Fusion - Distressing Beeswax Block - 25gr

Article number: 01.30.0010.0025

Our 100% natural Beeswax Distressing Block™ is the perfect tool to distress any project you are working on easily.

For the exact placement of distressed lines and edges, press the wax block where you would like to see the distressed antiquing effect between layers of paint.

Anything that is applied on top of the waxed areas will easily distress without too much pressure from sanding! You will notice this resistance once you give your piece a light sanding at the end of applying all layers of paint. Any paint underneath the wax will remain in place, and any paint applied on top of the wax will come off effortlessly, allowing for the perfect distressed look.

This wax product is a solid block of beeswax.


What does it do?
Our Beeswax Distressing Block™ makes it extremely easy to distress a piece painted with Fusion. Apply it as a way to resist paint and make it easy to sand, even after a few days of drying time. Using the Beeswax Distressing Block™ makes it easy to control exactly where you distress your piece so you can predict the results.

Can I paint over it?
It is meant to be painted over, but only so that it is easy to remove the paint later on! If you want a solid painted finish, you must remove the Beeswax with mineral spirits.

What is the difference between wet and dry sanding?
Wet sanding is just dry sanding with a little bit of water added! By adding water, you reduce the friction between the sanding paper and the surface you’re sanding, allowing you to get a super smooth finish. In addition, adding a bit of water helps to re-activate the paint and make it even easier to sand. This makes any distressing you do look very naturally worn.

What is the difference between this and your other wax products?
This wax product is a solid block of beeswax. Our other waxes are softer and meant as top coats.

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