We are pleased to offer a variety of innovative biodegradable glitters. This particular glitter is one that we have had requests for from wedding parties, color runs, color wars, parades and any other time you want to throw glitter around outside. We are pleased to introduce you to our new Biodegradable metallic glitter. It is a stunning glitter made from a biodegradable film and it will break down over time. However, it holds together long enough to set in many glues, epoxy and even short lived in lotions and cosmetic usages (test first).
This metallic biodegradable glitter is sold by the pound and is carefully measured for accuracy. If you buy more than one pound we will bulk bag the pounds together unless you specify not to. The bags come with a sticker that states the glitter color, our logo & company name. The bags are not labeled for resale (if this is an issue please contact us for options). The more you buy the better the price!
Limitations: This biodegradable glitter is not suited for long-term art usage and industrial applications (where you want your glitter to really hold up). It is meant for temporary usage and is meant to break down quickly.
Disclaimer: The above information is given for guidance only. While it is based on scientific evaluation, and is believed to be reliable, the manufacturer makes no warranties, whether expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability and of fitness for a particular purpose for these products, since among other reasons the conditions of storage and use are beyond our control. Please test before making a large purchase. Results vary based on the solvents, chemicals, materials you are using this glitter with.
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Limitations: This biodegradable glitter is not suited for long-term art usage and industrial applications (where you want your glitter to really hold up). It is meant for temporary usage and is meant to break down quickly (5 minutes soaked in water).
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