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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.

How long does FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paint take to dry?

A standard brushstroke painted on a porous surface will be dry to the touch within approximately 25 minutes and completely dried within an hour, depending on the amount of water used to dilute the paint. On sealed surfaces, the same standard brushstroke painted on a will be d...

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 seal or varnish FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paint?

Projects created using FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paints do not need to be sealed; however, for extra durability and protection, project surfaces can be sealed using FolkArt Acrylic Lacquers or brushed with FolkArt Artists’ Varnish

Is it necessary to heat set FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paint when painted on fabric?

Yes, heat-setting will ensure the durability of your FolkArt Watercolor fabric project. Follow the instructions below to heat-set your project. 1Allow the decorated fabric to dry 24 hours. Heat set the painted surface using a dry iron set to the highest setting allowed for...

Where can I learn more about FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paint?

You can learn more about this product by reading the FolkArt Watercolor FAQ document.

What is Mod Podge Black Light?

Mod Podge Black Light is one of the NEWEST formulas of the Mod Podge product family. Crafted surfaces will glow a fluorescent blue when placed under a black light. This Mod Podge formula is perfect for crafting with the kids, decorating for parties, and is awesome for seasonal...

On what type of surfaces can Mod Podge Black Light be used?

Mod Podge Black Light can be applied directly onto all types of surfaces such as wood, tin, terra cotta, canvas, and papier mache. It can also be used on glass or ceramic surfaces for decorative purposes only. It can be used alone or in combination with scrapbook papers, book ...

What is the best way to apply Mod Podge Black Light to a project?

Gently roll the bottle of Mod Podge Black Light on a table prior to using to fully incorporate the product. Applying Mod Podge Black Light formula is the same as working with any of the other Mod Podge formulas. It is best brushed smoothly onto your crafting surface using eith...

How many coats of Mod Podge Black Light are necessary to achieve the glow?

Mod Podge Black Light is best applied to a crafted surface in a minimum of 3-4 applications allowing each coat to thoroughly dry before applying the next. 8.5.7

What is the best way to make a Mod Podge Black Light project glow under a black light?

The ultraviolet “glow” only shows when the crafted surface is placed under a Ultraviolet Black Light. There is no need to charge the project surface under the sun.  The blue glow is immediately displayed when exposed to a black light. 8.5.7
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