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Antiquing Glaze

$16.50

    The ability to create a stunning old world finish at your fingertips!

    Antiquing Glaze results in a provincial style finish inspired by Tuscany, Italy. In just a few simple steps you can achieve the lovely aged tint found on antiques of yesteryear.

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    “Milk paint never looked so good!”

    Antique furniture comes to us with the distressed beauty of the years. Our patented milk paint Antiquing Glaze allows you to bring European style and grace into your home using this exclusive finishing technique.

    Amy Howard Antiquing Glaze Project

    Distress and age Milk Paint finishes

    Age your furniture, cabinetry, and decorative accents to vintage perfection with a simple application of Antiquing Glaze. Pair with Toscana Milk Paint for a truly old world finish that instantly adds richness and character to your home.


    Amy’s Tip:  Ready for a more advanced finish? Try combining this Antiquing Glaze with with Light Wax, Dark Wax, and Dust of Ages for even more detailed distressing.

    For best results, pair Antiquing Glaze with Toscana Milk Paint.

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    The ability to create a stunning old world finish at your fingertips!

    Antiquing Glaze results in a provincial style finish inspired by Tuscany, Italy. In just a few simple steps you can achieve the lovely aged tint found on antiques of yesteryear.

      ~section 2~

    “Milk paint never looked so good!”

    Antique furniture comes to us with the distressed beauty of the years. Our patented milk paint Antiquing Glaze allows you to bring European style and grace into your home using this exclusive finishing technique.

    Amy Howard Antiquing Glaze Project

    Distress and age Milk Paint finishes

    Age your furniture, cabinetry, and decorative accents to vintage perfection with a simple application of Antiquing Glaze. Pair with Toscana Milk Paint for a truly old world finish that instantly adds richness and character to your home.


    Amy’s Tip:  Ready for a more advanced finish? Try combining this Antiquing Glaze with with Light Wax, Dark Wax, and Dust of Ages for even more detailed distressing.

    For best results, pair Antiquing Glaze with Toscana Milk Paint.