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We are now accepting orders
Although many items are out of stock currently, we are working around the clock to get all your favorite Apple Barrel, Bucilla, Delta, FolkArt, and Mod Podge items back in stock as soon as we can! 

Our goal is to ship orders as quickly as possible; however, we are experiencing some delays in processing and shipping orders at this time. All orders will be shipped ground by FedEx SmartPost only, and a tracking number will be provided when your order ships.

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FAQs

How should I clean my FolkArt Painted Finishes Concrete project?
Projects created using FolkArt Painted Finishes Concrete can be wiped clean to remove dust using a slightly damp paper towel or soft cloth.
How should I clean my FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss project?
Projects created using FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss can be wiped clean to remove dust using a slightly damp paper towel or soft cloth.
How should I clean my FolkArt Painted Finishes Rust project?
Projects created using FolkArt Painted Finishes Rust can be wiped clean to remove dust using a slightly damp paper towel or soft cloth.
How should I prepare my surface before painting with FolkArt Painted Finishes Barnwood?
Because FolkArt Painted Finishes Barnwood is a two-step process with the first step being a tint, all unfinished wood surfaces should be clean and smooth. If necessary, sand smooth with medium to fine grit sandpaper. Then wipe with a tack cloth to remove sanding dust.
How should I prepare my surfaces before painting with FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss?
Surface preparation depends on the type of surface you've chosen.
  • Wood –  Because FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss is a thick textural paint, there is no need for additional prep whether working on finished or unfinished wood, even if the surface is very rough.
  • Terra Cotta – No prep is necessary when decorating terra cotta.
  • Plastic – Wash plastic surfaces in warm, soapy water to remove any existing grease film. Allow to thoroughly dry.
  • Papier Mache – No prep is necessary when decorating papier mache surfaces.
  • Metal – Wash all new metal surfaces in warm, soapy water; allow to thoroughly dry. Moisten a paper towel or soft cloth with distilled white vinegar and wipe over surface; allow to dry.
  • Cement, Masonry and Garden Statuary – Apply a coat of white vinegar (to neutralize lime), allow to dry, rinse, and then allow to dry thoroughly.
Is FolkArt Painted Finishes Barnwood suitable for outdoor projects?
No, FolkArt Painted Finishes Barnwood should only be used on indoor projects.
Is FolkArt Painted Finishes Concrete safe to use on outdoor surfaces?
Yes, FolkArt Painted Finishes can be used on outdoor projects, assuming the surface itself can withstand outdoor elements.
For example, a papier mache surface that would not withstand outdoors elements naturally should not be used as an outdoor concrete project.
Is FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss safe to use on outdoor surfaces?
Yes, FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss can be used on outdoor projects, assuming the surface itself can withstand outdoor elements.
For example, a papier mache surface that would not withstand outdoors elements naturally should not be used as an outdoor rust project.
Is FolkArt Painted Finishes Rust safe to use on outdoor surfaces?
Yes, FolkArt Painted Finishes can be used on outdoor projects, assuming the surface itself can withstand outdoor elements.
For example, a papier mache surface that would not withstand outdoors elements naturally should not be used as an outdoor rust project.
On what types of surfaces can I use FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss?
FolkArt Painted Finishes Moss can be applied to a wide variety of rigid surfaces such as: wood, terra cotta, plastic, papier mache, metal cement, masonry and garden statuary.
Keep in mind, the painted moss finish will be most convincing when applied to a surface that moss might actually grow on.
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