Glaze Effects are translucent water-based colors used to create beautiful decorative finishes such as antiquing and whitewashing. Use Glaze Effects as you would a decorative wax. Because General Finishes does not carry wax products, Glaze Effects provide the same look in a water-based liquid product. Glaze Effects can be intermixed or layered to create custom colors and finishes. Glaze Effects must be top-coated to be protected.
Pro Tip: Apply a layer of High Performance Topcoat in any sheen first, then apply your Glaze Effects. Having this layer of clear product on first helps create a surface that your Glaze Effects can wipe off from easily. It also creates more of a crisp look when you’re done. For a more rustic look, skip the layer of High Performance Topcoat.
Today in the workshop, I’m sharing my tips for glazing with General Finishes Pitch Black Glaze Effects over Blue Moon Milk Paint! 🎥
Posted by Eight Hundred Furniture, LLC. on Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Pieces I’ve painted using Glaze Effects: