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christysaysrawr
« Reply #20 on: February 01, 2008 10:13:48 AM »

wow...
the faded horse on the bottom looks really cool.
&i feel the pain about paint being watery.
i totally ruined perfectly good red jersey
when i tried to do and underoath patch....
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« Reply #21 on: February 29, 2008 09:49:21 PM »

Nice Save. Looks Perfect!
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simplyspray
« Reply #22 on: May 21, 2008 08:34:20 AM »

Hi Everyone-
We appreciate all the feedback about our product and would like to take this opportunity to help everyone out!
The Simply Spray paint is an aerosol fabric paint that dries soft to the touch.  You can stencil with this, but the paint is waterbased, so you have to spray lightly in thin coats.  You can use a hairdryer to help speed up the process.
If the material you are trying to paint is blended, such as a 50/50 shirt, the paint is going to react like water and more likely to run.  We suggest using 100% cotton if you are trying to stencil with Simply Spray.  Either way, it is a skill that will take a little practice. 

The paint that we suggest for stenciling is...our Stencil Spray!  This paint is opaque and will feel like silkscreen when dry.  It is thick and it will come out in more of a stream than a mist.  The pressure has to be higher in the can to get a thicker paint to come out.  When you mask off your stencil and spray - even if it comes out in more of a stream- the end result will be stencil that is like silkscreen.  You can blend colors together whenn wet and create really unique looking designs.

We are working on launching a new website in the near future and hope to add more videos and instructions to help everyone out.  We hope you all check out the website and ask questions and share your projects with us.   Our products are different than most, but in the end, the results can be fantastic and like no other!

We want our customers to love our products as much as we do!  For all of you that are hesitant to use Simply Spray because of stenciling...please keep in mind that stenciling is just one project that Simply Spray can be used for.  The uses for Simply Spray are endless.....come check us out for yourself! www.simplyspray.com
Thank you!
From all of us at Simply Spray Smiley
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