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Ruthie Corbet Rossi
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After completing my first project (dining table and chairs), these simple-to-use products gave me the confidence to whitewash my fireplace! First I used HTP’s prep deglosser/degreaser to clean the fireplace really, really well! I then used Colosseum, one part to one part water, and whitewashed the entire thing. I also decided to paint the mantle in HTP’s Stonehenge since I had it, and my house pulls more to grays anyway. I then randomly went over some of the bricks with HTP’s greige antiquing gel and just kept playing with it until I got the look I wanted. I then took the antiquing gel and antiqued the entire inside. Note: this fireplace is unused and I will not be starting a fire in it (just candles when I’m present!) I wish I would have done it sooner! Thank you for these amazing, easy to use products!
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Melissa Bray-Bruner

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Color Club - MAY! Found this cute little table at an antique mall. Base is color club with white wash antiquing gel. Fun little table. Vase is color club base, using water technique of Cashmere and Mediterranean
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Stacey Coonrod Thomas
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After. Iron Gate! This paint is amazing. It is so easy to use and the transformation was unbelievable. This saved us from having to buy new doors. I highly recommend this paint.
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Becky Ayers
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I LOVE a good bargain and a DIY project! My dad is ‘Mr. Thrifty’ and it’s in my blood too. Also, as a Dave Ramsey follower there was NO WAY I would spend almost $7,000 on a new high end leather sofa. $150 for very loved sectional on FB marketplace, $100 in HTP Reluv, a little more in new foam and A LOT of elbow grease and now I have a sectional and saved a lot of ????! Heirloom Traditions Paint is the best there is and Reluv and Bond-n-flex are such a wonderful products!
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Sara Lamb
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Plain countertop? HTP to the rescue!!! Not quite finished, but I’m SO excited!!! I hit it with a sander just to even it up, deglossed, and then used one coat of HTP Colosseum as my base. I then watered down some cheap acrylic paint in a dark gray and freehanded it on with several different feathers. I then went back and diluted my gray paint even more (like, suuuper watery) and lightly stippled around all my veining to blend! Then, topped with a water based clear coat!
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Refurbished At Naptime
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HTP paint is such an easy paint to use! No sanding or priming. It leaves such a smooth finish and doesn’t require a clear coat. Self leveling to eliminate brush strokes. This was 2 coats of Mediterranean and natural lighting. Dries hard and is very durable!