FOLKART Plaid 34170 Home Decor Wax, 8-Ounce, Clear

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Folkart Home Decor Wax seals and protects on your project. The chalk works on many surfaces such as wood, metal, ceramic, plaster, terracotta, canvas and much more. The product adds rich texture to project and buffs to a soft sheen.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 2.5 x 3.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00JRR29Z6
  • Item model number: 34170

Customer Reviews

LOVE this!

26 people found this helpful.
 on August 22, 2016
By Andrea Townsley
This liquid wax goes on like a dream. Just brush it on like you do your paint, let it dry (I normally wait 12-24 hours) and then buff it with a cloth. This wax gets hard enough to use a single coat on furniture, but I put 2 or 3 coats on surfaces that are going to be heavily used like the top of a buffet, just for good measure. I used a soft wax previously and did not get this kind of result. This has a nice smooth but hard finish. I can’t speak to how long it will hold up but it’s been about a month on the hutch I did and it’s great so far. I use this for signs also to protect them from scratching. I have used it over chalk paint, homemade chalk paint and regular latex paint.

Wax on, wax off

19 people found this helpful.
 on September 26, 2016
By boomer sooner
This along with the Folk Art chalk paint is awesome. I painted an old dresser and used two coats of paint. Then I applied the wax. It’s recommended on the bottle you wait a day before buffing it. I was impatient and started sanding when I thought it had dried – that’s a no no. Some of it peeled and gummied up my sandpaper rendering it useless. Luckily, my mistake didn’t lift off the underlying paint though. From then on, I waited until it was ready the next day and have had no issues since.

Read instructions!

33 people found this helpful.
 on January 11, 2016
By Brianna Braden
I love this wax, I had never waxed anything before so like anyone I turned to Google. It sounds obvious but read the instructions for this particular wax, the first few times I used it i wasn’t getting the shiny results I wanted! I was doing what YouTube said, put the wax on a small area, work it in, the buff it. So I did that, but for this particular wax you leave it on overnight then buff it, it makes a huge difference! My furniture wasn’t soaking the wax in because I wasn’t leaving it online long enough, it’s made a huge difference, now it’s got a slight sheen and it’s soft!

nice

3 people found this helpful.
 on March 29, 2017
By Ryan & Alicia W.
I bought this home décor wax to seal the folkart chalk paint I used on a dresser. So far the wax has worked very well and has sealed it really good. The wax was easy to apply and dried clear and did not effect my paint job. I would recommend this wax to others. I also used this wax on a small dresser and still have half the bottle left so a little goes a long way

Perfect for that old distressed look

4 people found this helpful.
 on September 2, 2016
By Mark McLelland
My wife made her own chalk paint and then used this wax along with the dark wax to create a distressed look on two pieces I built. They turned out great.

I like the other Home Decor products and I am sure …

 on May 18, 2017
By Happyhat
I’m still learning how to use wax on the chalk paint. I prefer a clear acrylic coating. Will try again. I like the other Home Decor products and I am sure as wax goes, it is a good product. I am new to chalk painting and therefore my review needs to be taken with a grain of salt. I also believe the right brush makes a difference. I will invest in a better brush next time. The bristles came off easily with the wax and I spent too much time picking out bristles.

Okay but may be doing it wrong

 on June 18, 2017
By ljdbs
I’m not sure if I’m doing something wrong but I cannot buff this wax. I’m new at this and used it over chalk paint. I followed all directions but when I try to buff nothing happens so I just add a coat after chalk painting and leave as is as a protectant/sealant. It still looks okay and seems to be holding up well.

It works great thank you

2 people found this helpful.
 on June 8, 2016
By Elizabeth
I use this on some of my products when I re-finish furniture. It works great thank you!
I use this on some of my products when I re-finish furniture. It works great thank you!

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