A glaze is a small amount of colorant carried in a clear base (such as Clear Glaze Effects or High Performance Top Coat), and a color wash is a small amount of colorant carried in a white base (such as Whitewash Waterbased Wood Stain or Winter White Glaze). For a varnished look, increase the ratio of colorant to the clear base.
- For translucent color hues, any of our Milk Paints can be mixed with Clear Glaze Effects Base. We recommend a 50|50 mix of base and paint. You can further increase the color palette by mixing 2 or 3 Milk Paint colors together before adding the clear base.
- You can mix GF's Glaze effects, such as Pitch Black and Winter White to make any shade of grey.
- For a wood toned glaze, use Van Dyke Brown Glaze Effects or apply any EF Waterbased Wood Stain directly over the painted surface. Finish off with several coats of High Performance.
- Adding Milk Paint to white bases such as water based Whitewash Wood Stain or Winter...