05 Apr Why I love CeCe Caldwell’s Natural Clay and Chalk Paint
I LOVE that you can tint the wax by mixing it with a little paint. You can create all sorts of different looks doing this.
Georgia Clay with Dark Aging Wax
I LOVE how easy it is to distress the details and edges of a piece of furniture using a damp cloth before you wax it.
I LOVE that the wax is all natural and free of toxins. No foul smell, no harmful, hazardous products in this wax. I no longer need to use gloves or respirators while I’m waxing and risk more damage to my lungs.
- I LOVE how easy the wax is to work with. The wax has the creamy consistency of butter at room temperature. You can apply is using a lint free rag or brush. I personally prefer to wax my pieces using a short bristled natural brush, and I’m telling you I practically start dancing every time because it goes on so easily! This one product alone is saving me hours and hours of time and frustration every week.
I LOVE that I don’t have to battle with the wax when I apply it. It brushes on so easily and I end up with a more superior finish on every piece.
Maine Harbor Blue while applying Clear Wax
I lOVE how simple the wax is to buff too. I no longer need to spend hours and hours sweating bullets to get a great finish. I just take a lint free rag and gently buff it out by hand.
I LOVE the depth of color and variation of it once the wax is buffed. Everyone keeps thinking I’m dry brushing another shade of a similar color over the first to get that look.
Though I’d like to take the credit for this cool effect, it’s not me ~ it’s CeCe’s products just doing their thing.
Pickerington Violet over Hershey Brown & Extg White
Cinco Bayou Moss with Clear and Dark Wax
So what’cha waiting for? Try it – You’ll LOVE it!
You can order CeCe Caldwell’s Paints through my Online Shizzle Shop here or if you’re in the Grand Rapid’s area, you’ll find it in my booth at Not So Shabby Antiques & Fine Furniture, 2975 West Shore Drive, Holland, Michigan 49424.