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What types of surfaces can I use Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint on?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint can be applied to many different types of surfaces such as wood, terra cotta, metal/tin, canvas, paper mache and plaster.
It can also be applied to ceramic and/or glass surfaces, however the paint is not dishwasher safe. Fabric surfaces can also be painted using Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint, however the surface is not machine washable. When decorating glass, ceramic and fabric surfaces, your project should be used as a decorative accessory and lightly cleaned using a damp cloth when needed.
What is Martha Stewart Crafts ® High Gloss Finish?
This is a waterbased indoor/outdoor finish that gives a brilliant shine to projects. Use as a top coat to seal and protect decorated surfaces.
When and how do I apply Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Antiquing Wax?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Antique Wax can be applied to your piece to create a more time-worn look. First apply a layer of Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Clear Wax, let dry for 24 hours, and buff. Then apply Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Antique Wax as an all-over second layer or to small, raised details.
While the Antique Wax is wet, quickly use a soft cloth to wipe over the surface to remove excess, leaving the dark color in corners, routed edges, and worn areas so that you can achieve a natural, time-worn finish.
When will my Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor waxed surface be cured?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor waxed surfaces will be fully cured on its own in 7 days. Until then, keep waxed surfaces free of moisture and heavy use to allow enough time for the wax to fully cure.
What is Martha Stewart Crafts ® Satin Finish?
This is a waterbased indoor/outdoor brush-on finish. When used as a top coat, it seals and protects decorated surfaces while providing a beautiful polished look.
Why do I need to buff the wax?
After applying the Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Wax, it should be buffed to polish and seal the surface. The more you buff the more you will raise the sheen of your finished project.
What is Martha Stewart Crafts ® Sprayable Enamel Finish?
This is a durable, non-yellowing, fast-drying aerosol finish that can be used indoors or outdoors.
Will I ever need to reapply Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Wax?
On well-used furniture items such as chairs, tables, or dressers, etc., it is a good idea to reapply the finish with a fresh coat of Clear Wax every 6 to 12 months, or as needed. It is not necessary to reapply wax to decorative items.
What is Martha Stewart Crafts ® Sprayable Enamel Finish?
This is a durable, non-yellowing, fast-drying aerosol finish that can be used indoors or outdoors.
What type of tools can I use with Martha Stewart Crafts ® High Gloss Finish?
Always use a soft bristle brush. Using a foam pouncer may add air bubbles to your finish.
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