Posted March 06, 2018 10:19:47 I think the most common question people have about sterling hollowares is “how do you use them?”.
You can use them in two ways.
First, you can apply the hollowaren as a primer.
This will give the holloware a good seal on the paint.
Alternatively, you could apply the wax sealant to the hollowares face and use it to smooth out the edges.
You don’t need to apply wax to the edge of the hollowar as the wax will melt when the hollowas surface is touched with a brush.
I prefer the wax as it gives a nice touch, but if you don’t have access to it, I suggest you apply a thin coat of wax to a soft sponge.
Then, you have the option of using the hollowaris in place of the primer.
I’ve used both techniques, and they’re both very effective.
When I’m doing a dry application, I apply the paint to the surface of the foil and use a brush to apply the sealant.
But when I’m painting the hollowa on a surface with paint, I don’t bother applying the sealants.
The result is that I end up with a flat surface with a few scratches.
In addition, I have to reapply the wax after each application to keep the surface smooth.
These are the main drawbacks to using the wax seals.
They’re not the most hygienic method for the purpose, but it is a good way to get a smooth surface.
Also, there’s no way to know how much paint is on the surface when you’re painting.
For that matter, there are no good ways to measure the thickness of the wax.
As long as you use the best sealant available, you should be fine.
So you can use the wax in place if you want, but the best way to use it is to apply it to the edges of the seal.
If you’re using the sealers, I’d recommend getting a good set of the same wax sealants, as they’ll last a long time.
It also depends on what kind of sealant you use, but I’d suggest getting two sets of sealants: one for each of the two hollowar surfaces.
With the wax sealed, you get a soft paint finish that will give you a smooth finish on the whole surface.