If you’re into interior design, sculpture, home and office renovation or any other industry related to art, you’ve probably heard about liquid metals at least once in your life. Liquid metals, as its name suggests, are real metals or alloy in liquid form or near room temperature. They are used for a wide range of purposes such as beautifying walls, coating vehicles, and even coffin manufacturing.
Liquid metals look and feel just like solid metals
Think you’re missing out when you use liquid metals instead of solid, raw metals? Think again. Liquid metals are real metals and they also have the lustre and durability that metal sheets have to offer. Most of the time, liquid metals are even better because you can create different textures without losing that head-turning shine.
Liquid metals are more cost-effective than using solid metals
Just because they’re on par with solid metals doesn’t mean they have to be as costly. Liquid metals are generally more affordable because the production of solid metal sheets alone is costly. Plus, you also need to shell out money on cutting, installing and bracing solid metals.
On the other hand, liquid metals are lightweight materials that can be easily applied to a variety of surfaces (more on this later). A sample pot of highly versatile liquid metals costs only around 30 AUD.
Liquid metals can be applied to a variety of substrates
We’ve already mentioned earlier that liquid metals can be applied to almost any surface. But just in case you’re still wondering, here’s a list of substrates where you can apply liquid metals:
Liquid metals are easy to apply
Liquid metals are versatile and available in 2 viscosities: ready to brush and ready to paint. If you’re not familiar with spray guns, worry no more since you may opt for a LIQMET brush viscosity. But if using spray guns are more convenient for you, you can always choose the spray viscosity. Using different viscosities can also allow you to create different textures and finishes. Your imagination is the limit.
Why choose LIQMET?
LIQMET liquid metals are available in a wide range of colours
Here at LIQMET, you can choose from 17 liquid metal colours for your next project. You can also mix and match different colours to create a whole new different colour.
LIQMET liquid metals are made in Australia
LIQMET liquid metals are made and registered in Australia. Meaning, you can rest assured that our products are of high-quality and premium grade. Plus, if you’re from Australia, think about the carbon footprint that you will be able to reduce if you buy local liquid metals.
We are reliable and we offer excellent customer support
Contact us at any time and we’re willing to support you. We can help you choose the right products for you and we provide training on liquid metal applications.
Try it for yourself and see what you can do with LIQMET liquid metals!
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