Viva Decor Inka Gold is a revolutionary product that is part paint, part wax, polymer clay compatible and produces an amazing metallic finish without any toxic chemicals. With beeswax as one of the main ingredients, Viva Decor Inka Gold is safe and easy to use in all crafting and home decor projects. Just rub it in and polish!
Viva Decor Inka Gold bakes to a durable finish if applied to raw polymer clay. Viva Decor Inka Gold can be used on baked clay but it is recommended that a sealer be applied to prevent scratching.
Viva Decor Inka Gold is excellent for refinishing or adding an accent to furniture. Also great for wood, paper mache boxes, chipboards, acrylic, resin & metal pieces, for paper crafting and much more.
Viva Decor Inka Gold is available in a variety of colors.
This package contains one 62.5 gram (2.2 ounce) jar of Viva Decor Inka Gold.
- water based
- contains natural beeswax
- dries while polishing
- can be sealed
- weather and water resistant
To avoid contaminating the product and to extend storage life, do not use Inka-Gold directly from the jar. Remove the amount of paste as needed with a clean palette-knife.
Apply Viva Decor Inka Gold thinly with a sponge in a circular motion, applying and polishing simultaneously, depending on the colour intensity, in several thin coatings. You can achieve a patina effect by lightly wiping with Inka-Gold. It can also be applied with a brush, thinning with water if necessary.
To apply Viva Decor Inka Gold on hard-to-reach places, such as 3D-objects use a lightly moistened brush. Polish with a sponge when dried.
Technique to try: Use fingertip to apply lightly to a textured polymer clay surface before baking. Polish to a high gloss after baking.
Tips: Suitable for use with silkscreens, be sure to drop it into a dish of water straight after use.
It is possible to get a very nice crackle effect on polymer clay by applying Inka Gold to a sheet of raw clay, let dry completely and roll the sheet of clay on a thinner pasta machine setting.
If the product becomes dried out, it can be reconstituted by adding a little water and leaving to sit for a few days.
NOTE: Don’t put fingers in the jar! This adds bacteria to the product and it will go mouldy.