A set of universal color contours "Decola", 4 colors
Universal color contours for arts and crafts «Decola» based on an aqueous acrylic dispersion designed to create volumetric images on a variety of surfaces: metal, wood, ceramics, glass, plastic, canvas, etc. Apply the degreased surface contour, pressing the adjusting line width. Dry for 3 days. Also, the contours can be used to decorate the finished acrylic painting. To provide greater durability for solid materials (other than plastics, and the like) after drying was painted product can be warmed in an oven at temperatures up to 100 ° C for 30 minutes or cover acrylic lacquer. For articles made of fabrics: ironed without steam iron 5 minutes from the wrong side by x / cotton fabric at a temperature corresponding to h / cotton fabric. Washing is not recommended. . For professional-level painting difficult surfaces - flexible as fabric or smooth as glass - we recommend using specialized products series «DECOLA», have better adhesion to the stated surfaces. Do not use for painting the contours of objects in contact with food. Nozzle flush with water. Keep circuits in sealed tubes.
Universal acrylic liners ‘DECOLA’ are intended for painting on surfaces: wood, metal, plastic, leather, textile and other materials. They are used alone or in combination with acrylic colours of ‘DECOLA’ series. They are indispаnsable for fine detail work, lettering and creating effects on a decorated surface. The liners are especially popular in dot painting. The liners are produced in tubes with a pointed nozzle-dispаnser that makes it easy to apply acrylic right from the tube by gently pressing on the package. The density of the applied line is controlled by the strength of pressing the tube. The consistency of the colour and the unique nozzle-dispаnser prevent the appearance of blots in the process of painting and allow to obtain volume relief patterns, dots, strokes and other elements. It is recommended using the products of special propose series ‘DECOLA’ for the professional painting on complex surfaces (flexible as textile or smooth as glass) They are produced in tubes of 18 ml.