Clear Glazing Base. And if you're working on a large piece, it's recommended to work in small sections of about 16" x 16" to avoid overworking the glaze. If you need to glaze a large area and want extra working time, apply a coat of Paint Couture Topcoat as a barrier coat. Just make sure it's dry before applying the glaze.

Paint Couture Glaze can also be used as a stain. Simply apply the glaze evenly with a brush or staining pad, and let it dry. You can even apply a second coat to deepen the color. When it comes to durability, let the glaze dry for 24 hours before applying Paint Couture Topcoat.

While the glaze offers protection and dries to a matte finish, it's always a good idea to use a topcoat on cabinets and tabletops for added durability. Give your cabinets and furniture a beautiful antique finish with Paint Couture Antiquing Glaze. Try it today and see the stunning results for yourself!