How To Use Simply Spray
Fabric painting is a great option for people looking to restore a favorite chair or for those hoping to give new life to a thrift store find. Simply Spray is a popular options for this type of project as it is easy to use and comes in a wide variety of colors to match any decor. Here are some insider tips for using Simply Spray that will ensure your finished project turns out perfectly.
Before using Simply Spray to add color to a new or older piece of furniture make sure to cover the work area with a drop cloth as the paint is permanent. With fabric painting it is also important that a spray test be done on a hidden part of the item being painted. Doing this spray test insures that the color goes on correctly and that it is exactly the look you are going for.
After getting the work area in order and doing the fabric test, it is time to use Simply Spray. Simply Spray should be applied from about 6-8 inches away to guarantee the color goes on smoothly and evenly. Steady pressure should also be kept on the trigger when using the spray so no bubbles or other blemishes appear on the finished product. Multiple coats of spray are also recommended to make sure the end result is flawless, not too light or too dark and without unattractive streaks.
There are a few other things to keep in mind while working with Simply Spray as well. Simply Spray works best with cotton or other absorbent types of fabric. These fabric tend to hold the final color better. In addition, Simply Spray can only be used to make a lighter colored object darker, it will not make a darker color lighter. Following these tips will help ensure your final product is fabulous in every way.