Should I seal and protect my FolkArt Milk Paint project after it is dry?
Furniture decorated with FolkArt Milk Paint, if not sealed, can be damaged with water spots or moisture rings from drink glasses. It will also spot if wiped with water or washed. Decorative items like walls do not need to be sealed but any surface subject to spills should be sealed and protected. Milk-painted furniture can be protected with two thin applications of FolkArt Milk Paint Bonding Primer & Sealer.
Can FolkArt® Outdoor™ be used with other paint products?
No, mixing FolkArt® Outdoor™ with other paint polymers will compromise the color, durability and other key features of the paint.
Water should not be used with FolkArt® Outdoor™. Adding water will interfere with the durability and paint adhesion properties.
How should I apply FolkArt Milk Paint Bonding Primer & Sealer to topcoat my completed project?
Simply load the FolkArt Milk Paint brush with the FolkArt Milk Paint Bonding Primer & Sealer then apply the sealer to your completed milk painted project using long, smooth brush strokes. While wet, you will notice FolkArt Bonding Primer & Sealer is milky yet it will dry to a clear, flat finish.
Is a project created using FolkArt Glitterific Paint dishwasher-safe?
No, projects painted on glassware or glazed ceramics using FolkArt Glitterific Paints are not dishwasher safe, nor should they be immersed in water. These surfaces should be used for decorative purposes only.
Can I use water to thin FolkArt Watercolor Acrylic Paint?
Yes, water can be used to dilute FolkArt Watercolor to achieve a variety of wash effects.
How much coverage will one container of FolkArt Coastal Texture Paint provide?
One container should provide up to 5 sq. ft. of coverage.
How do I clean FolkArt Milk Paint from of my brushes and stencils?
FolkArt Milk Paint can be easily cleaned from used paint and stencil brushes while the bristles are still wet using soap and warm water. Wipe used stencils with paper towels or baby wipes immediately after each use.
Is a sealer or varnish needed with FolkArt® Outdoor™ paint?
No, unless used on a water saturated surface, such as a bird bath. The FolkArt® lacquers are ideal for outdoor use and are compatible with FolkArt® Outdoor™ paint.
Can FolkArt Pouring Medium be used with FolkArt Pouring Paints?
No, direct mixing of FolkArt Pouring Medium with FolkArt Pouring Paint is not necessary as FolkArt Pouring Paints are already premixed with the necessary amount of Pouring Medium and no mixing is required. NOTE: FolkArt Pouring Paint (paint that does not need to be mixed with Pouring Medium) can, however, be used as one of the desired colors when creating a fluid art project along with FolkArt Acrylic Paints (that do need to be mixed with Pouring Medium.)
Since FolkArt® Texture paint can be applied to porous surfaces, does that mean I can apply it to fabric?
No, FolkArt® Texture Paint is not recommended for fabric application.