When Antiquing Goes Wrong!

Ever gone a little overboard with the antiquing wax and think you have to start all over? Don't throw that piece of furniture away! This quick fix is all you need to get back on track! What's the secret ingredient? Furniture wax! Dip your wax rag in your (clear) furniture wax and start working it into your piece. It will immediately begin to remove the excess antiquing (dark) wax and leave you with a beautiful aged look!
Don't give up if you've applied too much antiquing wax to your painted furniture! This easy fix will save the day!
Easy tip for fixing your painted furniture when you've gone too far with the antiquing wax!
Grab a rag - or even an old sock - and dip it in your regular (clear) furniture wax.
Rub the (clear) furniture wax into your piece and watch as it instantly removes the excess antiquing wax!
The Golden Sycamore
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  • Sta51503887 Sta51503887 on Jun 20, 2021

    I applied clear wax to a desk I used chalk pain on. The directions said to wait 24 hrs to buff. However, tutorials I’ve watched the wax was wiped off after applying. I did not do this. How can I fix what I’ve done 😬 Thank you!

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