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In this video, General Finishes shows you how using Gel Stain as an antiquing glaze can achieve a lustrous finished feeling that will leave you loving the new aged appearance of your wood projects.
We are often asked if Gel Stain can be used as an antiquing glaze and the answer is yes. You can use Gel Stain by itself or reduce it 10-20% with mineral spirits. Reducing the gel stain will make it easier to wipe off excess. Be sure to the test color on the underside of project to make sure it is what you want. When layering newly applied oil and water finishes, be sure to wait 72 hours between coats.
Existing finishes – Prep as usual by cleaning with a 50/50 mix of denatured alcohol and water, and scuffing with a Scotch Brite pad.
New projects – See our video for prepping new wood here: https://youtu.be/Tl4s34DZolc
For this demo, we reduced Antique Walnut Gel Stain with 10% mineral spirits and applied the reduction over Millstone Milk Paint.
Apply the first coat of Milk Paint and allow to dry for 2-3 hours. Next, apply one coat of High Performance Topcoat over the Milk Paint and let dry for 72 hours.
When switching to an oil based product let the first coat dry then brush on the Gel Stain mix, section by section with a foam brush or paint pad and wipe off with blue shop towels, starting in the center and working to the outside.
Always seal with 2 or 3 layers of topcoat.
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