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  • stockists - decorative effects
    contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety Menu home products craft seasonal packs textile foils appliglue decorative effects sale items gallery appliglue transferglaze decoupage craquelure crackleglaze projects textile foils about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety stockists decorative effects Artstat Creative House Tilson Road Roundthorn Industrial Estate Manchester M23 9WR tel 0161 902 3800 www arstat co uk A S Handover Unit 8 Leeds Place Tollington Park London N4 3RF tel 0844 875 3381 www handover co uk Craftworld 23 29 Queen Street Belfast BT1 6EA tel 02890 249000 www craft world co uk Green Stone 259 Kings Road London SW3 5EL tel 020 7352 0837 www greenandstone com In Perspective 45 St Leonards Road Bexhill on Sea East Sussex TN40 1JA tel 01424 731120 www inperspectiveart co uk Inspiring Ideas Unit 417 Retail Park 2 The Blanchardstown Centre Dublin 15 Eire tel 353 01 8219277 www inspiringideas com Lion Picture Framing Supplies Ltd 148 Garrison Street Heartlands Birmingham B9 4BN tel 0121 773 1230 www lionpic co uk Paul s Toys Haberdashery Blackheath Market Unit 7 65 Birmingham Road Rowley Regis West Midlands B65 0HS Sew What Interiors 46 48 Main Street Castlewellan

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/stockists-decorative-effects/info_189.html (2016-04-27)
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  • stockists - appliglue & craft packs
    crackleglaze projects textile foils about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety Menu home products craft seasonal packs textile foils appliglue decorative effects sale items gallery appliglue transferglaze decoupage craquelure crackleglaze projects textile foils about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety stockists appliglue craft packs Craftworld 23 29 Queen Street Belfast BT1 6EA tel 02890 249000 www craft world co uk Creative Beadcraft 2 Asheridge Road Chesham HP5 2PT tel 01494 778818 www creativebeadcraft co uk clear appliglue only Glues Direct Unit 9 Fernhurst Business Park Midhurst Road Fernhurst Surrey GU27 3HB tel 01428 656585 www gluesdirect co uk Green Stone 259 Kings Road London SW3 5EL tel 020 7352 0837 www greenandstone com Inspiring Ideas Unit 417 Retail Park 2 The Blanchardstown Centre Dublin 15 Eire tel 353 01 8219277 www inspiringideas com Paul s Toys Haberdashery Blackheath Market Unit 7 65 Birmingham Road Rowley Regis West Midlands B65 0HS The Art Stationers 31 Dulwich Village London SE21 7BN tel 0208 693 5938 The Beadshop Nottingham Ltd 7 Market Street Nottingham NG1 6HY tel 0115 959 8899 www mailorder beads co uk The Button Shop 87 Green Street London E7 8JF tel

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  • faq's for craquelure
    appeals can be used your imagination is the limit q why shouldn t I use an artist s acrylic medium to rub into the cracks a because it s water based it will simply rub away instead of remaining in the cracks q do I always have to use an oil based varnish for protection a a coloured furniture wax is an excellent protection instead of a varnish q does it have to be an oil based varnish a because an oil based product is used to fill the cracks you have to finish off with and oil based varnish if not using a wax there will be a reaction if a water based product is put over an oil base however if you seal your project with shellac button polish you will be able to use a water based varnish q can I use craquelure in a damp environment eg bathroom kitchen a it is not adviseable the damp causes the crack to reactivate and the paintwork can become milky where professionals use hard lacquers over the craquelure this problem may be eliminated try not to work on a piece that has been stored in a damp environment and not dried out sufficiently we would also recommend that you don t hang your painting on a damp wall if you are creating a professional piece we recommend that you test your technique thoroughly before selling your concept q the step 2 has become thick and toffee ish in texture and is difficult to use is the product OK a the product is fine stand the container of step 2 in a pot of boiled water where the warmth will thin it out OR place it in the airing cupboard a while before you are ready to work with it OR place it on the radiator to warm it up make sure you take it off to work with it or you may drip craquelure all over the radiator you may dip the tip of the paint brush into boiled water wipe it off so that the tip is moist but not wet to make it easier to paint a warning though too damp and the cracks will not appear q I have stored my pots of product in a shed with no heating over the winter will it affect the condition of the product a the product should not be stored below 5 degrees or in a very hot spot next to a radiator or on a window sill with the sun shining on to it for instance the more constant the temperature the better the emptier the container the more likely it is to deteriorate q I have had my product for ages will it still work what is the shelf life a craquelure is no different from an emulsion or paint it has a shelf life of about a year but it is most important that it is stored correctly and that there is no painting directly

