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PICKLING - Process of aging wood to simulate wearing or peeling of paint.
GLAZING - Process of applying one color over another color to achieve a specific brush or rag pattern, and to achieve a depth in color.
HIGH GLOSS - Process of creating a smooth, shiny finish to duplicate a hand rubbed high polish lacquer.
TEXTURE - Process generally used on walls which leaves a desired feel or movement of the surface, usually achieved by hand troweling with specific materials.
FUMING - A technique used to chemically age and color wood without the use of stains.
ANTIQUING - A process generally achieved over a painted surface to give the affect of age or wear from time.
GILDING - Process of applying either metal leaf or true gold leaf to surfaces.
SIMULATED WOOD AND MARBLE - Process of applying paints and glazes on surfaces in ways that recreate with illusion the look of real wood or marble.
STAINING - Process of achieving a color on wood that allows the grain of the wood to show through.
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