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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

Do I need to shake or stir FolkArt Home Decor Chalk paint before using?
Upon opening the bottle, stir well to fully incorporate the paint. Paint can be used directly from bottle or by pouring a small amount onto a foam plate as a palette.
Do the FolkArt® Shinys stick to each other after they have cured?
Yes, FolkArt® Shinys will stick to each other after they have cured. Any paint with a gloss finish will stick to itself. To prevent sticking, apply a coat of FolkArt® Outdoor Varnish.
Does FolkArt Dragonfly Glaze hold up well on outdoor surfaces?
Absolutely. FolkArt Dragonfly Glaze is formulated so that it can be used on interior surfaces as well as on surfaces that are outdoor worthy. By the nature of the acrylic polymers used to make FolkArt Dragonfly Glaze, it is weather resistant.  When cured to the surface, (approximately 48 hours), it is self-sealing. Once cured to the project surface, it is water and fade resistant under normal conditions.
 
Does FolkArt Treasure Gold hold up well on outdoor surfaces?
Yes, FolkArt Treasure Gold can be used to decorate indoor and outdoor surfaces without the need to topcoat the finish.
Does FolkArt® Outdoor™ really work?
Absolutely. FolkArt® Outdoor™ is formulated as a permanent outdoor paint. It is both UV and weather resistant. Self-sealing when properly cured, (48 hours for brush-on, 72 hours for dimensional) it is scuff and scratch resistant under normal handling conditions. FolkArt® Outdoor™ dries to a satin sheen.
How can I identify the special pigments used in FolkArt Pure Artist Pigments?
Every pigment has a unique Color Index name.  This name consists of letters and numbers.  The letters stand for the color family; example:  PR = Pigment Red, PY = Pigment Yellow, PB = Pigment Blue and PG = Pigment Green.  This code plus a number will identify a specific pigment; example:  PB23 = Dioxazine Purple.
 
How long does it take FolkArt 3D Acrylic Paint to dry?

FolkArt 3D Acrylic Paint will form a skin over the dimensional paint surface and dry to the touch fairly quickly; however, variables such as project surface, humidity, and thickness of paint application will all impact the complete dry time. Do not place anything over the dimensional texture while drying, as doing so may reduce the dimension and texture.

How long does it take FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint to dry and cure?

FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint takes up to an hour to dry completely and takes approximately 48 hours to cure on a surface.

How long does it take FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paint to cure?

Although FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paint dries to the touch very quickly, it will take approximately 48 hours before it is cured to the surface.

Is it necessary to heat set my fabric painting project when using FolkArt® Fabric™ Brush-on Paints?
Heat setting is recommended for best durability. Allow the painted design to dry overnight. Place the item in a clothes dryer for 30 minutes on the highest setting allowed for the type of fabric used, OR you may heat set the painted piece using a dry iron and a pressing cloth by laying the pressing cloth over the painted fabric and iron the painted design for 10 seconds, lift the iron and move it to another section of the painted design. Your iron should be set at the highest setting allowed for the fabric used. NOTE: When using the FolkArt® Fabric™ Dimensional paint, you will not be able to heat set by iron, air dry your project for 72 hours and turn your garment inside out and heat set in the dryer for 30 minutes. Dryer is only used for heat setting fabric.
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