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Wicked gold - is this normal?

Discussion in 'Color the World!' started by huskystafford, Mar 6, 2019.


  1. huskystafford

    huskystafford Needle chucking Ninja Very Likeable!

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    I have wicked gold unopened at home for like 6 months. Didn't touch it yet. So I was wondering, is this normal? -.-
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    yeh its normal, pigment is heavier than the carrier so it settles to the bottom, give it a really good mix and you will be ok

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    thanks jord. Mystery solved lol
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    Silver does the same thing , Most metallic paint will settle to the bottle as well.
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    Most of my Createx bottles will settle, even the non metalics/ pearls ( i dont use them enough)
    Use an old chopstick and get it right in the bottom (the bottom isnt flat) and stir the heck out of it. I actually bought stainless steel chopsticks for this reason. They dont absorb paint and are easy to wipe the excess back into the bottle and clean. yes I have a badger paint mixer but I find the chopstick does the same job without the danger of a new design on my shirt or additional elements on my artwork.
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    guess I need to get some chopsticks so my Wicked will be happy :)
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    hahaha that is sooooooooo cute
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