One of the best advantages to using clay based paint / chalk / mineral is ease of distressing. Unlike latex paints, its dry time is relatively short and painful is simple. Typically distressing furniture is done with sandpaper, but this can cause severe brands not to mention the mess it makes. Another way to make the time spent look is to use the technique of wet distress. First layer of color choices in his work, we recommend applying the first layer thick and thin top layer.
Distressing furniture wet can leave watermarks (especially in darker colors, as shown in this sample Broncos) where the color of the upper layer is rubbed. A good solution for removing watermarks is to take a dry cloth and polish their dry (unfinished) painting. This polishes your watermarks and smooths the unfinished painting. Then just finish your project, either with wax or APC Top Coat finish.
Finally, distressing furniture moist also helps create layered looks wonderful combo as above party. This was created by applying several thin coats of many colors on top of each other and then blends colors with a damp cloth. VIVA wet distress