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ELEGANT FINISH™

Elegant Finish metallic paints can be used alone or in a variety of combinations to create popular faux finishing looks on home decor from furniture and walls to accents such as frames, canvas, lamps, and candle holders. The paint is available in an easy-to-use, wide-mouth jar. Elegant Finish can be applied using a variety of techniques including sponging, marbling, dry brushing, and antiquing.

  • Dries quickly
  • Water-based
  • Soap and water clean-up
  • Non-toxic
  • Made in the USA

Colors Available

Elegant Finish comes in 6 bright, opaque colors that offer excellent coverage.

Champagne Gold
Champagne Gold
Glorious Gold
Glorious Gold
Emperor's Gold
Emperor's Gold
Rich Espresso
Rich Espresso
Silver Sage
Silver Sage
Shimmering Silver
Shimmering Silver

GLAZE COLORS

Use these translucent glazes for antiquing, glazing, staining, and more. They are great for faux finishing techniques.

Medieval Gold
Medieval Gold
Renaissance Brown
Renaissance Brown
Luminous Gold
Luminous Gold

How to Use Elegant Finish

Shake well before using. Apply one well-brushed coat using a soft brush or sponge brush. Apply multiple coats when using more transparent colors. Allow to dry thoroughly before applying additional coats or varnishes.

Tips for Elegant Finish

Do not add Drying Time Extender, Fabric Medium, or any other medium to any Dazzling Metallics. It can lessen the intensity of the metallic finish. Dilute with water when needed.

Do not use over Weathered Wood.

Rinse your cloth frequently during the glazing process. If the glaze is not rubbing off and it is leaving a film on your project, then switch to a new cloth.

Apply the glaze and almost immediately wipe it off. This will let the glaze settle in the cracks of your project and let the paint shine through.

If your furniture does not have cracks for the glaze to go into, glazing may not be the best choice for the project. Glazing techniques work best when making details pop out of intricate pieces. If you use over a flat piece, the glaze would simply make the paint look more metallic.

If you apply too much glaze, use a wet cloth and wipe it off. Most will wipe off and you can start fresh.

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