Colorobbia Liquid Gold - 2gm

$77.95 USD
Item# 68711
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  • Contains 10-11 percent gold by weight
  • Easy to use - apply with a brush or outline pen
  • Fires to a brilliant finish
  • Colorobbia products are the most popular fired metallics in Europe

Product Description

Add elegant real gold accents to your fused art with liquid metals. Colorobbia Bright Gold is easy to apply with a brush, or for more control use with an outline pen, such as item #1553 or #1554, or a paintbrush. Simply fill pen with metals to write and draw fine details. Clean and dry glass surface thoroughly before using - do not apply where a grease pencil, carbon tracing, turpentine or finger has been applied. Bright Gold contains 10-11 percent gold by weight and fires to a brilliant finish between 1150° and 1300° F. 2 gram bottle.

Note: If you encounter defects in the metal after first firing, fire again to resolve. 

A little goes a long way! Daisy only needed 10 drops of Liquid Gold to do all the lettering in the first project image shown.Created by artist Daisy Simon

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  •   real gold
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Pros : If this product has been properly fired it will be very nice in the final product
Cons : none
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  •   Liquid gold takes the gold
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Pros : I use this to add the name of the baby being baptized in my baptism bowls. Adds such a nice touch.
Cons : Often won’t ship to Alaska because it’s flammable which is a nuisance I have to work around. Not Delphi’s fault…I guess the FAA wants to keep jets in the air safely.
Other Thoughts : The bottle goes a long way. Use in well ventilated area or get dizzy!
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  •   Love this!
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Pros : I have so much fun adding gold highlights with this glaze. It fires to a bright shinny gold.
Cons : I use a brush instead of a pen, I found I got better results
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