Arteza Metallic Fabric Paint, 60 ml Bottles, Set of 14 Permanent Colors
This Quick Drying Fabric Paint, Semi Transparent, This Nontoxic Acrylic Paint Set, 14 Metallic Shades
Analysis of 100+ reviews for Arteza Metallic Fabric Paint, 60 ml Bottles, Set of 14 Permanent Colors
BestViewsReviews analyzed 4,865 reviews for 18 products in the Fabric & Textile Paints category.
We analyzed a total of 131 reviews for this product out of which, 92 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 88% reviews were positive while around 3% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Arteza Metallic Fabric Paint, 60 ml Bottles, Set of 14 Permanent Colors
This product received a total score of 8.52 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 6 features:
Users of this product said
I used spray bottle, paint brushing, and soaking to get the colors I wanted, and the paint was so easy to work with at all levels, I will likely paint many more items with this versatile beautiful paint.
The paints are easy to mix and dry out on the fabric, making them feel like silk screened tshirts.
The set is very good, it's packaged in a beautiful box, the colors are thick, brilliant, easy to use, and hold up to washing, I really like how thick they are.
I used spray bottle, paint brushing, and soaking to get the colors I wanted, and the paint was easy to work with at all levels of viscosity, even though it was a metallic box of standard colors.
I am happy to say that I am able to adjust the shade of the eggplant purple with some mixing, since it is incredibly dark when it dries.
Question & Answers
How do you heat seal it and how does it hold up in the washer?
I used an iron on the back side to wash it.
Is it possible to use it directly on denim or is it still required to mix it with textile medium?
They can be used directly without adding a textile medium.
Is it possible for them to sell individual bottles of black fabric paint?
It is likely at Hobby Lobby or JoAnn's frantic.
Is it necessary for them to have primer and finisher so it doesn't fall off?
The instructions are clear on the box, and you just paint the fabric and iron it to set the paint.
I want to paint a button-down shirt, but I will have to iron out thewrinkles before wearing each time. Can you iron over the paint?
If your design is completely dried, iron it and set it so that it won't budge.