Antique Crackle is a natural liquid gelatin. Using Antique Crackle is an easy way to achieve a weathered or "alligatored" look on furniture, picture frames, signs, etc.
It is preferred by custom furniture builders, interior designers, artists, craftsmen, and do-it-yourselfers. It is biodegradeable and non-toxic, brushes on easily and dries to a clear satin finish.
Applications: Antique Crackle can be used with either Milk Paint or some other water-based finishes. It is applied over a dried newly painted surface before the final coat and causes this final coat of paint to crackle. It can also be applied directly to clean surfaces such as bare wood, primed metal, glass, wallboard and previously painted or varnished surfaces.
The final coat of Milk Paint is applied after the crackle is dry. It can also be used as a crackle "glaze", creating a clear, crackled topcoat over bare wood or paint. For this effect a clear water-based finish such as our Clear Coat is applied over a layer of Antique Crackle.
1). Works with either Milk Paint or some other water-based finishes Adheres to most clean surfaces;
2). Completely environmentally safe and non-toxic Non-flammable;
3). A variety of crackle effects can be achieved No odor when dry;
4). Easily cleaned up with water Fast drying; and
5). Long shelf life.
Color: Light Camel; dries clear/satin VOC'S: Maximum = 0.08 Lbs./Gal, 9.28 Grams/Liter;
Consistency: Viscosity of syrup Clean Up: Warm Water;
Temperature: -30 F to +500 F
Drying Time: Approximately 2 to 3 hours;
Combustibility: Non-combustible Freeze/Thaw Stability:
Excellent; Shelf Life: 1 to 2 years at room temperature. Indefinite, if refrigerated or frozen.
: Case of Pints is 24 Pints, Case of Quarts is 12 Quarts and Case of Gallons is 4 Gallons