Amazing toned down a clock I purchased - looks like ibought this little bit darker. Easy to use and great finish
It was very easy to apply on my guitar neck.
Love to use this stuff!! It’s great! Used it on a plain concrete planter from Lowes to transform it to look old!
Haven’t had the chance to try yet. Trying to get my mind set on what I would like to do. I love it all. Sorry but FYI I had a hard time hearing and concentrating on your video because the music was loud and distracting. ️♀️
Have to still master how to apply
Done a one step paint on these vases and then added gold. Sealed it all with the dark antique wax and it brought out all the details just like I wanted! Thanks for such great products!
I use the waxes for all my projects. I love using it on leafed items, such as I did on the silver leaf for hardware.
Perfect color for this piece.
This is my first attempt at refurbishing my hutch and I Love it!!!
I had Cypress columns put on my front porch. I played around with different stains and decided that I loved just putting the dark antique wax on it and nothing else. They turned out beautiful and I be have tons of compliments on them.
The dark wax was perfect as part of the finishing process after the paint and light wax, but BE CAREFUL! Make sure that after you load up your brush you make sure it is un heavyed on the cardboard. You can easily cause an area to be too dark. You can see in the photo the top looks like a brand new piece of furniture and the bottom looks like something that is perfectly aged.
I used the dark wax in this puck for the picture and the frame- used sparingly this will add the perfect final (other than dust of ages- which is put on right after this) layer to almost any - ok ANY piece.
Awesome product! I have used it on my wall and furniture projects. Highly recommend
I redid this dresser. The dark wax worked awesome!
I have not used it yet, but I expect it will perform as expected.
I’m not done as yet with my project so I’m not sharing a picture. I found a vintage iron headboard a couple of years ago for my Dad’s old bedroom, now the visiting grandkids room. I spray painted it a grey. It looked not bad . I’m finally getting to making this room how I want it & the headboard just doesn’t blend in. I had another brand of dark wax I tried, put on about 5 coats & I just wasn’t getting the look I wanted. So my google search popped on many brands, many I’ve tried. Amy Howard I haven’t tried but have seen her on a local show from Chicago & she is just so informative. So I gave Amy a shot. The products I needed was not carried at my local Ace Hardware. I got the dark wax & the gold wax. I’m trying for an industrial look but want to add a tiny bit of the gold so I can blend in the hardware on the vintage dresser. So far I’ve only done one coat of the dark & OMG what a huge difference & getting closer to the look I had in my head. I tried just a tiny bit of the gold in a area no one can see because I’m just impatient. I think the end result will be exactly the look I wanted to achieve.
This wax is better than some I’ve used in the past. A little goes a long way for sure. So worth the price.
I have never used wax before. It is so easy
I cleaned some unglazed tile with diluted vinegar and it took up the grunge but also all the color, leaving it a strange, washed out peachy color. The dark wax restored the tile to the rich color it's supposed to be.
The dark wax added just the touch of age I was looking for.
Fireplace mantel and cabinets (also two shelves above each cabinet) came in white, which I felt was too stark, so I’m using the dark antique wax on all. Not finished with buffing some more of the wax off and installing the other cabinet and four shelves but I think you can tell what it’ll look like when finished.
This is where you really start to feel like an artist! My dream hutch that I visualized was coming true! I love this product! It’s truly “the icing on the cake”. (Sorry for all the cliques!) It’s forgiving- if you get too much, you can wipe it off. It creates the exact “used” look I was going for.
Nice old english color. Warm brown. Can be used to distress over paints but works well on sugar pine as a wax.
Wow, it was like magic. Just a touch here and there and it looked like a family antique!
Love Amy Howard products. I’ve tried 3 others, but find the Amy Howard colors more ‘delicious’, the waxes and glazes more controllable.
Best overall chalk paint products
I’ve worked with 3 other chalk paint products this year and I prefer Amy Howard’s overall. The waxes are richer and easier to work with, and the colors are simply more gorgeous and ‘high-end looking’ than the rest.
Quick and satisfactory
Waxed my loveseat
I painted an old French loveseat black and waxed it to perfection! Love Love Love