How to Apply Antiquing Glaze
Fusion Antiquing Glaze is water-based and dries to a soft matte finish. Available in Antiquing and Clear Glaze, our Glaze goes on with exceptional ease of application with a long open time. Fusion Glaze delivers the performance of a professional finish that everyone can achieve! See this blog post to compare Espresso Wax, Antiquing Glaze, and Black Wax?
Our Antiquing Glaze is lightly tinted to a rich brown for the perfect antiquing look and soft matte finish. Over light colors, use sparingly so as not to overage your piece. Always do a sample to ensure desired results prior to full application.
Finish your project by applying Fusion Tough Coat for extra durability. Tough Coat is recommended for high traffic areas such as kitchen cabinets, table tops, etc.
See the video below for a great tutorial on applying Clear Glaze.
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Perfect for those high traffic surfaces such as table tops, our non-yellowing water-based Tough Coat™ Matte Wipe-On Poly sealer is easily applied with a damp lint-free cloth and dries to a matte finish. Please read this blog post tutorial about how to correctly apply Tough Coat.