The READY, COLOUR, ENHANCE system that we have is so easy, it’s like taking candy from a baby! Below are FAQ’s answering common Velvet Finishes questions...
What is the ENHANCE GLAZE product?
The Enhance Glaze products are used to give a painted piece depth and dimension by bringing in an additional color
Velvet Finishes offers two Glaze products, a Dark Glaze and a Clear Glaze.
How do I use ENHANCE GLAZE products?
Apply ENHANCE GLAZE with The Reviver brush, or other high quality brush, and wipe off with a cheesecloth or other lint-frees cloth, allowing the GLAZE to collect in grooves and recesses.
ENHANCE GLAZE acts as a sealer for your projects and adds a slight level of shine. No need to use the PROTECT if the ENHANCE GLAZE is used.
Kellie’s Tips: It is important to remove any excess GLAZE before it begins to dry, as the rubbing may pull off the paint. Basically, the GLAZE will reactivate the paint.
If, after you glaze, you would like the glaze to look darker or you want more glaze in a particular area, let your first coat dry thoroughly. If you glaze again while the glaze is still tacky, you will pull it all off when you use your rag.
What is the ENHANCE DARK GLAZE product?
ENHANCE DARK GLAZE is fairly close to the gorgeous color of TIMELESS, a rich neutral gray. It is beautiful over every COLOUR in the VF line. It’s even beautiful over the TIMELESS paint COLOUR, as it just gives a Timeless painted piece, a little more depth.
What is the ENHANCE CLEAR GLAZE product?
ENHANCE CLEAR GLAZE: If the DARK GLAZE is not the perfect color for your project, we offer an ENHANCE CLEAR GLAZE. ENHANCE CLEAR GLAZE can be mixed with any paint COLOUR to create a unique glaze color.
Kellie’s Tip: With my lazy painter ways you will rarely find me measuring when I mix COLOUR to the CLEAR GLAZE. When I’m being a mixologist, if I want the glaze color more intense, I add more paint and if I want it less, I add more glaze. I try not to make big work of it all. BUT!!!! If you are doing a large piece…measure. You do not want to end up with different glaze colors on your piece because you had to mix a second batch and didn’t know your ratios.