This natural Crackle creates beautiful consistent cracks with Fusion™ and other paints. Made up of a natural food additive, Fusion™ Crackle works when layered
How to Use: Brush the Crackle on your painted surface evenly and in one direction, do not
allow for pooling to occur. A thicker application will produce larger cracks, a thinner application will produce natural fine cracks.
Wait about 5-10 minutes after application, once the Crackle is tacky, apply your paint. Apply your paint in one even consistent stroke. Do not brush back and forth when applying paint over your Crackle.
You can use a hair dryer on a low setting to speed up the crackle affect and speed up the drying/ curing time.
Tip: Try using a contrasting color under your Crackle and your top coat color, to really have an impact once the crackle is created.
Tip: To enhance the ridges the crackle has created, use a thin application of the Fusion™ Gilding Paste. You can blend the Gilding Paste with the Fusion™ Beeswax to have a
thinner less intense look, or if you applied too much, to remove it.
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