Can I use antiquing wax over polyvine satin wax finish varnish?

by Ssg28424993
I painted my dining room table and chairs white with Annie Sloane chalk paint and then used polyvine satin wax finish varnish in white to seal it since I found the Annie Sloane wax too hard to use. I want to change the tone a bit (it looks too white), but not sure what to use to do it.

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  • Ken Ken on Dec 07, 2017

    I just checked into this and although they don't seem to recommend the poly as an intermediate coat, one of the sellers says "yes", you can use antiquing wax over finishing wax, paint, or whatever you have. Sounds like exactly what you want.

  • Pilgrim Pilgrim on Dec 07, 2017

    Think so. Be sure to wipe it off where u don’t want it & let dry overnight before buffing it the next day

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Dec 07, 2017

    Try Shoe polish.........

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Dec 07, 2017

    You can use wax on top of most finishes with varying results, but you can’t use varnish on top of wax because the varnish needs to get into the wood and wax prevents this. 😇

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Dec 08, 2017

    You would have to seal it with poly varnish again. But to be sure of a good finish it might have been better to have waited before you applied the Varnish.