yaexrae: “ Rub ‘n Buff Sampler - Color Review I’ve been using Rub ‘n Buff as a metallic finish for my props for years, but recently at Gen Con I met an awesome Amaco rep who was giving out free samples and coupon codes (gencon2016 for 20% off a...

yaexrae: “ Rub ‘n Buff Sampler - Color Review I’ve been using Rub ‘n Buff as a metallic finish for my props for years, but recently at Gen Con I met an awesome Amaco rep who was giving out free samples and coupon codes (gencon2016 for 20% off a...

$ 19 Table Makeovers with Spray Paint and Rub 'n Buff. View post: http://www.southshoredecoratingblog.com/2012/07/19-table-makeovers-with-spray-paint-and.html

diy--mirror finish on wooden furniture using chrome spray paint, rub n' buff, antiquing glaze, rubbing compound for cars, mirror glaze

How to paint Cabinet Handles using Rub 'n Buff. This easy DIY painted hardware project will help update your kitchen, bathroom and laundry room cabinet! More painting tips and decorating advice at theMagicBrushinc.com

Painting Cabinet Handles - An Easy Update with Rub & Buff

How to paint Cabinet Handles using Rub 'n Buff. This easy DIY painted hardware project will help update your kitchen, bathroom and laundry room cabinet! More painting tips and decorating advice at theMagicBrushinc.com

Ok everyone!  I've had lots of emails about how to apply the Rub n' Buff to large pieces of furniture.  Does it need to be sealed? Do you ne...

Tips for Rub n Buffing large furniture--Super easy! Silver Leaf Rub n' Buff Desk Redo ~ How To

Make over a shiny brass lamp to look like expensive bronze with rub-n-buff, at View Along the Way

how to make your lamps cordless. Make over a shiny brass lamp to look like expensive bronze with rub-n-buff, at View Along the Way

Rub-n-Buff cream is used for decorating wood, plaster, pottery, metal and etched glass surfaces. You can create your own rub-n-buff cream in varying metallic colors using this simple do it yourself recipe.

Rub-n-Buff cream is used for decorating wood, plaster, pottery, metal and etched glass surfaces. You can create your own rub-n-buff cream in varying metallic colors using this simple do it yourself recipe.

rub and buff gold leaf metallic finish - see Laurel Bern blog.   Rub ‘n buff is exactly what it says. You dab it on with a paper towel and rub it in/off to get the effect that you want with a paper towel.  My two favorite shades of gold are Gold Leaf and Grecian Gold

Little Known Insider Tips for Getting Expensive Looking Decor + Sources

Little Known Insider Tips for Getting Expensive Looking Decor + Sources gold leaf and grecian gold

Rub n' Buff is magical. I like to reuse hardware from old furniture when painting a piece of furniture or re-staining it. Rub n' Buff will make the most tarnished hardware look new again! See all 5+ ways to use Rub n' Buff. ThriftDiving Blog

5 Ways To Use Rub n' Buff

Reuse your old tarnished hardware.and other uses for using Rub 'n Buff for your DIY projects!

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