Soft Furniture Wax

by: Annie Sloan

Annie Sloan Soft Wax is the consistency of soft margarine in a tub and is easy to apply, completely colourless and has very little odour. It is water-repellent so can be used on dining room tables and kitchens. Wipe clean regularly with a damp cloth although for tough marks use a proprietary spray cleaner and re-wax. Annie recommends applying Chalk Paint® decorative paint, waxing it and then sanding it for the best results. You can also colour the Clear Soft Wax with a little Chalk Paint®.

To age and give texture to your paintwork apply Annie Sloan Clear Soft Wax first then apply apply Dark Soft Wax. Wipe off any excess, then use the Clear Soft Wax to take more off if you need to. Leave the dark wax in the recesses to create a great antique look. 

You can colour Dark Soft Wax to make it less brown by using a little Chalk Paint® in the wax. Use Old White to make white wax or a bit of Aubusson to make the wax almost black.
Apply with a brush or rag.

Annie Sloan Soft Wax is the perfect partner for Chalk PaintTM. Soft Wax is used for protection and durability and to give a beautiful mellow finish to painted furniture, cabinets, and walls. You can easily apply one or two coats of Soft Wax with a brush or cloth. It has the consistency of soft margarine and has very little odour. Soft Wax combines two of the purest and hardest natural waxes available ⎯ carnauba wax and beeswax. It’s available in Clear and Dark formulations, and can be further coloured with Chalk PaintTM. Soft Wax is water-repellent too.Annie recommends distressing Chalk PaintTM by applying Soft Wax, then sanding.
“Gorgeous results have never been so simple and straightforward.” ⎯ Annie Sloan

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