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Alumilite Metallic Powder Copper 28gm

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Copper Alumilite Metallic Powder is used to reproduce realistic looking bronze metal appearances easily. 

Metallic Powders are used to give you the quality metal finish that a paint can not duplicate. The powders include real, tiny metal particles for a realistic metal finish. You can reproduce any casting with Alumilite's Copper, Bronze, Gun Metal, Gold, or Silver metallic powders.  These powders are used with resin, and are usually applied in your mould prior to casting (you can also mix the powder in with one part of the resin).

Coat the mould with a light dusting of powder and pour in your casting resin.

Can also be added to any clear paint and be used to paint a metallic finish on to different surface materials.

Easy to use, beautiful, and affordable!

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Size: 28g

3 Reviews

  • 5
    A bit early to tell but so far excellent product

    Posted by terry richardson on 15th Apr 2021

    Haven't used yet

  • 5
    Great item

    Posted by Myles Williams on 26th Oct 2020

    Basically same review as the gold powder - Purchased this powder after hearing good things and agree its much brighter and was the effect I was looking for in comparison to the casters choice metallic (which i do prefer for their mica colours) Mixes well and appears like liquid metal when mixing. My only complaint is that when opened the pot is only half full or half empty...altho appreciate that there is a settling from when 1st packaged but guess they just use the same packaging for all the product line! In hindsight wish I’d bought the silver at the same time oh well guess I’ll just have to buy a few more bits to make it worth while!

  • 5
    Excellent product and excellent value...

    Posted by Chris Plinston on 11th Feb 2020

    I used this in combination with Alumilite Amazing Clear Cast resin and the effect was fantastic. I mixed approx a level teaspoon of the powder in a litre of resin and got a wonderful copper sheen. This might have been OTT but Im very happy with the result.