Red never looked so good! Get a look that even the Queen of Hearts would approve of with Tawny Pearl Effects stippled over two coats of Brick Red Milk Paint. Learn more about Pearl Effects here: https://youtu.be/7c5WZEwA9wI
You can use GF products over wall paint, but proceed with caution. Latex wall paints are engineered for a different purpose than wood finishes. Walls generally experience less wear and tear than horizontal surfaces, so they are manufactured without the resin systems that make furniture paint more durable.
Note: Latex wall paints must cure for 7-10 days before glaze or topcoat can be added.
Refinishing furniture in a space that is below or above the 65*-75* F range can lead to problems, and a space below 55* F is definitely too cold. One issue caused by cold temperatures is the development of dimples in the finish called "Orange Peel".
The colder your space it is, the longer you have to wait between coats. Cold temperatures slow the dry time and affect how quickly the finish will level and harden. Our easy rule of thumb is; if it's cold enough to wear a sweater it's too cold to apply a water based finish.