In an effort to tame my wild mane, I have purchased wax, mousse, gel, pomade and whatever other substance men's grooming brands tell me I need. Unfortunately, I have no idea what the difference is between any of them. And, being a man, I'm not about to ask for help.…

In an effort to tame my wild mane, I have purchased wax, mousse, gel, pomade and whatever other substance men's grooming brands tell me I need. Unfortunately, I have no idea what the difference is between any of them. And, being a man, I'm not about to ask for help.…

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on top of base paint and applied design (painted or decopage, etc.)a layer of Annie Sloan Step 2 Craqueleur. For more noticeable cracks, apply the product thickly.  use hair dryer to speed up drying process & help define the cracks.  crackled effect. show with dark wax applied after

on top of base paint and applied design (painted or decopage, etc.)a layer of Annie Sloan Step 2 Craqueleur. For more noticeable cracks, apply the product thickly. use hair dryer to speed up drying process & help define the cracks. crackled effect. show with dark wax applied after

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Wax tends to be the go-to product for sealing chalk paint. But is it really the best option? I stopped using wax to seal furniture and here's why.

Wax tends to be the go-to product for sealing chalk paint. But is it really the best option? I stopped using wax to seal furniture and here's why.

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Annie Sloan Chalk Paint makes projects so easy because you don't have to do any prep.
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Thoughts on why I stopped using wax to seal chalk painted furniture. http://canarystreetcrafts.com/

Thoughts on why I stopped using wax to seal chalk painted furniture. http://canarystreetcrafts.com/

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