Ragging Faux Paint? Why Not

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Home Design Interior Ragging Faux Paint? Why Not
Published on March 13, 2015

Ragging faux paint techniques involve dabbing or rolling a crumpled up ball of cloth on a surface, with the goal to apply/remove colored glaze and create irregular decorative patterns and imprints.

Rag painting may also go by the names “cloth distressing”, “rag rolling”, “cheese clothing” or “parchment”; each is a variation on the same technique of dabbing the surface to add or subtract a glaze and leave impressions.

Ragging faux paint techniques create a smooth texture on the surface – a finish that can resemble vellum, brushed suede, crushed velvet, soft leather, wallpaper or parchment.

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