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FolkArt ® Pickling Wash™ - Champignon, 8 oz.

Item # 5751 UPC # 028995057519 $5.99

FolkArt Pickling Wash is a water-based, brush-on paint that easily provides a soft, transparent wash of color when applied to most porous surfaces. It is ideal for applying a light wash of color on a variety of home decor accessories as well as furniture. FolkArt Pickling Wash is available in multiple on-trend cottage chic colors, and its superior, non-toxic formula makes it safe and easy to use.

Size: 8 oz.

description

FolkArt Pickling Wash is a water-based, brush-on paint that easily provides a soft, transparent wash of color when applied to most porous surfaces. It is ideal for applying a light wash of color on a variety of home decor accessories as well as furniture. FolkArt Pickling Wash is available in multiple on-trend cottage chic colors, and its superior, non-toxic formula makes it safe and easy to use.

  • Create a wash of transparent color on natural and porous surfaces such as unfinished wood, baskets, and terra cotta    
  • Indoor/outdoor formula penetrates and seals    
  • Water-based, non-toxic, and made in the USA

faqs
On what surfaces can I use FolkArt Pickling Wash?

You can apply Pickling Wash to most porous craft surfaces such as wood, terra cotta, natural-fiber baskets, and papier mache.

Does FolkArt Picking Wash hold up well on outdoor surfaces?

Yes, Pickling Wash can be used on most outdoor surfaces. It is weather-resistant without the use of a varnish topcoat. Once the paint has properly cured to the surface approximately 48 hours after application, the project surface is water- and fade-resistant under normal conditions.

How long does it take FolkArt Pickling Wash to cure?

Although Pickling Wash will dry to the touch very quickly as it is absorbed into the porous surface, it will not be completely cured until 48 hours thereafter.

Where can I learn more about FolkArt Pickling Wash?
You can learn more about this product by reading the FolkArt Pickling Wash FAQ document.