Give your next mixed media project a touch of glamour with the Rose Gold Metallique Wax from the Art Alchemy Collection by Finnabair for Prima! The package includes one .68" fluid ounces of beeswax-based paste designed to finish most surfaces and elements with a metallic flair.
About 80% of these were completely covered in mold when I opened them brand new. They are lovely applied, but I really worry about dealing with so much mold in my workspace.
I love this product. It is so easy to use and smells so nice. You just apply with a brush or your finger and it is permanent once it's dry. Beautiful colors. Brilliant product
I never would of bought this product if in the description it would of listed it was toxic. It should state to wear gloves because of the fumes and can cause cancer.
This was a great negligence on the manufactures part for note listing on package and the site at scrapbooking.com.
Shame on both of you!
I love Prima's waxes, they go on smooth and a little bit goes a long way! It doesn't seem to matter what I'm working on a layout, card or OTP project, its so easy to apply to all sorts of products (paper, wood, metal) and the results are just beautiful!!!
Well I hit the wrong button and lost my review but I see the question I ask Prima about the toxicity of it's Alchemy wax has shown up. Unfortunately I can't tell if it has shown up under ALL of the colors. I do love this product but I took off one star because this information is not on the container. Prima does say the product is non-toxic but does recommend avoiding pro-longed exposure to skin (wear gloves) and work in a well ventilated room to avoid pro-longed breathing of the scent. Frankly, it's been months since I used mine and it still has a scent (which I happen to like but I was surprised that it lingered for so long). While I'm on the subject of toxicity if you're in the habit of holding your paint brush in your mouth when you stop painting for a minute this would be a good time to stop. Quality paints that use pigment made from certain minerals are toxic.
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