American multi-surface satin 60ml
Use this high-quality acrylic, satin, interior / exterior on almost any surface including most plastics. They are self-sealing, so no primer or varnish is required and offer excellent coverage in one or two layers. This special formula is designed to gently brush and once completely cured, creates a durable and hard finish that is highly resistant to cleaning chemicals.
Upper flow and leveling
Pigments permanently resistant to light
Cleaning soap and water
Water-based and non-toxic
Made in the USA
How to use Multi-Surface
Shake well. Clean the surface thoroughly and then apply 1-2 coats with a brush or sponge. Air healing 7 days. For a finish on the top of the dishwasher, place the finished piece in a fresh oven, set the temperature to 325 ° F, bake for 30 minutes, and then cool with the oven door partly open. Not for direct contact with food. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Clean with soap and water.
Tips for Multi-Surface
Clean the insoles quickly before the paint dries to facilitate reuse.
No primer or sealant is needed prior to painting or to protect the finish afterwards.
Get a nice finish even on slippery surfaces like glass and metal with a soft brush to spread paint on multiple surfaces, then leaving it to self level.
Use a light touch on polished surfaces for better coverage. Pressing too hard with the brush can cause the paint to slide off the surface.
For an egg shell finish, use a high density cosmetic sponge to hit the paint on the surface. This technique will also give your base "tooth" coating which makes it easier for additional layers of paint or painted designs to adhere.
American acrylics come in 253 glossy pigments that offer excellent coverage in a single coat. Each bottle of Americana Acrylics will offer superior coverage with a permanent and durable finish and is ideal for professional artists, artisans and students. American Acrylics are water based and non-toxic and can be varnished to create various shines. This acrylic paint can be used on almost any surface.
Bright and light pigments
A cover layer with most colors
Consistency of color
Matte and durable finish
Cleaning soap and water while it's wet
Made in the USA
How to Use American Acrylics
Shake well before use. Apply a well-brushed coat with a soft brush or sponge brush. Apply multiple layers when using more transparent colors. Allow to dry completely before applying additional layers or varnishes.
Tips for American Acrylics
Spit a small amount of the bottle at a time as the acrylics dry out so quickly.
The adhesive tape applied on the already dried acrylic paint will not damage the existing paint, thus facilitating the production of a hard or sharp edge.
Glass or high-density plastic is a large reusable palette because acrylic paints do not adhere to them, making cleaning easier.
Typically, the shelf life for most paints is 5-7 years. If stored in a closed container under stable life temperatures, the shelf life may be indefinite. Here are some guidelines to follow to determine if your America acrylics are still good to use:
If your paintings can be remixed by shaking or shaking, they are okay to use.
If paints can not be shaken or shaken successfully, they should be discarded and replaced.
If there are small pieces of dry matter in the paint, you can create a filter by unscrewing the paint cap by placing a small piece of nylon stocking or similar thin tissue over the opening and replacing the cover. When the paint is squeezed, dry matter will remain inside the bottle, and only the smooth paint will flow out.
If there are "strings" in the paint, it is best to discard it and replace it.
The drying time may depend on temperature, humidity, application thickness, etc. American acrylics normal dry to the touch in 15 minutes or less.
American Acrylics can be used on surfaces such as metal, glass or cloth, as long as you use the appropriate medium. To paint on metal or glass, first apply with multipurpose sealer or mix directly with the paint. Mix medium of fabric paint with paint for painting on fabric. The painted design should be heated with an iron once the paint has healed.