Category:Crackle

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Proceed® Cracking Textures are reliable, single-step, trowelable textures that produce a range of cracking patterns and surface textures.  These materials do not require a size, and may be applied
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Proceed® Transparent Cracking Glaze is a reliable, single-step, clear coating that may be applied directly over surfaces base painted with eggshell to semi-gloss sheen paints to produce a range of cracking patterns. Using Cracking Glaze in conjunction with Cracking Size further enhances the cracking effect and offers more control of the resulting pattern. Proceed® Transparent Cracking Glaze is compatible with most waterborne products. Test mixes and sample boards should always be employed to ensure compatibility, level of cracking and adhesion performance.
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directly over surfaces base painted with an eggshell to semi-gloss sheen. However, an optional size is available that further enhances the cracking effect. Proceed® Cracking Textures are intermixable and are compatible with most waterborne products. Test mixes and sample boards should always be employed to ensure compatibility, level of cracking and adhesion performance.   
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As of January, 2015 Golden discontinued Smooth Cracking Texture and Rough Cracking Texture. However, these formulas may be ordered as custom products through Golden’s Custom LabContact [http://proceedsystem.com/contribute/ us] for more informationMinimums and custom mixing fees apply.
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Find all of the information we currently have on the technical aspects of this application and uses of pertinent products here:
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==General Information - Read this First==
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*Do not Force Dry - it will crack but it won't create a really beautiful crackle pattern.  
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*For best adhesion, use Proceed Low Absorbency [[Base Paint]] under the Proceed Crackle products.
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*A solid surface, meaning a surface that is strong enough to handle the force of the drying crackle, is required before considering to apply any of the Proceed Crackle products.  See [[Crackle Surface Preparation and Protection]]
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*'''ALWAYS''' make a control sample to check for unexpected interactions between cracking textures and size and products made by other manufacturersWe recommend using thin (1/4”) sheetrock for control samples as it best duplicates the surface conditions encountered on the job.
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*Please review: [[Why is it important to understand how Crackle Products work?]]
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Find all of the information we currently have on the technical aspects of this application and uses of pertinent products here.
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[[File:TransparentCrackingGlaze.jpg|300px]]
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File:RoughCrackingTexture2.jpg|[[Rough Cracking Texture]]
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File:SmoothCrackingTexture2.jpg|[[Smooth Cracking Texture]]
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File:TransparentCrackingGlaze.jpg|[[Transparent Cracking Glaze]]
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Current revision as of 23:52, 10 March 2015

Proceed® Transparent Cracking Glaze is a reliable, single-step, clear coating that may be applied directly over surfaces base painted with eggshell to semi-gloss sheen paints to produce a range of cracking patterns. Using Cracking Glaze in conjunction with Cracking Size further enhances the cracking effect and offers more control of the resulting pattern. Proceed® Transparent Cracking Glaze is compatible with most waterborne products. Test mixes and sample boards should always be employed to ensure compatibility, level of cracking and adhesion performance.

As of January, 2015 Golden discontinued Smooth Cracking Texture and Rough Cracking Texture. However, these formulas may be ordered as custom products through Golden’s Custom Lab. Contact us for more information. Minimums and custom mixing fees apply.


Find all of the information we currently have on the technical aspects of this application and uses of pertinent products here.

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