Used to give a cool, WHITE finish to your paintwork, bring out texture in brushwork and mouldings, as well as LIGHTEN and enrich colours.
Available in 500ml (if you are buying a quart of paint- you want this amount) and 120ml (enough for a few chairs or when buying a sample pot)
(NOTE: You apply CLEAR WAX FIRST- then WHITE Wax)
VIDEO OF ANNIE USING WHITE WAX:
Annie Sloan White Chalk Paint® Wax can be applied directly onto wood to create a limed look, and it also has a wonderful effect on painted pieces. "Think of a piece which has been gracefully, subtly faded by sunlight - a piece left in a sunny spot, a terrace in Tuscany," says Annie. See Annie Sloan White Chalk Paint® Wax in use by clicking HERE.
To age and give texture to your paint. Apply the Clear Wax first then apply the WHITE Wax.
Here is some additional information I would like to share in case you are wondering if you could use another type of wax- like Briwax. First- never use Briwax. It has an ingredient called Toluene in it. Which is awful! Briwax is terrible with Chalk PaintÂ® decorative paint by Annie Sloan. Basically the toluene works as sort of paint stripper!
We are sorry – there are NO RETURNs when it comes to wax. To ship wax- we go through an extensive certification process through the Department of Transportation, Federal Government.
As for the paint- there are no returns/exchanges either...... You will find this for every stockist. Think about it- would you ever want a quart of paint sent to you - that was shipped to someone else prior? We eliminate any potential issues with this policy.
But....with that said- we apologize for any issues this may cause. Choose wisely and do not spontaneously purchase a color if unsure. OK? In fact- if you need help in deciding- ask us. We are here to help you! : )