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Customise your wardrobe with a set of fabric paints. You’ll find a variety of sets that include metallic, glitter, glow and fluorescent colours and effects. Decorate that denim jacket you found at the thrift store or get that sweater you were going to donate and paint something beautiful on it. With a few brush strokes, you’ll be one-of-a-kind pieces that everyone will want you to recreate for them. You can even find paints that have a 3D effect when they’re applied to your fabric adding a new level of dimension to your closet. You’re sure to find the best textile paint for your next project, so grab a set today and start creating!
How do I use fabric paint? You’ll want to make sure to pre-wash your item to remove any starches or chemicals that may prevent the paint from adhering to the fabric. Then, get a piece of cardboard or material to separate the front of your shirt from the back. If you’re working with a thicker fabric you can often skip this step. Once you have your fabric ready, grab a palette, water cup, and paintbrushes and start creating. If you’re working with 3D paints, you can squeeze them directly onto the fabric without a palette.
How do I remove paint from fabric? If it’s still not completely dry, gently dab the fabric and try to remove as much paint as possible. Avoid rubbing it otherwise you’ll be pushing the paint further into the fabric fibres. Next, you can use a generous application of isopropyl alcohol to completely saturate the area that has the paint you want to remove. Finally, wash the fabric either by hand or in the washing machine. The machine action should remove the rest of the paint. If the paint has dried onto your fabric, this process may be more difficult or impossible as fabric paints are permanent once they’re dried.
How do I paint on fabric permanently? If you use specially formulated fabric paints, they are made to dry permanently to your fabric. We encourage following the instructions on the packaging to ensure that the paint is set properly into your fabric. The more absorbent your fabric is, like cotton, the more likely the paint will be able to adhere well to your surface. Give your style a whole new look with a set of fabric paints. You could start your own fashion trend just by customising your own clothes. You have a unique perspective on the world and you should express that with your clothes. You can even customise a pair of sneakers or a tote if those surfaces speak to you more. Mix and blend colours for unique shades and even combine types of fabric paints to create fun designs. Take your artistry to a new surface with a set of fabric paints. Grab a set today! You might also be interested in: - acrylic paint - watercolour paint - gouache paint - oil paint - tempera paint - craft paint - finger paint Back to Paint & Mediums