Finger Paint

Painting was never simpler! Children use their fingers to apply this water paint directly onto any type of paper, so it's as easy as can be. No tools are necessary and it is ideal for children from the age of 3 upwards.

Jovi finger paint feels nice. And because of their composition, they can be easily washed and guarantee good plastification.

  • Advantages of use
  • Application Techniques
  • Washing methods
  • Allergen Information
  • Bright colours.
  • Completely harmless.
  • Washes off easily.
  • Matte drying.
  • Creamy texture.
  • Colours can be mixed together.
  • Encourages sensory development.
  • Stimulates motor coordination and fine psycho motor skills of the hands and fingers.
  • Water based paint

1. Drawing

The children choose the colour they want to use and paint their design on a suitable surface, using their fingers as a paintbrush. They can leave just the outline of the motifs they have painted or fill them in with colour.

2. Fingers

The children dip their fingertips into the paint and make a painting with coloured dots. They can press down a number of times with their fingers on the paper until the paint leaves no trace. This allows them to experiment with the varying intensities of each colour.

Printing

This can be done with hands or with a sponge. The children dip their hands, feet or a sponge in the shape of a star, animal, etc. into the finger paints and press them down on the chosen surface to leave their imprint.

  • It is better to wash garments with paint stains by hand, ideally leaving to soak for a few hours.
  • Washing garments in the washing machine can leave stubborn paint stains which are much more difficult to remove.
  • Never dry a paint-stained garment in the tumble dryer because it will be impossible to remove the stain afterwards.
  • Washing on a normal cycle should not leave stains, but if you think the garment will not come out clean, wash it by hand.
  • Washing by hand:Soak in water for about four hours. Then, rinse the garment through with plenty of water at high pressure. It is better to work from the back of the fabric, behind the stain. Wash with liquid soap. Do not rub the garment when you start to wash it.