Liquid Poster Paint

Carry on painting! With liquid poster paint you can't stop. Its incredible colours invite you to be creative. What's more, they allow you to personalise the colour tones as they mix together perfectly.

On paper, card, wood, fabric, clay, modelling dough... Your results are always fantastic when they are applied using a paintbrush, roller, spatula or sponge!

  • Advantages of use
  • Application Techniques
  • Washing methods
  • Allergen Information
  • Flows smoothly.
  • Easily mixed with other colours.
  • Dries quickly and is very economical.
  • Recommended for children aged three upwards.
  • Bright, quality colours.
  • High covering power.
  • Ready to use.
  • Very good adhesion to most surfaces.
  • Water based poster paint.

1. Splash painting

Splashing a painting with a toothbrush is an effective way of creating texture. To obtain bigger splashes you can use a round paintbrush dipped in plenty of paint which can be tapped firmly against the handle of another paintbrush or with the fingers.

2. Printing with sponges

Apply the liquid tempera to different-shaped sponges directly from a palette containing a mixture of the chosen colour. Then press the sponge onto a surface, like a stamp, to leave its imprint. Rinse the sponge out before the paint dries to remove any paint residue.

3. Painting with three colours

A great variety of colours can be achieved by using blue, carmine and yellow and mixing them together.

  • 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. Do not let it dry.
  • 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.
  • If necessary, brush the stain with a little liquid soap.
  • On dry stains: Soaking the stain in a mixture of equal parts of whole milk, peroxide and liquid soap for more than six hours makes it easier to wash the garment. Afterwards, 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. Squeeze the garment when you start to wash it but do not rub it. Wash with soap. Finally, scrub the remaining traces of the stain with soap. Repeat the process if any traces of the stain remain.
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