Well, if you’re buying cheap spray-on stuff on ebay and are looking for a high quality product, Krylon is quite good. It’s cheap, but the quality is quite acceptable for what it is. However, if you are buying Krylon for the first time, you’d better get a nice quality roller sprayer so you can control the consistency of your paint. Then you’ll need plenty of foam brushes for the fine painting (for glazing) as your can’t just use a sponge because the sponge won’t be able to stick quite as well to the paint surface. Another benefit comes with using the Krylon product. You are able to paint directly over your work with no additional work to do. You can also use the Krylon product by itself, but only with paint that is very dark, since it won’t take the same amount of paint on it’s surface. For example, you wouldn’t want to mix blue-coloured paint and white-coloured paint in one step because it would interfere with the effect. The best thing about Krylon products is the use of rollers so you can paint directly over your work, instead of spraying over it. There are also a number of different colour options. I’d rate them as a good quality product from what I’ve seen so far.
Where can I buy Krylon paint? Krylon paints are available from paint stores across the continent. Unfortunately, I haven’t found a way to buy direct from Krylon. If any of you get in touch with them, let them know that when you order Krylon products online, you don’t get direct from Krylon, but rather from Krylon’s distributors.
How do I store my Krylon paint? You should do two things to make sure the paint gets properly protected. Firstly, store your Krylon paint according to the directions provided for that product, usually with the label removed. You can avoid all forms of water damage, so wash the bottle before use and make sure to wipe the exterior with a microfibre cloth. Store it outside the cupboard of your fridge or a cool, dry place. Next thing you can do is cover the top of the bottle with plastic wrap and leave it out in an airtight place. Keep it away from direct sunlight, but inside the cupboard for at least 24 hours.
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