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Can I apply Tjhoko Paint to fabric?
Can I apply Tjhoko Paint to fabric?

Below are two links that will assist you with the application of the paint on fabric.

Ensure that you are working on a natural fabric item, like suede or cotton, and not something that is synthetic. Always keep in mind that paint will change the texture of the fabric. We always recommend painting a small section and test first. 

Tips:  Never dilute the paint with water.

There is no need to apply a sealant or Clear Glaze afterwards.

Care instructions:  Hand wash in cold water.

  • When painting on upholstery, first moisten the fabric with some water.  (A spray bottle filled with water works well.) This will help to use less paint and add some elasticity to your first coat of paint.
  • Then apply the 1st coat of paint on top of the moist fabric, wait for the paint to be hand dry.

Hand dry means that when you touch it, no paint should come off. 

  • Next apply a 2nd coat of paint and depending on the fabric you are painting onto maybe it will need a 3rd or 4th coat (No sealant is required or needed)

The 1st link shows you the application onto an ottoman. The 2nd link shows the application of the paint onto a table runner. Both fabric applications are towards the end of the content clips. On a loose item such as a runner or tablecloth, iron on the back more or less 2 hours after the painting has been completed.

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