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Re: Best Acrylic Paint

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DeDeRuss
Wed, 7 Apr 1999 20:12:19 EDT


I agree with "M"---Createx is the most versitile paint I have ever used. We
use it on paper, canvas, fired clay, leather, cloth, glass, wood, papermache,
plaster, paris craft, EVERYTHING that can be painted. We use it as
watercolor---for printing--- as paint for canvas with our acrylic painting
class---for painting t-shirts---and to dye clothing. We use it as an option
instead of glazing on some clay projects. (I have even dyed some spots on my
carpet at home and it covered the stain beautifully! ) The students in the
upper school even decorated the tops of our art room stools added two coats
of polyurethane and they have held up for 4 years without chipping off. It
mixes beautifully and the students love the coverage. It thins out with a
little salt without losing any pigment. It now is the only paint we use and
worth the expense.