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FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint takes up to an hour to dry completely and takes approximately 48 hours to cure on a surface.
Yes, projects using FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint should be sealed with a clear acrylic spray sealer to protect the project surface and to keep the paint’s metallic colors tarnish-resistant. After the paint has dried and cured, very lightly spray the project surface, then wait 60 seconds before spraying a medium application to seal; allow to dry completely.
Yes, before using, shake or stir Brush Lettering Paint well to mix until the color is uniform.
Many surfaces can be decorated with FolkArt Brush Lettering Paint: wood, papier mache, canvas, metal, glass, glazed ceramics, paper, and terracotta. This paint also works well on acrylic-painted or stained surfaces. Make sure to seal or basecoat porous surfaces such as plaster and bisque before applying Brush Lettering Paint.
Yes, heat-setting will ensure the durability of your FolkArt Watercolor fabric project. Follow the instructions below to heat-set your project.