Using a Mop to Paint Brick on a Wall or Backsplash || Using the Antiquing Gels

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This video shows many of the options you can use to create a Faux Brick pattern using a mop head. In the video Paula describes all the different blend of colors used to create the look of brick. Base colors will very depending on the look your going for. No need to seal. For Backsplashes you can use our water resistant sealer for behind the sink if needed.

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Materials Used
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White Washed Red Faux Brick Bundle
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Cashmere (true white), Heirloom Traditions All-In-One Paint, 32oz
Espresso ALL-IN-ONE Stain for wood, leather and painted surfaces, 16oz
Walnut ALL-IN-ONE Stain for wood, leather and painted surfaces, 16oz
Nitrile Glove, Pair, XL
MEDIUM SYNTEC Fiber Oval, Tapered Brush
Foam Roller (open cell foam), Heirloom Traditions All-In-One Paint, 2pk
Brick Pattern Sponge Mop
Faux Brick Bundle
1
Weathered Wood Antiquing Gel, 16oz
White Wash Antiquing Gel, All In One Paint, 16oz
Oil Rubbed Black Antiquing Gel, All In One Paint, 16oz
MEDIUM SYNTEC Fiber Oval, Tapered Brush
Foam Roller (open cell foam), Heirloom Traditions All-In-One Paint, 2pk
Brick Pattern Sponge Mop
Total Cost: $476.80