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What is the difference between Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint and Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Craft paint?
Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Craft Paint is a durable, premium, multi-surface acrylic paint that is both dishwasher and machine washer safe. It is perfect for both painting and stenciling and comes in several specialty finishes such as high gloss, satin, metallic, glow-in the dark, and chalkboard.
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint is a high quality paint designed for painting and distressing furniture and home décor accessories. It does not require any project preparation such as priming, sanding, or stripping. It dries to a matte chalk finish, can be finished and polished with waxes, and is formulated for easy sanding and distressing.
What types of surfaces can I apply Mod Podge Clear Chalkboard Topcoat?
Mod Podge Clear Chalkboard Topcoat can be applied directly onto a variety of decoupaged or painted surfaces such as: wood, tin, terra cotta, canvas, papier mache and even glass or ceramics when the finished glass surface will be used for decorative purposes only.
On what type of surfaces can I apply Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glow-in-the-Dark Finish?
Apply on wood, papier-mâché, tin, terra cotta, canvas, plastic, plaster, and Funkins™ (artificial pumpkins). On glass and ceramics, use for decorative purposes only; surface is not washable.
What is the paint cure time when working with Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor Chalk paint will dry to the touch almost immediately, however it will take 24 hours before fully cured to the surface. The wax fully cures in 7 days.
What types of surfaces can I apply Martha Stewart Crafts ® Gilding to?
Martha Stewart Crafts Gilding Sheets can be applied to wood, tin/metal, paper mache, terra cotta, canvas, plastic, plaster, glass and ceramic.
What types of surfaces can I apply Mod Podge Clear Chalkboard Topcoat?
Mod Podge Clear Chalkboard Topcoat can be applied directly onto a variety of decoupaged or painted surfaces such as: wood, tin, terra cotta, canvas, papier mache and even glass or ceramics when the finished glass surface will be used for decorative purposes only.
What makes Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint ideal for creating the distressed look?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paints sand easily without “gumming up” the sandpaper. It sands to a fine powder which is easily brushed or wiped away.
When satisfied with the distressed look, wipe project surface with a damp paper towel to remove excess sanding dust. Then you are ready to seal and protect your project with the Vintage Decor Waxes.
On what type of surfaces can I apply Martha Stewart Crafts ® Satin Finish?
Apply it on surfaces such as wood, papier-mâché, tin, terra cotta, canvas, and plaster.
What should I use to buff the Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor wax?
When buffing, it is best to use a soft, lint-free cloth. Fold the cloth into a small section which can be easily held in one hand. If working on a large piece of furniture, be sure to occasionally open and refold the buffing cloth to a clean spot before continuing to buff.
Tip: When buffing a large surface, if your wax is not buffing easily, dampen your cloth with water, and continue buffing. This will re-activate the wax so that you can continue to easily buff your project.
What is Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glow-in-the-Dark Finish?
This is a waterbased indoor/outdoor brush-on finish. When used as a top coat, it seals and protects decorated surfaces while providing a bright, phosphorescent glow.
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