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Frequently Asked Questions

Want to learn more about your favorite Plaid products? Search our frequently asked question library for answers on how to use our craft paints, decoupage products, stitchery kits, and more.

Do I have to seal FolkArt® Texture Paint?

No, it is self sealing. If it will be exposed to the elements outdoors, it should be sealed with FolkArt® Outdoor Varnish.

Can FolkArt® Texture Paint be applied to a flexible surface?

FolkArt® Texture Paint should not be applied to flexible surfaces because it may crack.

Can I mix FolkArt® Texture Paint with extender or water?

No you should not mix FolkArt® Texture Paint with extender or water. Mixing with any other liquid may increase cracking.

Can I mix two or more FolkArt® Texture Paint colors together?

All FolkArt® Texture Paint colors can be intermixed to create custom colors. They can be mixed before use or mixed as they are applied to the project.

How long will Plaid ® Glo Away™ remain glowing?

Activate with direct light for about 4 hours. Will glow for about 30 minutes and then may need to be re-activated.

Do I need to “charge” the surface to activate the glow?

Yes. Charge in sunlight or indoor light for 30 minutes. The glow will depend on how many finish layers were applied and length of charge.

How do the FolkArt® Shinys compare to the Liquitex Glossies?

FolkArt® Shinys were developed for use on wood and most other porous surfaces. They are not for use on glass and ceramics like the Liquitex Glossies. Plaid developed FolkArt® Enamels for use on glass and ceramics.

On what surfaces can I use FolkArt Glass Etching Cream?

FolkArt Glass Etching Cream can be applied to most glassware, glazed ceramics, mirrors, and porcelain.

Does FolkArt Glass Etching Cream hold up well on outdoor surfaces?

Yes, as long as the etch-able surface can withstand the outdoors, FolkArt Glass Etching Cream will too, as the product is not a topcoat; rather, it permeates the surface to make the etched design permanent.
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