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    Acrylic Paint Frequently Asked Questions

    Is your paint non-toxic?

    All our paint is non-toxic and perfect for all ages to try out different paint mediums. Check out our range of non-toxic paints here.

    Can I make my own palette with the paint?

    With any of our paints, you can put it into an empty palette to store and make your own palette.

    Is your paint washable if they accidentally get on clothing?

    It really depends on what color and paint you are using. Most of them should come out if you treat it right away. Some colors are more staining than others. Our watercolor set will definitely wash out.  

    Does an art tray for color mixing come with the paint sets?

    Our paint sets don’t come with a palette for color mixing. For any acrylic paint or watercolor, you can use any ceramic item, like a mirror or plate, for color mixing. They can easily be cleaned off to use for multiple works of art. Our acrylic and watercolor sets come with three paint brushes.

    Can you use acrylic paint on fabric?

    Yes, you can use acrylic paint on fabric. If you are looking to wear your designs, you need to thin the paint out with medium to avoid the fabric being stiff and uncomfortable to wear. It might be easier for you to use fabric paint because you don’t have to worry about thinning it out.

    How to get acrylic paint out of fabric?

    You can wash acrylic paint off of fabric and table if you get to it while it is still wet. Soak the stain with nail polish remover for an hour. Scrub the stain with warm water and soap. If the water doesn’t work, you can scrub the stain rubbing alcohol.

    What are acrylic paint pens used for?

    Acrylic paint pens are great for beginners as they allow for artists to become familiar with using acrylic while not being discouraged with complicated brush techniques. You are able to paint without having to worry about washing brushes and stepping over paint cans.