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Gilding Wax 20 ml.

With the Gilding Wax you can give an art piece/object made from porcelain plaster or acrylic resin a beautiful old metallic look. Paint your object black and rub the Gilding Wax gently on the surface.

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  • Excl. BTW €7,40
  • Incl. BTW€8,95

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Gilding Wax

With the Gilding Wax you can give an art-piece/object made from porcelain plaster or acrylic resin a beautiful old metallic look.



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This Gilding Wax is specially selected to use together with our porcelain plaster or acrylic resin. For a good result we advice to use the Bodycasting Primer Black. (Bodycasting Primer Black)

The Gilding Wax can be used straight away. Put a little bit on a tip of a finger. Then wipe your finger on a smooth surface, so you have a thin layer on the tip of your finger. Rub gently in a circular motion over your object. Increase the pressure if there is little coming off, or add some Gilding Wax. (from the place where you have wiped your finger) Work in thin layers to get the most beautiful result. Usually this takes three layers. 

If you want to use different colors together, you can do this when your finisht with your first color. Working with Gilding Wax is not difficult, but also something you have to get used to. 

It takes five minutes to cure. Now comes the most beautiful part! Grab a tissue and polish!



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Wat een super bedrijf denken aan alle kanten mee, en als ze maar enige twijfel hebben wordt door hen naar een oplossing gezocht , jongens bedankt voor jullie mee denken. * * * * * * * * * van mij krijg je geen 5 maar 9 sterren : ) Timmerman - 8 October 2018

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