Oil painting stick . For stencils on matt and satin surfaces 1 . Spray glue Stencil Mount in thin layer and also the back of the stencil. Allow to dry 30 seconds . Stick the stencil on
Oil Painting in Stick. For stencilling on matt and satin surfaces1. Spray the "Stencil Mount" adhesive in a light and even layer on the back of the stencil. Allow to dry for 30 seconds. Glue the stencil to the surface you want to decorate. Using a pallet (eg picnic plate), crush and rub the paint stick on it so that the paint spreads out. Spray Lanolin Oil onto the paint. And mix it up to make it more flexible. (Thinner provides better pigment glow on all substrates and better resistance to textiles)2. Put the paint back into the bristles with a circular motion. Tip: Hold the brush straight to take the paint or apply it. 3. Work directly on the support in rotary movements, from the outside to the inside. On walls such as wood, walls (wallpaper, old wall, satin or matt paint), stone, earth, slate, zinc, metal, let dry: it is fixed in 48 hours ). Varnish with an acrylic varnish if necessary.On the fabric, leave to dry 24 hours then fix the paint by ironing on the reverse with hot iron and without steam. The fabric can then be machine washed up to 30 ° (without softener). - The lanolin oil makes it possible to clean the brushes and the stencils.- All colors are miscible.- Always start with the lightest color and finish with the darkest- Use a brush per color to make a stencil (because the cleaning and drying time of a brush does not allow you to change colors to make mixtures).