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Americana Acrylics come in 244 bright pigments that offer excellent coverage in one coat. Each bottle of Americana Acrylics will deliver superior coverage with a permanent, durable finish and is ideal for professional artists, crafters, and students. Americana Acrylics are water-based and non-toxic and can be varnished to create various sheens. This acrylic paint can be used on almost any surface.
Americana Acrylics come in 244 bright pigments that offer excellent coverage in one coat. View all colors at once or browse our color families below.
Fluorescent acrylic paints made with bright, concentrated neon colors. Layer on top of corresponding Americana colors to make the colors pop even more.
Fluorescent acrylic paints made with bright, concentrated pastel neon colors.
Use Americana Writers to easily add dimension to any craft project. Use for personalizing, outlining and simple dots or swirls.
Shake well before using. Apply one well-brushed coat using a soft brush or sponge brush. Apply multiple coats when using more transparent colors. Allow to dry thoroughly before applying additional coats or varnishes.
Squirt a small amount out of the bottle at a time since acrylics dry so quickly.
Masking tape applied over already-dried acrylic paint will not damage the existing paint, thus making it easier to produce a hard or sharp edge.
Glass or high-density plastic makes a great reusable palette because acrylic paints will not cling to them, making clean-up easy.
Typically, the shelf life for most paints is 5-7 years. If kept in a closed container under stable living temperatures, shelf life can be indefinite. Here are a few guidelines to follow to determine if your Americana Acrylics are still good to use:
Dry time can depend on temperature, humidity, thickness of application etc. Americana Acrylics normal dry to touch within 15 minutes or less.
Americana Acrylics can be used on surfaces such as metal, glass, or fabric, as long as you use the proper medium. To paint on metal or glass, first prime with Multi-Purpose Sealer or mix it directly with the paint. Mix Fabric Painting Medium with paint for painting on fabric. The painted design should be heat-set with an iron once the paint has cured.