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Swellegant Darkening Patina, 2 Oz Bottle
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Swellegant Darkening Patina, 2 Oz Bottle
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Swellegant Tiffany Darkening Patina. This is a DIY patina that is easy to use and perfect for the Jewelry DIY beginner. This patina will give your copper, brass and silver pieces an effect that darkens them and makes them appear aged.

Swellegant products are safe to use in a in home studio or work area, please take normal safety precautions; they are acidic so make sure to use disposable gloves when using.
Sold As: Bottle
Country of Origin: United States
Size: 2 Ounces
Bin: Y3-309

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I've not had the chance to use the product yet; however; I've heard great things about the product and am dying to have the time to play around with it to see just whet it will do.
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Reviewed by:  from Kansas City metro area. - 6/14/2014
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Q: What sealant should be used? One that is not glossy but protects the patina.
Asked by: - 8/9/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: I would suggest the Nunn Sealant: http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Nunn-Design-Sealant-2-Oz-Bottle_p_12374.html
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