You asked for it 🙂
A quick tutorial on how I apply Annie Sloan wax onto chalk paint to give a durable, hand rubbed finish. On this video I used both her clear and dark waxes.
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Thank you so very very much for the tutorial. I will certainly be using this method. I am just a beginner and I really like all of the detailed instructions you have given me with these helps.
You are very welcome and I am glad to have helped!
I love these videos that make it so doable – you are such a good teacher I am sending you an apple for your desk!
Thanks so much! Glad you enjoy them!
I have been using a wax brush when i do mine.. do you have a certain type of material you use (like a old t-shirt, or just a cotton terry cloth) that you like the most?
Hi Stephanie, I use an old t-shirt and cut it up into strips. I show how on the video. Thanks!
Thank You for the tutorial I’m a beginner also.
Fabulous Suzanne……appreciate you doing these videos. Loved the slight difference it made.
Bravo!!! (Whoops, forgot to see the maker of the wax.)
Très magnifique! 🙂
Got it….Annie Sloan. 😉
Glad you got it! Have fun with your project!