These powders have many uses and mix with clear media ranging from acrylic mediums to shellac. You control the pigment content--use very little for a translucent veil of metallic or use more for a solid metal look. Specially selected for the professional faux finisher, architectural restorer, sign maker, or picture framer. Metallic and Mica Powders are available in 1 oz. and 2 oz. jars.
These powders have many uses and mix with clear media ranging from acrylic mediums to shellac. You control the pigment content--use very little for a translucent veil of metallic or use more for a solid metal look. Specially selected for the professional faux finisher, architectural restorer, sign maker, or picture framer.
Metallic and Mica Powders are available in 1 oz. and 2 oz. jars.
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Can you tell me if the lining powders are fine enough for use in chair stenciling?- Asked by Anne Dimock on 26-Nov-13
They are formulated for faux finishes, so they should be good for stenciling on wood, mixed with the proper medium.- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Nov-13
Is one of your silver powders so fine that if you put a little bit on your finger tip it should make a smooth coating with no grit?- Asked by Anne Dimock on 26-Nov-13
If you order the item # 21765 (fine silver), these pigments are superfine and smooth, no grit.- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Nov-13
I'm looking for a medium-rich gold. Would you use the fine-rich gold?- Asked by chris sturtz on 16-Oct-13
That would be the closest to it.- Answered by MisterArt on 16-Oct-13
Can metallic powders be used with acrylic ink for artistic paintings?- Asked by Janet on 06-Aug-13
They are recommended to be mixed with clear mediums because of the fact that when they are mixed with something pigmented, they don't mix very well, they kind of sink down beneath the already-mixed color.- Answered by MisterArt on 07-Aug-13
I'm looking for a pewter-colored powder for bronzing an iron radiator. I have tried fine silver but it is far too bright.- Asked by Tom E. on 09-Feb-13
The multi-leaf aluminum and / or the fine aluminum appear to be the closest color to pewter.- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Feb-13
Do you have actual color sample kits of the Metallic and Mica Powders?- Asked by Jerry on 17-Oct-12
We only offer the color swatches as a general guide. The finished color will vary depending on the mixing media as well as the surface you'll apply this to.- Answered by MisterArt on 26-Oct-12
Which color is most like 24K gold leaf?- Asked by Larry on 11-Oct-12
We suggest using the karat gold (item #84889).- Answered by MisterArt on 16-Oct-12
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