FormPaint has been designed for costumes and prop makers alike. No harsh fumes or over powering smells.
No mixing of parts
FormPaint ™ is extremely versatile it:
Can be wet sanded to a smooth finish!
Is water based and can be thinned with water.
Acrylics can be added to perfect which shade you need.
Can be applied using a brush or sprayed on with an air brush/cup gun.
When dry FormPaint™ provides a finished flexible, durable, rubber surface.
Tests have shown FormPaint™ bonds to:
Polyurethane soft foam
FormPaint™ is water based so brushes and sponges can be washed clean with warm soapy water.
If you get FormPaint™ on your skin just use warm soapy water and baby oil or a baby wipe to wash away.
To remove FormPaint™ from a surface soak in hot water for an hour or 2, depending on the thickness, then try to peel the FormPaint away. If this does not work soak the item in baby oil, again for 1 to 2 hours depending on how thick the layer is, so the baby oil penetrates under the FormPaint™ and try to peel it away. Don't forget to clear up the baby oil afterwards as much as possible before recoating the piece.
FormPaint™ will dry and will have a tack to the surface.
The tacky surface is because of the high bonding qualities of FormPaint™, this means NO PRIMER IS NEEDED. FormPaint™ is its own primer and will bond to a wide variety of surfaces without peeling away or cracking.
The tack also makes FormPaint™ very durable and tough because of that extra bonding power; it grips acrylics, powders and glitters securely to its surface.
The Matt and Gloss Top Coats remove the tack from Flexi Paint™ and because they are water and weather proof they eliminate the discolouring of Flexi Paint™ when it is wet.
The Matt Top Coat gives FormPaint™ a Matt finish as well as removing the tack completely. The Gloss top coat keeps your FormPaint™ surface Glossy and removes the tack completely as well.
Silicone oil or silicone spray can also be used to the remove the tack and is ideal for finishing Powder coated surfaces and glitter..