There are four different waxes to choose from depending on your desired look-- Clear, Dark, White, or Black.
Use Clear Chalk Paint® Wax to seal and protect furniture and walls painted with Chalk Paint® decorative paint. It will emphasize the depth of colour and give a beautiful mellow finish, or can be buffed to a high sheen. It is water-repellent too, so can be used on dining room tables and kitchen cabinets. Apply a thin coat of wax over your painted surface with the Annie Sloan wax brush. Work in small areas at a time, wiping off excess with a clean cloth. For a distressed look, sand back to reveal a little of the wood or paint underneath before applying the second coat.
Use the white wax to soften and lighten the chalk paint. It can also be applied directly onto wood to create a limed look. As for the white wax, less is more- do not over apply. If you do, you can wipe back any excess with clear wax.
Apply dark wax to age and give texture to your paintwork. Use it with the clear wax to seal and protect furniture and walls. To achieve Annie's signature look, first apply a thin coat of the clear wax, removing any excess with a clean cloth. Next apply the black wax, pushing it into the paintwork to bring out brush marks and recesses. Wipe off any excess with clear wax.
Black wax will give a cool, dark finish to your paintwork, bring out texture in brushwork and mouldings, as well as darkening and enriching colours. Use it with clear to seal and protect. First apply a thin base of clear wax, removing any excess with a clean cloth. Next, apply the black wax, pushing it into the paintwork and bring out brush marks and crevices. Wipe back any excess with clear wax.
Chalk Paint® Wax is not suitable for outdoor use. After care: wipe clean with a damp cloth. For tough marks, use a proprietary spray cleaner and rewax where necessary.
Available in 500ml and 120ml