Pentart Candle Glue
100 mL (milliliters) = 3.381 ounces
Glue contains a flame retardant so that decorative elements can be applied to the candle, and it can be burned safely.
The glue can be used to safely apply the following materials directly to the candle and then burn the candle:
- Napkins, rice paper napkins, rice paper – in this case, use the glue both above and below the paper
- Coloured foil
- Rub-on Pigment
PLEASE NOTE: The coloured foil and rub-on pigment should be protected with clear wax paste to ensure it won't run off. The wax paste can be buffed on, so you won't lose the metallic or chrome effect either.
You can also use a layer of wax paste on the surface of the napkin to keep the waxy
feel of the candle and by polishing it up to give a shiny surface to the candle
The following materials can also be applied and burn the candle safely, but here you should mix the materials into the glue itself and apply them so that they are evenly and securely fixed everywhere:
- 3D powder and balls
The following materials are not recommended to be applied directly to the candle, but can be applied with a Tacky Glue Pen on a surface primed with candle glue or applied by decoupage technique and then protected with clear wax paste to burn the candle:
- Metal leaf
- Decorative foil
- Pigment powder
- Art Mica
- Eco Glitter
You can apply the following material directly to the candle or use it for pittorico technique to paint the napkin further. Pittorico is a painting technique where shading with your paint is used on your project. Protect with a transparent wax paste:
- Acrylic paint
The following material will also stick to the glue, but we do not recommend burning it, it is for decoration only and cannot be protected with wax paste:
- Velvet powder
Protect from frost.
Read any and all cautionary statements on all art mediums. Follow safety guidelines for proper, safe use. Keep away from children and pets.
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