FolkArt Home Decor: Learn How To Use Clear Wax

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Donna Dewberry shows tips, tricks, and techniques for using FolkArt Home Decor Clear Wax to finish your painting projects. It’s ideal for adding a layer of protection and sheen to your painted projects, while buffing to a sating or gloss finish.

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  1. I have used all the wax colors and love them. They are a different application process but let’s you creat multiple layers of different color waxes at the same time for a great blended finish. I wish I could post my pictures. I do have a YouTube channel if you want to check out my pieces. Timeless Furnishings and Gifts. ❤️❤️

  2. These waxes (clear and antique) are TERRIBLE. If someone's watching this before buying their supplies, DON'T get these. Their paints are great, the "waxes" will ruin your stuff. They aren't wax – they're liquid. Very runny liquid. Wax is solid. And does what wax is meant to do. This glorified oil paint just makes you have to start from the beginning again. WORST.

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