Antiquing Glaze & Glam Glaze

ANTIQUING GLAZE
Bluestone House™ Antiquing Glaze is a medium that will add a protective topcoat as well as an old-world charm to your project. For indoor use only,  Antiquing Glaze is an easy way to achieve a weathered or aged look on furniture, picture frames, signs, etc.

Directions
Pick the glaze color of your choice from the Bluestone House™ Collection.
Mix 1 part paint to 4 parts glaze!  That's it!
Mix well and you are ready to use!

Application
Bluestone House™ Glaze can be used with Bluestone House™ Chalky, Silky, or Milk Patina Paint. Once you have finished painting & distressing your piece you're ready to use your glaze. It is applied, with a brush, over a dried surface and can be left as the final topcoat or waxed, with Bluestone House™ Natural Beeswax, for added protection.
Apply Bluestone House™ Antique Glaze with a brush in small sections, getting into all the nook & crannies. While it's still wet, remove it with a clean rag. Remove as much or as little as you like to achieve your desired outcome. I usually rub in small circles to make sure it's all covered. Then continue onto the next section. If you find an area that is not to your liking you can add more glaze and re-wipe, but only while you are working with it, as it will not have cured yet. To protect your masterpiece, finish it with Bluestone House™ Beeswax.

ADVANTAGES !!!
Easy to use
Use with Chalk, Silk or Milk patina paint
Fast Drying
Soap & water clean up
Thin with water

GLAM GLAZE
is used to create an interesting, elegant, and chic effect.  Glam Glaze medium dries clear, leaving only the glamorous sheer color, visible. Glam Glaze can be left as the final coat or waxed, with Bluestone House™ Beeswax Furniture Polish, for added protection. 

Directions
Mix well and you are ready to use!

Application
Bluestone House™ Glaze can be used with Bluestone House™ Chalky, Silky, or Milk Patina Paint. Once you have finished painting & distressing your piece you're ready to use your glaze. It is applied, with a brush, over a dried surface, and can be left as the final topcoat or waxed.

Apply Bluestone House™ Glam Glaze with a brush in small sections, getting into all the nook & crannies. While it's still wet, remove it with a clean rag. Remove as much or as little as you like to achieve your desired outcome.  I usually rub in small circles to make sure it's all covered. Then continue onto the next section. Once you are happy with the effect, continue onto the next section. Glam Glaze can also be dry brushed on for an interesting effect!
You can also apply the glaze as a topcoat, with as a subtle sparkle sheer finish.

Glam glaze sets quickly, so work on one surface at a time. 

TIP: If you find an area that is not to your liking you can add more glaze and re-work it, but only while you are working with it, as it will not have cured yet. To protect your masterpiece, finish it with Bluestone House™ Beeswax Furniture Polish.

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