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What is FolkArt® Texture Paint?
FolkArt® Texture Paint is a thick, creamy waterbase paint with particles added to allow consumers to add texture to projects or paintings.
Can I paint or antique FolkArt® Texture Paint?
Yes, FolkArt® Texture Paint can be painted or antiqued after it has cured to change the color or finished look.
Can I tint FolkArt® Texture Paint with other paints?
No, tinting FolkArt® Texture Paint with other paints may change the properties of the Texture Paint.
How should I apply FolkArt® Texture Paint?
FolkArt® Texture Paint can be applied with a palette knife, a paint brush or a stencil brush. When using a paint brush or stencil brush, use a dabbing motion to get the most textured effect.
Can FolkArt® Texture Paint be used on outdoor surfaces and projects?
Yes, FolkArt® Texture Paint can be used on outdoor surfaces and projects if they are protected from the elements. If they will be exposed to the elements, they need to be sealed with FolkArt® Outdoor Varnish.
Can I mix FolkArt® Texture Paint with extender or water?
No you should not mix FolkArt® Texture Paint with extender or water. Mixing with any other liquid may increase cracking.
Can FolkArt® Texture Paint be applied to a flexible surface?
FolkArt® Texture Paint should not be applied to flexible surfaces because it may crack.
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.
Do I have to seal FolkArt® Texture Paint?
No, it is self sealing. If it will be exposed to the elements outdoors, it should be sealed with FolkArt® Outdoor Varnish.
Does FolkArt Home Decor Texture Chalk paint contain latex?

No, FolkArt Home Decor Texture Chalk does not contain latex; like all other Plaid’s paint products, they’re manufactured using synthetic acrylic resins.

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