- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.5 x 5.5 inches ; 1 pounds
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- Item model number: 32213
- Average Customer Review: 79 customer reviews
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Martha Stewart 32213 0.75-Ounce Liquid Gilding, Silver
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- Martha stewart .75-ounce liquid gilding silver
- Just brush on liquid gilding for glimmering shimmering highlights or full finishes on a variety of surfaces
- Create a rich metallic luster
- As beautiful as precious metal
- Can be used on any paintable surface
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If you take the individual chemicals in it and look them up on the internet, chances are you'll never use it.
I'm going to try to post some of the items that I've made with both the Silver Guilding and Gold Guilding.
Don't let the chemicals scare you away. Just take precautions.
After finishing the gold coats and waiting another 24 hours, I sealed them with the Martha Stewart Sprayable Enamel (I noticed that the product was made from suspended copper and thus could tarnish - the sprayable enamel was recommended on the gilding bottle to protect the finish). I had put so much work into these that I decided to go ahead and buy the exact product recommended so I wanted it to be perfect even though it was 3-4x more expensive than any other finishing product available. Even with careful handling, the frames chiped very easily both before and after I sealed them. To make matters worse, the enamel spray turned the liquid gilding copper colored the moment it touched and left red streaks. I followed every single instruction provided and am beyond disappointed that after a considerable amount of work the very product that was supposed to protect the finish ruined it. I wrote to the company that manufactures the products (Plaid) and after a few weeks they wrote me a generic email telling me to call them to talk about how to use the product. This was a complete waste of money and time.
While all varieties use copper particles, they come in different tones--my guess is that is controlled by particle size.
It goes on to plastic easily, and doesn't really need more than one coat. It dries to the touch within a few hours, although it takes a day or so to completely dry.
One note: the stuff is quite flammable, even when completely dry. It's not explosive at that point, but will burn much more readily than, say, wood.
You should also realize that 0.75 ounces doesn't go very far. A few paperweight sized objects will exhaust the bottle.
You know, here are 1000's of products here and everywhere that can cause cancer. Stick your face in a tube or jar of glue long enough and you face might turn bright green or your eye brows might melt off. What about fumes from ANYTHING? There are hazardous chemicals in so many things you have to use your head about how and where you use them. If you do this work with a window open and room that is well ventilated or outside overnight, and seal over it with a clear coat --it might make you feel less worried.
I'm just telling you how beautifully this product worked for me. Stunning.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Looks great when first applied but, like so many other reviewers here, mine turned reddish as soon as I sealed it. Read morePublished 7 days ago by D. Newton
If I could give this 11 stars I would! I am a lifelong crafter and I've probably tried every single metallic paint. And I love this paint!! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Andrea
Really good coverage, super opaque, very nice metallic sheen. I've used it on baked polymer clay and on watercolor paper on top of paint. Looks great on both.Published 17 days ago by DB
This gold leaf paint is so easy to apply and so stunning! It is shiny like metal once dried, and a very pure gold in color. Read morePublished 20 days ago by slashfemme
This stuff is great. It goes on really easily and evenly. I used it on canvas shoes, on top of a layer of acrylic pant. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Yasmin Solomon
This is easy to use, and goes a long way. It is not as "gilded" looking as I had hoped. I have ended up using it more as a base for gold leaf instead of as a gold layer on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Product was already opened when I received it. The paint dried the lid onto the jar. Disappointing.Published 1 month ago by L Green
You must seal the item after you paint it using this paint because it oxidizes fairly quickly (within a few days). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer