For smooth, non-absorbing surfaces e.g. for glass, porcelain, metal
- For an optimal adhesion of the Crackle Paint
- Milky when applied, it dries transparently glossy
The adhesion of a smooth surface increases, if it is first sanded flat with fine sandpaper. Apply undercoat. Let dry for 24 hours if possible. Alternatively burn it in in an oven at 160°C for 30 minutes.
HOME DESIGN CRACKLE PAINT
For effective facet structure on furniture, tables, chairs and home accessories.
- Single-component lacquer for the three-dimensional, relief-like design of
- many solid surfaces such as wood, paper, cardboard, canvas, stone, glass,
- ceramics, porcelain, terracotta, plastic and Styrofoam
- The paint is filled with facets whiile drying
- The paints are water-base and are of creamy, drip-proof,
- spatula suitable consistency
- Mixable with each other, light fast
- Color paints dry with a glossy finish
- Suitable for stenciling and for creative home design
Surface should be grease and dust-free. Carefully pull off self-adhesive design stencil (“Fantastic Flowers”, Item-No. 74802) from the carrier foil, place on the surface and press down well.
With sponge take up a little contact primer for absorptive surfaces and carefully dab the motif on to the surface. Immediately remove the stencil, clean it under warm running water, dry it with a fuzz-free cloth and place it back on the carrier foil. The contact primer is milky at first, but dries transparently glossy.
After the drying time of approximately 2 hours, again replace the stencil and firmly press it down. Stir the Crackle Paint well. With the help of a spatula fill the motif with white Crackle Paint and then apply some royal blue to the still wet paint. This will render a very beautiful, effective color mixture.
Immediately remove the stencil and clean it (see step 1). Clean the work utensils with warm water. Let the Crackle Paint dry at room temperature. In this way the most beautifully pronounced facets are created. The drying time can be up to 24 hours, depending on the thickness of the applied layer.