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DecoArt Dazzling Metallics 2-Ounce Emperor's Gold Acrylic Paint
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- DECOART-Dazzling Metallics Acrylic Paint
- An acrylic paint that is made from finely ground metal flakes
- Made in United States
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DECOART-Dazzling Metallics Acrylic Paint. An acrylic paint that is made from finely ground metal flakes. These flakes make Dazzling Metallics the brightest best covering paint for adding metallic accents to most projects. Dazzling Metallics are available in a palette of bright glimmering colors from delicate translucent pastels to deep rich shades. Dazzling Metallics can be used on virtually any craft surface like frames lamps vases figurines candles candle holders and fabric. This package contains 2oz/59ml. Contents conform to ASTM D4236. Made in USA.
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This was the best out of the 3 brands, although it wasn't mind-blowing. It seemed to have more metallic particles in the paint, which made it dry down to a more reflective finish than the others. I would put it on par with the soft gleam of Rub n Buff, if that helps anyone decide. It's nowhere near as reflective as liquid gilding or gold leaf, FYI.
I have the Emperor's Gold shade, which is a deep-yellow/orange "old gold" color. For reference, t's the color of Tutankhamen's mask or the giant gold buddhas in Thailand. It's a little sheer on the first couple of coats, but it layers well without streaking or brushmarks and builds up to fully opaque if you are patient. It dries to a durable finish that doesnt easily scratch off with a fingernail. I painted some small objects and a wood lacquer tray, and it has held up well. I have also mixed it with some very mediocre fabric medium (thanks a lot, Martha Stewart) and painted it directly onto satin with decent results.
I took photos from different angles to show the reflective quality, but the photo with the most orange tone is the most accurate color swatch.
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but I do find that this pain isn’t very opaque and you generally have to put a few layers.Read more