Can I use Delta Ceramcoat paint on plaster?
Yes, you can use Delta Ceramcoat paint on plaster. However, because plaster is very porous and sometimes dusty, you should to first seal the piece with a clear acrylic matte spray sealer.Do Delta Ceramcoat Acrylic paints contain natural latex?
No, Delta Ceramcoat does not use any natural rubber latex in any of its current paint products; however, some of Plaid’s paint products do use synthentic acrylic latex materials. Any individual who has experienced a reaction to natural rubber latex should consult with his or her physician prior to using products of synthetic acrylic latex.How do I clean Delta Ceramcoat paint out of my brushes and off of surface areas?
Delta Ceramcoat can be cleaned up using soap and warm water. It is better to clean up Delta Ceramcoat paints while they are wet, but dried paint can be cleaned up easily as well.How resistant to fading are Delta Ceramcoat colors?
My acrylic paint has clumps and strings in it! What should I do?
Paints are rated on a light-fastness scale that runs from 1 to 5:
- Very good
All of the Delta Ceramcoat colors are rated Excellent or Very Good (1 or 2). These paints are made from some of the purest pigments available, which results in their superior quality.
Strings and clumps occur when the top layer of paint starts to dry. Air gets trapped in the top part of the bottle and
forms a skin. When you go to use it, it gets mixed back into the other liquid and causes clogs. Sometimes you might be able to remove the clumps if they haven't been mixed in with the rest of the paint. If the paint looks like chunks of rubber bands, it has frozen and thawed too many times. At this point, it is unusable.
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