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STYLIN™

MULTI-SURFACE
FASHION ACRYLIC

Stylin™

Create custom fashion looks or refresh real and synthetic leathers, canvas, burlap, and more with this flexible, multi-surface fashion acrylic paint. Stylin is specifically formulated to penetrate surfaces and provide a seamless, durable finish. Make a personalized fashion statement that is all you!

  • Ideal for stenciling, decorative painting, and watercolor techniques
  • Flexible paint specially-formulated to prevent cracking or peeling
  • Bonds to surface to create a seamless finish
  • Ideal color palette for fashion d├ęcor
  • Water-based
  • Soap and water clean-up
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Colors Available

Stylin paint comes in 14 fashion-forward colors, which are intermixable for even more custom fabric paint colors. For options, see our e-book.

Black
Black
White
White
Beige
Beige
Fuchsia
Fuchsia
Red
Red
Brick
Brick
Orange
Orange
Yellow
Yellow
Green
Green
Aqua
Aqua
Turquoise
Turquoise
Blue
Blue
Purple
Purple
Chestnut
Chestnut

NEON COLORS

Fluorescent acrylic paints made with bright, concentrated neon colors to provide a fashionable pizazz.

METALLIC COLORS

Metallic paint made to add some shine to your fashion accessories.

How To Use Stylin

For best adhesion, clean surface with alcohol. Surfaces with a glossy or factory coating should be cleaned with acetone. Apply paint evenly with a soft bristled brush. Allow to dry between coats. Cure for 24-48 hrs. before use. Water-resistant. Water-based. Permanent. Soap and water clean up.

Tips For Stylin

Clean surface thoroughly for best paint adhesion.

If working in an area that overlaps (like a purse that has a flap for instance) cover that area with wax paper or freezer paper.

Watch for drips on vertical areas and immediately smooth out with brush.

Let dry completely and apply second coat if needed.

Covers in one to two coats depending on color of surface and color of paint

Use a medium, flat brush for solid coverage. For fine detailed work, use a small round brush.

Colors are intermixable, so creating custom colors is easy!

For watercolor effects, thin paint with water up to 20%.

Canvas makes a great surface for watercolor. Before painting, add a layer of water to the canvas. The saturated surface facilitates blending and achieving a watercolor look. For non-porous surfaces, mix the paint with water (up to 20%) to create a watercolor prior to application.

For more vibrant colors on a dark surface, apply a white undercoat. This will ensure your design pops and the colors remain true.