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/faq-39-s-for-craquelure/info_41.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 100ml craquelure step 1 large crack
    to use an oil based varnish for protection a a coloured furniture wax is an excellent protection instead of a varnish q does it have to be an oil based varnish a because an oil based product is used to fill the cracks you have to finish off with and oil based varnish if not using a wax there will be a reaction if a water based product is put over an oil base however if you seal your project with shellac button polish you will be able to use a water based varnish q can I use craquelure in a damp environment eg bathroom kitchen a it is not adviseable the damp causes the crack to reactivate and the paintwork can become milky where professionals use hard lacquers over the craquelure this problem may be eliminated try not to work on a piece that has been stored in a damp environment and not dried out sufficiently we would also recommend that you don t hang your painting on a damp wall if you are creating a professional piece we recommend that you test your technique thoroughly before selling your concept q the step 2 has become thick and toffee ish in texture and is difficult to use is the product OK a the product is fine stand the container of step 2 in a pot of boiled water where the warmth will thin it out OR place it in the airing cupboard a while before you are ready to work with it OR place it on the radiator to warm it up make sure you take it off to work with it or you may drip craquelure all over the radiator you may dip the tip of the paint brush into boiled water wipe it off so that the tip is moist but not wet to make it easier to paint a warning though too damp and the cracks will not appear q I have stored my pots of product in a shed with no heating over the winter will it affect the condition of the product a the product should not be stored below 5 degrees or in a very hot spot next to a radiator or on a window sill with the sun shining on to it for instance the more constant the temperature the better the emptier the container the more likely it is to deteriorate q I have had my product for ages will it still work what is the shelf life a craquelure is no different from an emulsion or paint it has a shelf life of about a year but it is most important that it is stored correctly and that there is no painting directly from the pot as contamination can occur q can I paint directly from the pot a painting from the pot will cause contamination always decant as much as is required never pour any product that yu have been working with back into the pot q will the

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  • 250ml craquelure step 1 large crack
    cracks q do I always have to use an oil based varnish for protection a a coloured furniture wax is an excellent protection instead of a varnish q does it have to be an oil based varnish a because an oil based product is used to fill the cracks you have to finish off with and oil based varnish if not using a wax there will be a reaction if a water based product is put over an oil base however if you seal your project with shellac button polish you will be able to use a water based varnish q can I use craquelure in a damp environment eg bathroom kitchen a it is not adviseable the damp causes the crack to reactivate and the paintwork can become milky where professionals use hard lacquers over the craquelure this problem may be eliminated try not to work on a piece that has been stored in a damp environment and not dried out sufficiently we would also recommend that you don t hang your painting on a damp wall if you are creating a professional piece we recommend that you test your technique thoroughly before selling your concept q the step 2 has become thick and toffee ish in texture and is difficult to use is the product OK a the product is fine stand the container of step 2 in a pot of boiled water where the warmth will thin it out OR place it in the airing cupboard a while before you are ready to work with it OR place it on the radiator to warm it up make sure you take it off to work with it or you may drip craquelure all over the radiator you may dip the tip of the paint brush into boiled water wipe it off so that the tip is moist but not wet to make it easier to paint a warning though too damp and the cracks will not appear q I have stored my pots of product in a shed with no heating over the winter will it affect the condition of the product a the product should not be stored below 5 degrees or in a very hot spot next to a radiator or on a window sill with the sun shining on to it for instance the more constant the temperature the better the emptier the container the more likely it is to deteriorate q I have had my product for ages will it still work what is the shelf life a craquelure is no different from an emulsion or paint it has a shelf life of about a year but it is most important that it is stored correctly and that there is no painting directly from the pot as contamination can occur q can I paint directly from the pot a painting from the pot will cause contamination always decant as much as is required never pour any product that yu have been working with back

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  • 2.5l craquelure step 1 large crack
    cracks q do I always have to use an oil based varnish for protection a a coloured furniture wax is an excellent protection instead of a varnish q does it have to be an oil based varnish a because an oil based product is used to fill the cracks you have to finish off with and oil based varnish if not using a wax there will be a reaction if a water based product is put over an oil base however if you seal your project with shellac button polish you will be able to use a water based varnish q can I use craquelure in a damp environment eg bathroom kitchen a it is not adviseable the damp causes the crack to reactivate and the paintwork can become milky where professionals use hard lacquers over the craquelure this problem may be eliminated try not to work on a piece that has been stored in a damp environment and not dried out sufficiently we would also recommend that you don t hang your painting on a damp wall if you are creating a professional piece we recommend that you test your technique thoroughly before selling your concept q the step 2 has become thick and toffee ish in texture and is difficult to use is the product OK a the product is fine stand the container of step 2 in a pot of boiled water where the warmth will thin it out OR place it in the airing cupboard a while before you are ready to work with it OR place it on the radiator to warm it up make sure you take it off to work with it or you may drip craquelure all over the radiator you may dip the tip of the paint brush into boiled water wipe it off so that the tip is moist but not wet to make it easier to paint a warning though too damp and the cracks will not appear q I have stored my pots of product in a shed with no heating over the winter will it affect the condition of the product a the product should not be stored below 5 degrees or in a very hot spot next to a radiator or on a window sill with the sun shining on to it for instance the more constant the temperature the better the emptier the container the more likely it is to deteriorate q I have had my product for ages will it still work what is the shelf life a craquelure is no different from an emulsion or paint it has a shelf life of about a year but it is most important that it is stored correctly and that there is no painting directly from the pot as contamination can occur q can I paint directly from the pot a painting from the pot will cause contamination always decant as much as is required never pour any product that yu have been working with back

