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For you folks who buy old furniture then paint it…..you really must try this stuff….only a couple of bucks for a 16 oz. can. You mix it (powder) with water to the consistency that you need for your repair. I made mine a little thicker, stuck a few brads, with heads on them, in to the leg (for grip), then molded the leg. I use it instead of wood putty for smaller jobs. It sands beautifully and lasts forever, as you only mix what you need for each job.

mix powder with water to the consistency that you need for your repair. Use it instead of wood putty for smaller jobs. It sands beautifully and lasts forever, as you only mix what you need for each job.

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Paint and Age Furniture Without Chalk Paint

**frame** PARIS GREY with CLEAR and DARK WAX      ----------  **drawers**  PARIS GREY with PURE WHITE wash ---------- **handles** SILVER GILDING WAX

PARIS GREY BUFFET

This is the finish I want on my secretary - a gorgeous buffet finished in Paris Grey Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan with a wash of Pure White

Give resin statues a concrete look with Artisan Enhancements Fine Stone.

The factory finish on these heavy resin lion statues was flat, substandard and clearly not holding up well outside. The lions were in.

BRASSY PATINA :: This look could be recreated w/ a coat of metallic paint & then some of the metallic paint in rub form in a couple darker shades. Some tinted furniture wax or acrylic paint in a "greened copper" or gray sage color can then be added to the grooves of the accents.

How to create vintage patina gold frame mirrors with chalk paint duck egg blue and gold metallic paint

Salvaged Inspirations Q-T-T ~ Featuring #VintageHome in Boulder City NV. Easy way to repair missing chunks of furniture! Before & After-PlasticWood

I'm going to try this on my broken furniture leg. Supposedly pretty easy to mold like play-dough. Great for curvy legs or my French Provincial.

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