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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.
On what surfaces can I use FolkArt® Texture Paint?
FolkArt® Texture Paint can be used on wood, terra cotta, paper mache, Styrofoam and most porous surfaces.
On what surfaces can FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint be used?
FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint can be applied to many surfaces: wood, terra cotta, paper maché, canvas and most porous surfaces.
How should I apply FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint?
A soft bristle brush, roller or sponge applicator is the best way to apply FolkArt® Chalkboard paint to the surface of choice.
Is FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint permanent?
Yes, FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint is permanent on any surface; be careful when applying. It is permanent on clothing, rugs, flooring, etc. Clean up while wet with soap and water.
Is FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint suitable for outdoor use?
FolkArt® Chalkboard Paint can be used on surfaces that are suitable for outdoor use as long as they are protected from the elements.
Is FolkArt Milk Paint safe to use on surfaces children might use?
Yes, FolkArt Milk Paint is non-toxic, environmentally-friendly and considered safe to be used on children’s furniture.
How long FolkArt Glitterific Paint take to cure?

Depending on the thickness of application, Glitterific cures to a surface after approximately 24 hours.

Is FolkArt Multi-Surface Satin Paint permanent on glass or ceramics?
The paint is developed with extra adhesive properties making it a perfect paint for glass painting without using a primer or sealer. To ensure extra durability, it is recommended that painted glass/ceramics be cured by baking.
What is the paint cure time when working with FolkArt Home Decor Chalk paint?
FolkArt Home Décor Chalk paint will dry to the touch almost immediately, however it will take 24 hours before fully cured to the surface.
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