Painted Cabinets Antiquing Glaze

Nov 12th

Painted kitchen cabinets are very popular in many homes. One way that homeowners make your kitchen cabinets is unique antiques them. There are several ways a homeowner can antique armoires painted. Sanding the corners of cabinets make cabinets for antiques, but remove some of the protective layer is important for kitchen cabinets. Antiques enamel eliminates this problem. Antiquing glaze is applied directly on painted cabinets with a cloth or sponge.

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White Antiquing Glaze

Remove the cabinet doors painted and cabinet hardware with a screwdriver. Mix 1 part antique enamel with 1 part latex paint. If you want the glaze to be darker, make it in 3 parts paint to 1 part of glaze; if you want the glaze to be lighter, mix 3 parts antiquing glaze to 1 part paint.

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Dip a clean cloth in the mixture of enamel. Practice your technique on a painted glass board. Move the cloth in circles or straight lines. Either way, you should get the mixture of enamel in the nooks and crannies on the board. Enamel cabinets antiquing glaze and cabinet doors. Use practiced in the art that the painted applying the mixture of enamel board. Work in small sections. Allow the windows to dry overnight. Reconnect the hardware and doors with a screwdriver.

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