Antiquing Glaze is lightly tinted to a rich brown for the perfect antiquing look and soft matte finish.
With an exceptional ease of application with a long open time, our Antiquing Glaze delivers the performance of a professional finish that everyone can achieve.
- Over light colors, use sparingly so as not to over age your piece.
- Always do a sample to ensure desired results prior to full application.
Antiquing Glaze Application:
Apply sparingly with a quality brush of your choice and then wipe back with lint free cloth to achieve desired effect.
Allow the glaze to dry 12-24 hours, depending on the climate/weather/humidity prior to applying our Tough Coat for extra durability.
Tough Coat is recommended for high traffic areas such as kitchen cabinets, table tops etc.
Also available: Clear Glaze
Example (below) over a pine board painted with Fusion’s Limestone and a graphic image applied with Fusion Transfer Gel. Antiquing Glaze was applied over the entire board over the graphic image. This close up shows how the Glaze gets into the crevices of wood to create an aged appearance.
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Fusion’s Clear Glaze – mix with any colour paint for a tinted glaze to suit your project! Add to metallics as well.