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Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Paint
Available in a charming palette of traditional and stylish colors, the paint requires no prep...
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Martha Stewart Crafts ® Vintage Decor

Update your home decor with new Vintage Decor Paint to create a beautiful matte chalk finish. Our Vintage Decor Paint is available in a charming palette of 22 traditional and stylish colors that will complement any room. This paint requires no prep work and can be distressed or sealed with a clear or antique wax for added durability. Also new to the line is a collection of stencil sets, perfect for furniture and larger surface areas. Renewing your favorite finds has never been easier. 

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Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Wax is a brushable, waterbased, non-toxic wax used to seal and protect painted surfaces. more...
 
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There are two different types of Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Wax: Clear and Antique. more...
 
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Application is simple. Use the Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Brush or a lint-free cloth. Load the brush with wax, and then apply over the project surface in a thin layer. Remove excess with a damp cloth. Allow to dry 24 hours, then buff to desired sheen using a soft, lint-free cloth. more...
 
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When buffing, it is best to use a soft, lint-free cloth. Fold the cloth into a small section which can be easily held in one hand. If working on a large piece of furniture, be sure to occasionally open and refold the buffing cloth to a clean spot before continuing to buff. more...
 
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