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Hello. We haven't tried using Mica Powder to make gilding wax, but according to mica properties it should work great with wax and give a marvellously shiny and metallic finish to your products.
HandyHands
Seller · November 28, 2019
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I'm not the seller, please contact them
Pippi
· May 21, 2019
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Not much maybe 2 ounces but a little goes a long way...hope that answers the question
K
· December 29, 2019
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Hello! Yes, you can use this product for slime making. Thank you!
HandyHands
Seller · June 7, 2018
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Yes
Kim Whitford
· January 17, 2019
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Hello! You get about 0.1 oz., which is about 3 grams.
HandyHands
Seller · July 23, 2018
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Yes, they can be used for cosmetics such as eye shadow and lipstick.
Kathy
· November 27, 2018
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Are you serious? It’s Mica powder. Mica is gluten free.
Ogopogie
· January 28, 2019
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I personally have no idea. Sorry.
Mark
· February 24, 2020
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You only need a minimal amount to colour your product. I use this in my resin pours and I have a tiny makeup scoop and only put a very tiny amount on the scoop and add and blend very well. You can always add more but you can't reduce.
Kathy
· November 27, 2018