Clear

I have a bit of a predicament.  Sixteen years ago, I constructed my kitchen cabinets out of maple and put a clear finish on them.  Over the years, the maple has yellowed to the point that my wife wants me to do something about it.  I really do not want to paint them, I would like to put a colored finish on them that would still show the wood.  I tried a product from minwax called polyshades, but it did not adhere to the onderlying finish.  Is there any way or any product that will accomplish...

Diane of The Paint Factory blew us away with this masterpiece transfer: 'Swan Song' Ophelia! She used a combination of Clear, Van Dyke Brown, and Burnt Umber Glaze Effects for the finish. Words cannot express how gorgeous this piece is.

She describes, "And while working with Ophelia, I realized that she was quite possibly my last image transfer. I feel that this particular 'voice/vision' (whatever you want to call it), has been expressed... It feels right to go and exercise a new...

This beauty was refinished by Diane of The Paint Factory LLC. It was accented with GF Van Dyke Brown, Burnt Umber and Clear Glaze Effects. Looks amazing!
Feast your eyes on this one of a kind beauty! "The Virgin, Jesus and Saint John Baptist by William-Adolphe Bouguereau 1875. I wanted to pay homage to The Madonna. A shrine, so to speak. And I wanted the fresco feel to it (especially on the panels) and gold leaf. Because, in Italy, everything is gold leafed. Lots of GF glazes on this. Clear, Burnt Umber, Van Dyke Glaze with Glaze Extender (which rocks)." - Diane of The Paint Factory LLC_

You know how much I love your glazes, GF!! And now I love the glaze extender. Just what I needed for this piece. This is my latest creation. I wanted it to look like a fresco, and I needed the right amount of aging (and I hate using dark wax). Clear/Van Dyke/Burnt Umber GF Glazes. - The Paint Factory by Diane Llewellyn Grover