Gilders Paste

Gilders Paste and Inka Gold are similar products. 
Gilders Paste is a solvent based product where Inka Gold is a water based product.
Gilders Paste has a distinct odor.  Read the information below for proper use of the product.
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Baroque Art Gilders Paste is made of highly concentrated metallic and organic pigments blended with a wax base. It can be used both indoors and outdoors with little or no surface preparation.
Let the glowing metallic or vivid jewel-like tones of these innovative, decorative, non-tarnishing pastes transform polymer clay, picture frames, furniture, metalwork, artwork, molding, ceramics, textiles, or almost any clean, dry surface.
Porous materials such as cement, wood, ceramic, bisque ware, paper, gourds, polymer clay, traditional clay, modeling clay, paper mashie, decoupage, foam and alike all have a mechanical tooth which is a proper surface for Gilders Paste to attach to.
Apply Gilders Paste:

Once dry, surfaces are durable and water repellant. Clean up with paint thinner or mineral spirits.

Caution — Use in a well ventilated area. Avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged contact with skin. Follow safety instructions carefully. Not suitable for use by children.

Caution — Follow safety instructions carefully. Not suitable for use by children.

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Q: The product is hard, is there anything I can do to rejuvenate the product.

A:
Yes, just add a few drops of either; paint thinner, mineral spirits, turpentine or Turpenoid (turpentine substitute) knife in and mix. You're ready to go. The ability to rejuvenate this product allows a long shelve life. There is no need to mix up the whole tin, just mix what you need as you need it. Gilders Paste goes a long way.

Important: Do not use any oil base cleaners/solvents such as Turpenoid Natural. The oil content of these type of cleaners/solvents will not allow the Gilders Paste to dry and will remain wet or tacky for days to weeks. If you have accidentally used this type cleaner/solvent leave the tin open until completely dried out and then follow the suggestion for rejuvenation above.