Do you find it difficult to work with furniture glaze? Do you wipe it off in all the places you want it to remain? You add more and just end up removing it again. It can be a time-consuming task and a skill you just don’t have time to perfect.
The answer to your frustrations is a powder glaze!
Powder glazing goes on wet, dries completely and you remove the dry powder in only the areas you want. No more wiping and reapplying wet glaze. Powder glazing adds depth, dimension, and beauty to any furniture piece or cabinet.
Powder Glazing Facts:
You can use any kind of paint with Powder Glaze, however, I do share a detailed section in the video about different paint types and brands, to ensure your success.
You can apply the powder liquid with a sprayer or by hand.
I give a detailed supply list with links to the products.
This video training covers the application and how to apply sealer the Powder Glaze by hand and with a sprayer.
This training is perfect for the DIYer who wants to learn how to use Powder Glaze on their own furniture pieces or for a furniture painting seller.
DeDe is a creative entrepreneur who teaches others how to create the home of their dreams without the designer price tag. She is a self-taught furniture flipper who has refinished thousands of furniture pieces. She has taught hundreds of students in local workshops and online, how to paint furniture.
Schedules are busy; class sizes are limited so she has brought the classroom to you in your own home and at your own pace. She loves teaching others through her creative blog & furniture painting workshops.
***Due to the nature of the workshop, which is 100% digital delivery and users have access immediately upon purchase, all workshops are non-refundable. However I want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase, so please email dede(at)designeddecor(dot)com with any comments, questions or dissatisfaction.
This powder glazing technique is demonstrated on an actual desk from start to finish with all the detailed steps you will need to complete your own piece of furniture.