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Many people have asked how to remove the tack from Flexi Paint and many have asked why it is tacky.
The tacky surface occurs due to the high bonding qualities of Flexi Paint, this means NO PRIMER IS NEEDED. Flexi Paint is its own primer and will bond to a wide variety of surfaces without peeling away or cracking. The tack also makes Flexi Paint very durable and tough because of that extra bonding power; it grips acrylics, powders and glitters securely to its surface.
The top coats remove the tack from Flexi Paint and as it is water and weather proof it eliminates the discolouring of Flexi Paint when it is wet. The Matte top coat turns Flexi Paint to a Matte finish and removes the tack completely. The Gloss top coat keeps your Flexi Paint surface Glossy and removes the tack completely as well.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
Use on Flexi Paint surfaces.
Use a brush to cover your project in a thin layer.
Two to three layers are recommended.
Allow each layer to dry before applying the next layer.
Touch dry in 5-10 minutes per layer.
Wash brushes after use with warm soapy water.
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