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Does Delta Ceramcoat Frosted Glass Paint hold up well on outdoor surfaces?
Yes, FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint can be used on outdoor surfaces once cured, providing the surface itself can withstand outdoor elements.
On what types of surfaces can I use Delta Ceramcoat Frosted Glass Paint?

Many surfaces can be decorated with Delta Ceramcoat Frosted Glass Paint: glassware, clear acrylic, clear Lucite, clear rigid plastics, mirrors, and glazed ceramics. Surfaces such as clear acrylic, Lucite, and rigid plastic should be decorated and kept for decorative purposes only, as these surfaces cannot be baked to cure the paint to the surface; moreover, these surfaces should also be cleaned with a damp rag only.

Where can I learn more about FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint?
You can learn more about this product by reading the FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass FAQ document.
What is the best way to cure FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint?
FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint applied to glassware must to be cured in oven. See the article How to Cure Painted Glass Projects for additional information.
How long does it take FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint to dry and cure?

FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint dries to the touch within 1–2 hours, depending on thickness of application; when using heavier applications of paint or working in a high humidity area, the paints can take longer to dry. Once dry, your glass surface must be baked in the oven to fully cure the paint to the surface.

Does FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint hold up well on outdoor surfaces?
Yes, FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint can be used on outdoor surfaces once cured, providing the surface itself can withstand outdoor elements.
On what types of surfaces can I use FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint?

Many surfaces can be decorated with FolkArt Enamels Frosted Glass Paint: glassware, clear acrylic, clear Lucite, clear rigid plastics, mirrors, and glazed ceramics. Surfaces such as clear acrylic, Lucite, and rigid plastic should be decorated and kept for decorative purposes only, as these surfaces cannot be baked to cure the paint to the surface; moreover, these surfaces should also be cleaned with a damp rag only.

How should I clean my tools after using FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint?

Because FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint is solvent-based, you should clean brushes with nail polish remover, mineral spirits, or an enamel paint thinner such as xylene or toluene. After cleaning the brushes with one of the aforementioned solvent cleaners, wash the brush bristles in soap and warm water, reshape them with your fingers, and allow to dry upright.

Can I use FolkArt Lettering Brushes with other paints?

Yes, the FolkArt Lettering Brushes can be used with FolkArt Acrylics thinned with a touch of FolkArt Floating Medium or water.

What are the best tools to use when lettering with FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint?
The three-brush set includes a 3 mm, 4 mm and 6 mm brush, each manufactured with long, flexible, flat-tipped synthetic bristles. The combination of the bristle length and shape makes these brushes perfect for creating smooth, clean edges when lettering. The longer bristles also hold more paint—meaning you can load your brush less frequently while you brush several letters at a time. The brush handles also have a protective coating to extend the life of each brush.
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