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L'ESSENTIEL aging dust is 100% natural. 

It will add time and age to your furniture piece. 

Using a soft brush, apply over your freshly waxed or glazed surface, one your wax has dried, brush excess away to leave a dusty film that will add depth and an antique look.

This product in the Natural colour can be used as a polishing compound when used with a soft cloth and hemp oil or liquid wax. A perfect way to revive tired looking french polish or veneer 



BOTANICS crackle medium is non toxic, water based and quick acting. You can use our crackle medium over raw timber and then your coat of paint or you can use a base coat of BOTANICS furniture paint, followed by crackle medium and a final coat of furniture paint in a contrasting colour. 

Instructions: Apply 2 coats of your desired base colour. allow to dry completely. Apply a single coat of crackle medium( a thicker coat will produce a thicker crackle a thinner coat will produce a more natural time worn crackle) Once crackle layer is dry, apply your final colour(contrasting colour) apply your coat of paint in a single direction to ensure you don't drag your crackle finish.

Lastly either wax or top coat your finished piece.



BOTANICS embossing paste is a thick, easy to apply paste that you can use to create a raised effect with stencils.You can also use stone embossing paste to add texture to any surface.  You can colour BOTANICS embossing paste to suit your finish with a small amount of our furniture paint. Embossing paste is quick drying.


 BOTANICS Glaze is translucent and hard wearing. It is a washable clear coating, that is designed for decorative effects such as aging, liming, marbling and any other special effects you can dream of. No topcoat is necessary when using this product. You also do not need to use Clear translucent glaze under our coloured glazes.

Step 1. Ensure your painted substrate is dry

Step 2. Apply your glaze with a brush to the areas you would like to age( in this instance)

Apply quickly over the substrate or detail, if using dark or charcoal glaze, wipe back with a baby wipe or damp chux cloth. Coloured glazes dry darker than they appear when wet. Let your first coat dry completely so you can decide if the depth of colour is what you are happy with before applying a second coat. If you are happy with the colour, you can either completely coat the piece with clear glaze for added protection or wax/seal with your favourite product.



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