Old Town Paints now has a Clear Glaze!!
Old Town Paints already has 4 glazes they are Antique Glaze, Black Glaze, Gray Glaze, and White Glaze and although that is a good variety and there is optiopns to choose from Old Town Paints has expaneded that variety to almost limitless by introducubg its new Clear Glaze!! Old Town Paints Clear Glaze can be mixed with any Old Town Paints or Shabby Chic Paint Chalk Style Finish Paint to create a glaze in any color you can also add more than one color to create your own special unique colors!
Tinting/Mixing the Clear Glaze is so easy all you do is add a few drops or a drizzle of paint into the glaze. the less paint you add the more translucent the glaze will be. Make sure to stir the paint and glaze mixture thoroughly for the best results!
The photo show a small amount of clear glaze mixed with
Shabby Chic Paints "Hot Pink"
Brush or wipe on the glaze just as you would do with any other Old Town Paints Glaze, For best result make sure to
get the glaze into the cracks and the details of the piece you are glazing.
You can cover the whole peice with the glaze or just the details it is really up to you and the desired look you are trying to achieve, there is really no wrong way to apply it.
Once the project has the glaze on it take a damp cloth and wipe away any excess glaze and you can blend and smooth out some of the glaze with the cloth. For bigger projects it is best to apply the glaze in sections one at a time so that way you can have have more time to wipe away excess or blend before the glaze dries.
As you can see finished look of this glaze is pretty awesome!! And these angels still have a vintage or shabby chic feel to them even with the bold color of the Hot Pink!!
We hope that you enjoyed this blog and were able to take away some tips and information to help you in your future projects!!