- You’re going to love this product! Available in 8 colors!
Dusty White – A soft creamy white with just a touch of shine. Perfect for that beachy touch!
Looking Glass – Soft blue with a hint of white and a touch of shine.
Vintage Cobalt – A medium blue toned down with a bit of pewter. The perfect vintage blue shine for your projects.
Gunmetal – A perfect deep gray with a touch of black and a heavy dark silver shine.
Soft Gold – A medium toned gold with a hint of light brown. Has a gold shine.
Antique Gold – A warm gold with a touch of black. Has a dark gold shine.
Antique Silver – Our most popular of all the Magic Metals. The perfect blend of black and silver with a dark silver shine.
Antique Bronze – A strong bronze toned down with a dark brown. Has a medium bronze shine.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
You will receive the best results with this product when you mix it into our natural wax or clear coats. Because it’s a powdered product, you will obtain the best adhesion when mixing it with wax or clear coat. You can also apply the wax to your piece first, then use a chip brush to apply the Magic Metals in the area where you want to achieve an aged effect, such as crevices or raised areas. Be sure to put paper under your project before you begin to catch the loose powder as you work. Work into the piece until you achieve your desired color.
This product is not meant for covering your entire project, but rather adding some dirty shine for a natural wear pattern.
Magic Metals can also be used to stain raw wood. Just wipe into your wood with a lint free cloth. Let sit for a few days to marry with the wood before adding a sealer. Adding a sealer too soon may remove the Magic Metals. When you are able to wipe across the wood without any product coming off, it is ready to seal.
Magic Metals are heavily pigmented and will stain cloth as well as hard surfaces. Protect any surface you work on, and protect your clothes. We recommend wearing a mask when using this product so that you do not breathe in the dust. This product is actual mined ground metals and dirts and should not be inhaled. Should you need to clean up a stain, use glycerin soap or a heavy dish soap. Clean up any extra powder and put back in the container. Do not vacuum any remaining residue.