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After using Martha Stewart Crafts ® Fine Crackle Effect, can I apply a color glaze over it?
Yes, we recommend applying a contrasting color glaze to emphasize the cracks. Wait 24 hours before applying. Mix a color glaze by pouring desired amount of Martha Stewart Crafts Tintable Glaze Effect onto a palette. Squeeze a little paint separately onto palette. Using a palette knife, gradually mix paint into the glaze medium until desired color is achieved and fully incorporated.
Can I use Martha Stewart Crafts ® Liquid Gilding near a burning candle?
Liquid gilding is highly flammable and should never be used when smoking or near an open flame. Always use with adequate ventilation.
Can I use Martha Stewart Crafts ® Multi-Surface Acrylic Craft Paints on tin?
Tin is a wonderful surface to decorate with Martha Stewart Crafts™ Multi-Surface Acrylic Craft Paints. As with any painting project, surface preparation is key to proper paint performance.
How many coats of Erasable Liquid chalk should I apply?
Just one coat of Erasable Liquid Chalk is needed to create the look of chalk without the mess.
Can I use Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glow-in-the-Dark Finish outdoors?
Yes, but keep projects in a protected area with no direct exposure to the elements.
Can I wash my glass or ceramic vase once I apply Martha Stewart Crafts ® Fine Crackle Effect?
No. Finish on glass and ceramics is not washable.
Can the particles in the family-friendly Martha Stewart Multi-Surface Acrylic Glitter Paints settle over time?
Yes, the glitter particles in the CPSIA compliant family-friendly glitter paints will settle over time due to their large size. Be sure to shake the bottle well before each use. 
Do I need to seal Martha Stewart Crafts ® Liquid Gilding?
Once thoroughly dry, projects should be sealed with Martha Stewart Crafts Gloss Enamel Finish Spray for protection and to maintain tarnish-resistance. Very lightly spray surface and allow 60 seconds before spraying a medium application to seal; let dry.
Can Martha Stewart Crafts ® Fine Crackle Effect be used on an outdoor surface?
No. We recommend using this on indoor surfaces only.
How do I prepare a tin surface before painting with Martha Stewart Crafts ® Multi-Surface Acrylic Craft Paints?
Tin must be thoroughly cleaned before painting with Martha Stewart Crafts™ Multi-Surface Acrylic Craft Paints. Before painting on galvanized tin, you must first wash it with soap and water. When dry, wipe with white vinegar dampened cloth. Let it dry and wipe again with clean water. If you are unsure if the tin is galvanized, clean as instructed above to ensure proper paint performance.
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