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EXCITING new products in store.

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EXCITING new products in store.

   We have some exciting NEW products we have sourced for you to take your up cycling and crafting projects to a whole new level!  I                                                      IOD TRANSFERS.Create lovely effects on your chalk paint furniture up cycles and craft projects that will truly amaze you. CLICK below to see A QUICK TUTORIAL ON HOW TO APPLY THESE TRANSFERS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2B1TWIKzwvw   CLICK below to view THE TRANSFER RANGE rangehttps://www.newtonspaints.co.nz/collections/iron-orchid-design-transfers     METALLIQUE WAXES Create beautiful metallic effects on your projects with these metallic wax pastes. They...

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Which wax to use over our Chalk Paint finish?

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Which wax to use over our Chalk Paint finish?

Hi Diy'ers Two questions we get asked frequently....  Do I need to wax? What wax do I use? If the project is going to be in high use like a table top, we suggest waxing. This will protect the chalk paint and also provide a lovely depth and subtle sheen to the chalk paint. However if it is the side of, say a book case or dresser and you wish to keep the unique chalk finish look, it is fine to leave it unsealed.  What wax should I use? We will list all our lovely waxes and give you a brief rundown on their features...

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New in store, Soft Wax Chalk Paint Polish

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New in store, Soft Wax Chalk Paint Polish

  Just landed from Canada is the latest addition to our Chalk paint wax range. Made from an old English family recipe from a beeswax producer who's been in business for 30+ years! The differences to our lovely NZ beeswaxes are it is crafted with a tiny amount of deodorised minerals so it can't be classified as natural. However this makes it a bit more durable and it won't break down as quickly as our natural waxes. It has the most gorgeous Lavender scent, combined with a soft buttery texture, which really makes it a pleasure to work with. It imparts a...

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