Inka-Gold Metal Gloss Paint Trial Size and Jars

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Inka-Gold Metal Gloss Paint Trial Size and Jars

Inka-Gold - Metal Gloss Paint - 62.5g Jars and Sample Size

Inka-Gold is a creamy metal gloss paint that comes in a jar as a paste.
It is easy to apply to various surfaces including paper, wood, polymer clay and more.
It can be polished to bring out an even glossier shine.
You will find many gorgeous, shimmering colors of Inka Gold.

Inka-Gold can easily be applied, leaving a metallic glow bringing an elegance to everyday articles.
The color is simply applied using a sponge, using a circular motion, then polished to a beautiful gloss.
It dries quickly and works best on absorbent or porous surfaces.

Viva Decor's Inka Gold is a revolutionary product that produces an amazing metallic finish on wood, cardboard, paper, ceramic, canvas, polymer clay and plaster without any toxic chemicals. With beeswax as one of the main ingredients, Inka Gold is water-based, safe and easy to use in all crafting and home decor projects. Just rub it on and polish! One 62.5g jar can cover up to 80 square feet. Excellent for refinishing or accenting furniture. 2.2oz

Sample jars are 1 1/2" diameter.  A little goes a long way so unless you are painting boxes or large items, you will probably be happy with samples.  That way you can get all the wonderful colors available!

 

Step-by-Step Instructions for applying Inka-Gold

Viva Decor Inka-Gold Metal Gloss Paint
can be applied to pourous surfaces.
 
  1. Load a small amount of Inka-Gold onto a dry sponge.
  2. Rub the paint on your chosen object with a circular motion. The more you rub, the glossier it will become.
  3. After the first coat ha dried, you can apply a second coat to give an even more brilliant metallic finish.
  4. After the application has dried, you can buff it gently with a soft dry cloth.
  5. Other products can be applied after the Inka-Gold has dried.

Inka-Gold is:

  • Fast Drying
  • Contains Natural Bee's Wax
  • Easy to Apply
  • A Water-based Acrylic
  • Weather and Water Resistant

Dried Up Inka-Gold?

I picked up a jar of Inka-Gold that I have had a little while.
I was disappointed to find it had dried up....

Inka-Gold is water-based so I added fresh water to the jar.
I poked holes to break it up and get the water dispersed throughout the dried up paint.
I screwed the lid tightly on the jar and let it sit over night.
The next day, the Inka-Gold was nice and creamy again.

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