The pearly iridescent waxes are metallic, water-based decorative waxes, which contain very fine mica for a subtle effect. Applied to any surface, they work as a protector as well as enhancing it’s appearance with a very light iridescence.
Pearly wax should be applied by cloth to achieve the best finish. It is perfect when applied to smooth or polished plasters such as Luciano or Venetian. If you’re looking for a stronger metallic effect for Marmorino or Travertino, take a look at our Lustre waxes!
Please be aware that we can’t guarantee or take responsibility for the appearance of metallic or iridescent waxes on various surfaces as these are artistic, semi-transparent effects.
Impera Italia’s Advice™
The thick liquid nature enables you to create a great number of applications and effects, but please bear in mind that decorative waxes should be applied as thin coats and buffed as soon as they dry! Otherwise the coat dries and can create a film that blurs the plaster or paint underneath.
A: This product doesn’t make the surface completely waterproof, but can be part of a protective system in wet rooms.
Q: What’s the difference between this wax and other waxes enriched with metallic particles?
A: This is an industrial-grade product that enables even diffusion and absorption, manufactured to be easy-to-apply. Different wax ranges for selected to feature different effects, please contact our sales team about the suitable solution for your project.
Q: What do we have to do if too much wax was applied / the surface became blurry / we have to remove the wax to change the colour?
A: Our advice is to use one of our wax removers to remove excess wax.
Q: How long does the wax remain usable?
A: It remains usable for 2 years when stored under correct conditions. Please see the datasheet for more information.