Chalkpaint Wax by Pappa G's

20 In stock
wax
R 149.00
Are you a chalkpainting purist or traditionalist? Do you love the silky smooth texture of old-school decor wax?If so, the Pappa G's #ChalkpaintWax is the sealer for you! Simply apply the wax using our Granny B's Round chalkpainter's brush, or a lint free cloth. When using waxes, simply seal using...
R 149.00

Are you a chalkpainting purist or traditionalist?

Do you love the silky smooth texture of old-school decor wax?
If so, the Pappa G's #ChalkpaintWax is the sealer for you!

Simply apply the wax using our Granny B's Round chalkpainter's brush, or a lint free cloth. When using waxes, simply seal using the Clear Chalkpaint Wax, and then technique using our Dark, Black, White and even Metallic Chalkpaint Waxes.
Sealing with our Chalkpaint Wax will protect your project, and can be buffed to a shine of left as is for a slight sheen. Wax is best suited for items which will remain indoors, not be exposed to heat, heavy traffic or cleaning with solvent based cleaning materials.

Our waxes are made from low VOC compounds and the minimal amount of solvent necessary for the application. 
If you are aware of any pre-existing sensitivity or allergies, please use latex gloves during application. Apply the product in a well-ventilated area and ensure that any products which contain any kind of chemical base are not used on surfaces used by babies, toddlers and pets. 
Harmful if ingested. 

How to Use

Ensure that your item has been well painted, and that your paint has dried as per the manufacturer’s guidelines. Using a lint-free cloth or even a specialist wax brush, apply your Clear Wax, two applications a few minutes apart will do the trick. Wipe the surface down with a lint-free cloth in order to remove any excess Clear Wax. 

Tips & Tricks

If you would like a more buffed and shiny appearance allow your wax to cure for between 24 to 48 hours, and then buff the surface  with a soft lint-free cloth. 

 To clean your wax brush, immediately wash it a solution of warm water and dishwashing soap. 

We encourage you to experiment with various techniques, and even try tinting the wax with your favourite chalk-paint to create a whole new world of colour options and finishing effects. 

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