Chalk-Tique Paste Wax

Chalk-Tique Paste Wax is the perfect follow up to any chalk-painted surface. Chalk-Tique Paste Wax adds a natural-looking satin wax finish that helps protect and beautify your new chalk-style painted surface. Use Chalk-Tique Dark Paste Wax to slightly darken the paint and help create a “distressed” looking, aged patina. Use Chalk-Tique Light Paste Wax to help seal, finish, and protect the newly painted surface without darkening the paint. This process creates a very appealing patina that only a chalk-style paint and paste wax combination will achieve.

Chalk-Tique Paste Wax enhances and helps protect all chalk-style painted surfaces with a unique blend of Brazilian carnauba wax, beeswax, orange oil, and special surfactants. When a painted surface is lightly distressed and then Paste Wax is applied, the finished surface is beautiful, stylish and polished with an aged look that only chalk-style paint and paste wax will create. Excellent for sealing and protecting all Chalk-Tique painted surfaces, including wood, glass, ceramic, laminate, metal, etc. Protect and prolong the life of all your chalk-style painted surfaces with Chalk-Tique Paste Wax.

Prior to applying Chalk-Tique Paste Wax, sandpaper can be used to create a distressed look. Use coarser grit for a heavily distressed finish or fine grit for a lightly distressed finish. To ensure your piece looks naturally worn, sand corners and edges first. IMPORTANT: Allow paint to fully dry before distressing and always sand with the wood grain. If you feel you have distressed too much, simply touch up with more paint.

  1. Make sure surface is dry and free of dust or other contamination. To clean, use Clean-A-Finish.
  2. Using a clean, soft cloth, apply a thin, even coat of Chalk-Tique Paste Wax in a circular motion to a small area at a time.
  3. Let dry 3-5 minutes, then buff with a clean, soft cloth.
  4. Turn the cloth frequently for best results.
  5. Reapply if necessary.


WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Ethylbenzene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to