- Professional-quality fabric paints that leave fabric soft!
- Applied straight from the bottle, the color is semi-transparent and intense!
- Permanent and colorfast on both synthetic and natural fabrics!
- Usable on stretchy and extruded fabrics, leather, wood, shoes, canvas, and paper!
- Never chips, cracks or peels, even with repeated wear and washing!
- Great for painting, block printing, mono printing, stenciling, stamping and more!
- Works well with the Neopaque and Lumiere fabric paints!
Opaque White - Mix this into your colors to create opaque versions of each color, that will provide better coverage on dark fabrics.
Colorless Extender - Mix this into your colors to increase transparency without affecting the viscosity of your paint. The more you add the more transparent your paint will become.
Water - You can also mix in up to 25% water into your colors to increase transparency, while also reducing the viscosity of the paint. This produces a watercolor like effect.
More Colors - You can easily mix any of the available colors to create any colors you desire.
Pastels - To create pastel colors mix the "123 - White" with any of the colors. Start with a little and then add more for increased effect.
You can also mix or use in conjunction with the Lumiere or Neopaque paints!
Application - Paint can be applied with brushes, stamp pads, squirt bottles, and airbrush. For airbrushing, thin with water up to 25%.
Fixing - After drying, paint must be set with heat. You can either iron the opposite side of the fabric or put the fabric in the dryer on a hot temperature for 35 - 45 minutes.
Cleanup - Promptly cleanup all tools with warm water.
My daughter has a polyester dress she needed to dye Hunter Green for an Anime convention. We used Rit Dyemore first and used the stove top method. Left it in an extra 20 minutes and the dress came out olive green.. I found Jaquard Textile paint online and decided to try it to re-dye the dress. My daughter and I diluted it with 25% water and sponged it on. The color came out great! I heat-sealed the color with an iron and a super-hot dryer and the fabric was only a tiny but stiff. She was super happy with the results!