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View all of The Woolie™ faux finishing technique STEP BY STEP photos for walls. These are a great resource to give you a fast and easy overview of each faux finishing technique and how to achieve them. Compare them to determine a couple of your favorite painting techniques.
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Paint Technique: LINEN and DENIM
Primary Paint Tool: The Original Woolie Sheepskin Tool by The Woolie
Description: The Dragging Strié faux finish paint technique for walls has existed for centuries. The Strie technique has been endeared for replicating the look of expensive textiles. This look is not trendy, instead it creates the look and feel of "stability and longevity" in home decor for walls.
Recent years have introduced the newest version of this faux finish painting technique, called Linen and Denim. The Woolie paint tool enhances your ability to keep steady while making your passes on a wall NATURALLY. This makes it easier to get professional-looking results for your painting projects.
HOW TO FAUX FINISH PAINT
LINEN AND DENIM
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
Use The Woolie sheepskin pad to drag through the wet glaze horizontally.
After each pass through the wet glaze, blot off the excess glaze buildup from The Woolie faux paint pad
Follow all how-to steps for the DRAGGING STRIÉ faux finish painting technique before you proceed. Link Here
How-To Faux Finish Step Instruction - Linen Denim Technique by The Woolie (How To Paint Your Walls)
This is similar to Home Depot's Ralph Lauren Faux Finish Techniques. ONLY a heck of a lot faster and easier. Your end result will be even better using our paint technique and tools. Learn how to paint this technique now.
Apply your faux glaze color using a roller. Apply in a horizontal direction.
After the surface has dried completely, mark and mask wall into work panels. (See Instruction Video.)