Fusion Mineral Paint Champagne Gold Metallic 250ml
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FUSION MINERAL PAINT: Fusion Champagne Gold Metallic Paint 250ml
Fusion Champagne Gold Metallic Paint is both modern and sophisticated with its softer paper gold metallic shade. It is perfect if you want to add a modern, yet sophisticated look on your vases and candle holders for weddings and holidays. This shade is ligh and airy compared to the timeless classic gold, which has a traditional darker gold depth. Thus, you can even create personalised signs and mosiac artwork for your home, as well as furniture handles and knobs. This unique paint works just like other Fusion Mineral Paints. All you have to do is to literally apply it to the surface. The only difference of these paints is that they come in beautiful iridescent shimmer. By making use of pure mica pigments, these paints can shimmer unlike other paints on the market, thus allowing you to make a statement and glam up your décor.
Fusion Champagne Gold Metallic Paint is extremely easy to work with and easy to distress. These paints are also self-leveling. This means that these paints level themselves evenly over a surface as they dry. Thus, it reduces the chance of brush strokes and roller stippling. This ensures that you always have a smooth matte finish with an unparalleled durability.
Fusion Metallic Paints are a result of years of development, thorough testing and strict quality assurance checks. Each ingredient is especially and meticulously selected to ensure the consistency of top-quality outputs. The result of long years of hard work and perseverance is nothing short of brilliant, able to provide decorative artists and furniture painters unparalleled paint that is eco-friendly, zero Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), superior durability, easy one-step self-leveling application and radically enhanced adhesion and strength. And since these does not contain chemicals like ammonia and formaldehyde, they virtually have zero odor.
Fusion Champagne Gold Metallic Paint, like other metallic paints, is water-based and comes with a built-in topcoat. It has the same prep rules as the mineral paints. With these paints, you don’t need wạẋės and seạlėrs. However, Fusion still has a wide range of wạẋes, glạᵶės, and other products you can use if you want to add decorative effects on your projects.
Fusion Champagne Gold Metallic Paint is made using 100% acrylic resin, which makes this paint waterproof once it dries. It creates a durable and hard-wearing non-porous surface, making it perfect outdoor or exterior projects. This can also be used for indoor projects with higher humidity. It is formulated to create a stable barrier with unparalleled quality resins. Thus, humidity and water will have no undesirable effect on this paint. Once properly cured, these paints can withstand rain, snow, sun, and other elements.
These paints dry in approximately one hour; however, it is recommended to allow at least 2-4 hours between coats to ensure that you have a more stable surface on which to recoat. Fusion Metallic paints will cure in about 21 days. By then, it will be at its toughest. While you can use your project, do it carefully.
It is recommended to paint the surface of your project with a similar solid paint colour before painting with your preferred metallic colour. This will help with the coverage since metallics are relatively transparent.
Use Raw silk as undercoat for Pearl. Use Champlain underneath Champagne. You can use either Mustard or Tuscan Orange as undercoat for Copper. Lichen or Bedford are suitable undercoats for Bronze, while Little Lamb is the perfect undercoat for Brushed Steel. For Pale Gold, the ideal undercoat is Buttermilk Cream.
Make sure to test first to see if you like the results.
Check out the entire Fusion Mineral Paint Metallics Collection in Australia here at Capriole Creative. You can also look at other products from Fusion Mineral Paint & Homestead House at our website.
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