Colorobbia Liquid Gold - 2gm

$42.95 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). 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.

Projects shown were created by artist Julie Nelson.

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  •   Great to use but hard to clean up
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Pros : Great colour - shiny and bright. Looking forward to trying new ways to apply it.
Cons : Instructions with the pens say to use warm water for clean-up. This does not work for the gold liquid - you need white spirit to clean out the pen and the dropper needed to access the bottle.
Other Thoughts : Could be used with a small brush as well.
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  •   Fires to a shiny gold!
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Pros : Finally found gold ink that does what its supposed to. Have tried many other gold writing pens and this one's the best! Nice fine line, brilliant gold color with full fuse. Haven't tried tac fuse yet.
Cons : pricey
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