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Martha Stewart 32213 0.75-Ounce Liquid Gilding, Silver

42 customer reviews

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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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Product Details

Color: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.5 x 5.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B007C7XKRY
  • Item model number: 32213
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,920 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Color: Silver

Martha Stewart .75-ounce liquid gilding silver. One-step leafing paint creates a rich metallic luster as beautiful as precious metal. Use on any paintable surface.

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A. Silver on June 5, 2013
Color: Silver
This turns even the cheapest items, i.e. ceramics, glass, into gorgeous items. Beware though. It's highly toxic. I have to use a respirator and gloves when working with this stuff. It's definitely worth the inconvenience. Also, have plenty of ventilation and keep the kids and animals out of the room you're working in. I'm not one to have phobias about chemicals or odors, but this one contains many cancer-causing chemicals and the first time I used it without a respirator, I couldn't take more than five minutes inhaling it.

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.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Prickly Pear on February 4, 2014
Color: Gold
I recently purchased some Martha Steward Liquid Gilding in gold to make a photo wall personal. I carefully read the instructions about the types of surfaces and the preparation and selected solid wood picture frames as a result. After making sure they were primed and ready I applied three coats of liquid gilding to parts of each frame leaving 24 hours between coats to fully dry.

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.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By SarahLawrence Scott on September 9, 2013
Color: Brass Verified Purchase
This stuff consists of tiny copper particles suspended in an organic solvent. Paint it on a material, let the solvent evaporate, and the result is a metal coating. It shines like metal because it is metal.

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.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Ballon on September 15, 2013
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
Looks great works great but have good ventilation and wear a mask - I'm trying rub and buff next time
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Karen Zumbrun on April 17, 2013
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
I love this stuff. I bought it to paint some recycled jars and it worked great. I had to use two coats to completely cover. I also did a clear topcoat. Holds up to washing - by hand.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Long on August 8, 2014
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
Fairly closely approximates the color of gold leaf until it begins to oxidize. But if you are trying to touch up 23k gold leaf this wont work for you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sarah on September 14, 2014
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
Hands down the best metallic gold paint you can buy. It is oil based though and brushes need to e cleaned with mineral spirits.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Summer girl on April 7, 2015
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
Last year, I used this to gilding paint on an already gilded old French end table and it came out like a precious antique. I lightly sanded the spots I was painting first and then I used a dab of primer and let it dry. (This was all done outside in warmer weather) Then I began my painting. It's easy to work with and the results are nothing short of elegant. I used a tiny sponge type brush doing this. And a poly clear spray to seal it and any fumes.

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.
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