Faux Finish Tips- Use in Glaze or in Polyurethane
Kandy and Spectre Pearl powders are great for creating incredible interior decorating FAUX FINISH effects in your home or business.
TIP#1: Faux finish glaze with Spectre Pearl or Kandy powdered pearl pigments is super-hot right now. It is achieved by mixing pigment into clear glaze or water-based polyurethane, and applying it to the existing latex paint on the wall with a brush. USING A ROLLER OR A SPRAYER DEFEATS THE PURPOSE OF FAUX FINISH, SO use sponges, rags, brushes or any other faux finish technique that you are familiar with.
TIP#3: Pick a base color that your pearled Kandy FAUX FINISH will look good over. A flattering base color makes all the difference. For instance, a blue spectre pearl would look nice over a light blue or grey paint. A gold pearl looks nice over reds, greens, oranges, or browns. Experimentation is the key.
TIP#4: Applying a little pearl faux finish over white or black latex paint can create a great custom paint effect! Our flip colors are designed to paint over black, so getting color changing results depends on applying several coats over a black base. Our Carribean Gold chameleon pearl has been used in theater to create backgrounds that resemble realistic water. We have also seen our silver spectre pearls on home theatre walls and screens to boost the light distribution on the surface that makes for a brighter picture quality.
Making your white walls look like pearl is simple by using a white or silver pearl in glaze over your paint. We plan on releasing many more pictures soon displaying the uses of pearls in your home finishes.
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