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Baroque Art Gilders Paste includes various waxes, resins and a high concentration of pigments. Gilders Paste has a resistance to water and common chemical reagents with enhanced tint retention and concealing ability for colouring and highlighting interior and exterior applications.Gilders Paste can be successfully used on a variety of metals including Wrought Iron, Steel, Aluminium, copper, bronze and silver. It can also be used on Wooden Mouldings, Railings, Furniture, Picture Frames, Polymer Clay, Ceramics and Resins etc. When using Gilders Paste with Metal Clay, surfaces will need to be prepared and roughened up slightly to create "tooth" for the paste. This is necessary to ensure that the Gilders Paste will key or adhere to the surface. To achieve this finish, a fine polishing brush attached to a Dremel or similar hand tool. Alternatively, use fine emery paper or fine steel wool. Sparex can be used on copper to produce a suitable surface. Gilders Paste® can be used with a range of metals in jewellery making. Glass may need to be etched or sandblasted to accept Guilders Paste. Prior to using Gilders Paste, all materials must be thoroughly cleaned and dried to remove any dust or oils. Customers please note that becoming hard is the nature of the Gilders Paste product. If it is hard, there is nothing wrong with the product. By mixing in a few drops of either; paint thinner, mineral spirits or turpentine, the paste becomes completely rejuvenated and ready to use. The ability to rejuvenate Gilders Paste allows for many years of use and a long shelf life. There is no need to mix up the whole tin, just mix what you need, as and when you need it. Gilders Paste goes a long way.