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AMACO Rub 'n Buff Wax Metallic Finish, Gold Leaf, 0.5-Fluid Ounce
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- Wax metallic paste provides lustrous finish
- Perfect for furniture, antiques, glass, crafts, home decor
- Apply with finger, cloth, or brush, then buff for a beautiful luster
- Available in 16 colors; .05 fluid ounce tube
- .05 fluid ounce tube
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Rub 'n Buff is formulated from carnauba waxes, fine metallic powders, and select pigments, for a finish no paint can duplicate. Rub the paste onto a clean, dry, or previously painted surface or post-fired ceramics with a finger or soft cloth, then gently buff to a beautiful luster. The more buff, the more shine. Perfect for use on antiques, craft and multi media projects, furniture, home decor, glass, frames, light fixtures, and more. CL Seal, conforms to ASTM D-4236. Not for use by children or in healthcare facilities. Combustible. Made in the USA.
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I bought this to use on a faux-leather storage ottoman. You know--the kind that you get at Target for $40--they're terrible-looking, but sometimes that's all you have room for. Well, I got tired of the horrible brown pleather, and decided to Rub n Buff the hell out of it. It's the best $5 upgrade you can do in 10 minutes or less.
I used Grecian Gold, which is a warm, "old" gold, and definitely not a cool-toned champagne gold. If you do an image search for "etruscan jewelry" you'll get a sense of the warm feel. All you do is dot on a bunch of pea sized blobs all over the surface you want to cover, and then swirl it around with a rag (I used an old sweatsock!) It dries very fast, and very patchy, so you'll want a second coat. By fast, I mean minutes. Then just let it cure for a day or so to really let the wax harden. Like shoe polish, once its buffed smooth and shiny, it doesnt transfer anywhere.
My biggest fear was that someone would sit on the ottoman and get up with gold sparkles all over their butt, but I can assure you that hasn't happened. I can wipe my hand across the surface and sit on it with black pants, and there's no sparkly transfer. (FYI, I did not have the same luck with some small metal hair barrettes. I guess it depends how much finger oil you have, and how much an item is going to be handled--because the barrettes quickly became kind of dull and gummy-looking.) But the ottoman turned out great---much more cheerful than the brown faux-leather monstrosity that it was before.
I probably used 1/3 of the tube to do this storage cube--and I like it with this slightly transparent look. If I get sick of it and want to add another layer, I have plenty left in the tube.
(Pro Tip: Try it on seashells, rocks, figurines, and almost any decorative object. It's fun, and it take almost no time.)
Update May 2016:
Just wanted to come back and say I found one small instance of the gold finish transferring off----if you touch it accidentally with something that is slightly hot, a thin layer of the Rub n Buff might transfer. But you'd expect the same thing from shoe polish or candle wax. I accidentally touched a decorative Rub n Buffed scorpion figurine with the edge of a cooling-down heating pad, and ended up with a small gold dot on the heating pad! The figurine was fine. So like any wax, this stuff melts, so just be careful.
the Antique gold went on a little smoother and had a brighter finish, but if you want to make something look
old as in Steampunking something the European gold is the better choice.