Dixie Belle Apricot Chameleon Wax 40ML (1.3Oz)
Dixie Belle Apricot Chameleon Wax is captivatingly lustrous. It is fruity, warm and will perfectly add a sun-kissed glow to your projects. This oil-based product dries quickly and is very easy to apply.
Dixie Belle Chameleon Wax is basically a gilding wax that you use to add finishing touches to your painted projects. It lets you put a shine on your pieces with iridescent sheen. Achieve a natural highlight for your project with this sheer and stunning wax. Please remember, however, that this product from Dixie Belle Paint will change color based on the color of the paint you applied it over. It is super subtle that you will barely see it when light hits it. It gives a little bit of tinted sheen.
Aside from Apricot, Dixie Belle Paint also has Dixie Belle Cactus Chameleon Wax and Dixie Belle Lilac Chameleon Wax. These premium quality Dixie Belle Accessories are available in 40ml or 1.3oz containers.
How to Use:
- Before applying the chameleon wax, make sure you are in a well-ventilated area.
- Use your a piece of clean cloth, sponge, brush or even your finger to apply the Chameleon Wax.
- Allow it to dry for 30 minutes to an hour.
- Buff lightly after 12 hours to create a stunning gilded finish.
Note: If the lid on the Gilding Wax container is left off and the wax becomes dry, all you need to do is to add a bit of paint thinner or mìneral spìrìts and then stir thoroughly.
Capriole Creative is a perfect place to find a wide selection Dixie Belle Accessories in Australia. We also house a complete selection of Dixie Belle Paint Co. products from Minėral Pạints and primėrs to Dixie Belle Trạnsfėrs. Always go to a trusted craft store like Capriole Creative, to get high quality products such as waxes to ensure the best possible outcome for your projects. We also have a chat applet where you can talk directly to our friendly support personnel if you have questions about Dixie Belle Paint products like the Chameleon Waxes.
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