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FAQs

Can I use a die-cut machine to cut a FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencil Blank?
Yes, you can use a die-cut machine to cut a FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencil Blank.
How do I clean FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils?
Clean FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils with cool water while the paint is still wet. To remove dried paint from the front of the stencil, use a paper towel dampened with rubbing alcohol. Do not scrub or use rubbing alcohol on the stencil's adhesive side; you will remove or damage the adhesive.
How many times can I use FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils?
FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils are respositionable up to 20 times. Stencils can still be used after they lose their adhesion. Simply apply a stencil spray adhesive to the back of the stencil following the manufacturer's instructions or use stencil tape to secure a stencil to your project. For best results, store stencils on the backing paper included with the stencil.
On what types of surfaces can I use FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils?
FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils work beautifully on glass, ceramics and other smooth, slick surfaces, and can also be used on a variety of craft surfaces such as wood, tin, paper mache, terra cotta, canvas, plaster or fabric.
What tools do I use with FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils?
Use FolkArt Daubers, Spouncers® or stencil brushes with FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencils. Daubers' small applicator tips are ideal for stenciling the intricate designs, and often hold paint better when stenciling slick surfaces.
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