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Jacquard Lumiere Metallic Acrylic Paint 2.25 Ounces-Citrine (441489)
($3.11 / Fl Oz)
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- These highly pigmented acrylics can be screened, painted, stenciled, marbled, stamped, brushed, or airbrushed
- Creamy laydown provides a smooth application even to soft or flexible surfaces like fabrics, or uneven textures like Styrofoam
- Lumiere is a stunning assortment of metallic and pearlescent colors
- Country of Origin: United States
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Light body metallic acrylic paint. These paints were designed to cover dark backgrounds with light application. On light backgrounds they produce a subtle designer palette alternative to a more intense color scheme. They brush on smoothly, are water-based, dry cleanable, light fast, and remain soft & flexible when dry. May be painted, stenciled, screen printed, airbrushed (when diluted), and stamped on fabrics, canvas, wood, paper, and more. They may also be added to NE Opaque to produce an antique effect. Paint conforms to ASTM D4236. This package contains (1) 2.25 ounce/70ml jar. Available in a variety of colors, each sold separately.
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It might seems like a very small jar but a little goes a long way. I bought the first jar to see the color and ended up ordering 2 more and I could probably do about another 100 chairs with what I have! hehe. I'm going to try it with the same stencil set on my walls and I have a feeling it's going to work out well. Very happy!
I wasn't concerned about the fabric staying soft, since the dish holds keys and other clunky objects, and it helps to toughen up the fabric, but the Lumiere seemed like it would have stayed soft, even after multiple coats. The reason I don't give this 5 stars is that the product picture is unhelpful, and the "True Gold" I selected is actually slightly different than expected. Instead of being a warm gold, it's actually a yellow-greenish tinted pale gold. Unfortunately, only one of my photos below captures the paleness---for some reason, every time I photograph it, the gold leans much warmer and much shinier than it is in real life, which makes it seem like it matches the product image. It doesn't--but you'll just have to take my word for it.
In terms of the metallic nature of the paint, it's touted as being one of most metallic fabric paints on the market, but I don't think I was blown away by it. It definitely has a lot of noticeable metallic particles--- when I poured out my brush water cup, the residual particles sparkled like crazy in the sunlight. However, it's nothing like the metallic look you get from Rub N Buff, gold leafing paint, gilding wax, or even Rustoleum metallic gold spray paint, so just keep in mind that you get a light metallic sheen, and not a reflective metallic finish. (Again, my photographs make the paint seem more reflective than it really is.) Ultimately, it worked out fine for the smooth satin lining of the trinket dish, because it looks like what you'd expect brocade and silk to look like. If the color had been more accurate, this would have been a 5 star product for fabric crafts---but for other DIYs, I will stick to other methods of gilding.
The paint itself is of great consistency, packed in plastic, squeezable ink style bottles giving you the option to use directly from the bottle or squeezing out the amount needed into a small dish. The pearlized colors are stunning and quite natural looking with a great amount of luminescence. The blue insert sheet, when unfolded gives you a reference guide to the complete Lumiere Line of colors from which this set is from. There are also some useful tips and directions. It seems that these paints are mostly used for fabrics, however, I use them on glass, clay, and paper. The brightness and coverage are not lost in this application. A non-steam iron is suggested to set the colors on the fabric, so I am assuming the paints will be OK when baked. I will update later. They arrived earlier than stated. Being a Prime member, this is a big plus for a service I already love.
I will most definitely be purchasing more products from them in the future.
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you would be better using nail varnish really - v disappointed as its expensive for a small pot and should look more like gold