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/products/decorative-effects/craquelure/2-5l-craquelure-step-1-large-crack/prod_203.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 5l craquelure step 1 large crack
    cracks q do I always have to use an oil based varnish for protection a a coloured furniture wax is an excellent protection instead of a varnish q does it have to be an oil based varnish a because an oil based product is used to fill the cracks you have to finish off with and oil based varnish if not using a wax there will be a reaction if a water based product is put over an oil base however if you seal your project with shellac button polish you will be able to use a water based varnish q can I use craquelure in a damp environment eg bathroom kitchen a it is not adviseable the damp causes the crack to reactivate and the paintwork can become milky where professionals use hard lacquers over the craquelure this problem may be eliminated try not to work on a piece that has been stored in a damp environment and not dried out sufficiently we would also recommend that you don t hang your painting on a damp wall if you are creating a professional piece we recommend that you test your technique thoroughly before selling your concept q the step 2 has become thick and toffee ish in texture and is difficult to use is the product OK a the product is fine stand the container of step 2 in a pot of boiled water where the warmth will thin it out OR place it in the airing cupboard a while before you are ready to work with it OR place it on the radiator to warm it up make sure you take it off to work with it or you may drip craquelure all over the radiator you may dip the tip of the paint brush into boiled water wipe it off so that the tip is moist but not wet to make it easier to paint a warning though too damp and the cracks will not appear q I have stored my pots of product in a shed with no heating over the winter will it affect the condition of the product a the product should not be stored below 5 degrees or in a very hot spot next to a radiator or on a window sill with the sun shining on to it for instance the more constant the temperature the better the emptier the container the more likely it is to deteriorate q I have had my product for ages will it still work what is the shelf life a craquelure is no different from an emulsion or paint it has a shelf life of about a year but it is most important that it is stored correctly and that there is no painting directly from the pot as contamination can occur q can I paint directly from the pot a painting from the pot will cause contamination always decant as much as is required never pour any product that yu have been working with back

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  • 2.5l craquelure step 2 top coat
    cracks q do I always have to use an oil based varnish for protection a a coloured furniture wax is an excellent protection instead of a varnish q does it have to be an oil based varnish a because an oil based product is used to fill the cracks you have to finish off with and oil based varnish if not using a wax there will be a reaction if a water based product is put over an oil base however if you seal your project with shellac button polish you will be able to use a water based varnish q can I use craquelure in a damp environment eg bathroom kitchen a it is not adviseable the damp causes the crack to reactivate and the paintwork can become milky where professionals use hard lacquers over the craquelure this problem may be eliminated try not to work on a piece that has been stored in a damp environment and not dried out sufficiently we would also recommend that you don t hang your painting on a damp wall if you are creating a professional piece we recommend that you test your technique thoroughly before selling your concept q the step 2 has become thick and toffee ish in texture and is difficult to use is the product OK a the product is fine stand the container of step 2 in a pot of boiled water where the warmth will thin it out OR place it in the airing cupboard a while before you are ready to work with it OR place it on the radiator to warm it up make sure you take it off to work with it or you may drip craquelure all over the radiator you may dip the tip of the paint brush into boiled water wipe it off so that the tip is moist but not wet to make it easier to paint a warning though too damp and the cracks will not appear q I have stored my pots of product in a shed with no heating over the winter will it affect the condition of the product a the product should not be stored below 5 degrees or in a very hot spot next to a radiator or on a window sill with the sun shining on to it for instance the more constant the temperature the better the emptier the container the more likely it is to deteriorate q I have had my product for ages will it still work what is the shelf life a craquelure is no different from an emulsion or paint it has a shelf life of about a year but it is most important that it is stored correctly and that there is no painting directly from the pot as contamination can occur q can I paint directly from the pot a painting from the pot will cause contamination always decant as much as is required never pour any product that yu have been working with back

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