USE FOR: Stenciling and stamping, monotype printing, serti technique, hand painting
USE ON: All types of silk as well as thin cotton fabrics and fabrics with up to 20% man made fibers
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Marabu Silk Paints are a water-based silk paint, set by ironing. For all techniques of silk painting and for all silk qualities as well as thin cotton fabrics. Brilliant, intense colors. Soft to the touch and very good flow properties. Washable and suitable for dry cleaning.
Quick note: folks ask for a 'Mixing White' that is available from Marabu Germany, and a couple colors not shown, but unfortunately, these are currently NOT available here in the U.S. We aren't sure about the couple colors we can't get, but the white contains a binder that is not yet certified in the US/Canada. Thus we don't have it. However, you can use #830-White Dye-na-flow or the #30 Lightning Medium in the Setasilk, these will also work to make a pastel or lighten colors, and will not add that chalky effect that you get when using a more opaque white, but it will also add some transparency.
These work perfectly with Marabu Contours & Effects outline pens.
*Currently, the Marabu Silk Thickener is not available but, we have found that Setacolor Fabric Paint Thickener works just as well.
Made in: GERMANY (DE)
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You can combine cotton and rayon clothing & accessories to get the greatest discounts. Your discount is figured on the total number of cotton and rayon items we ship, not how many of each type, style or size. Mix and match them to get the best discount.
Example; adding 4 each of 3 different T-shirts in size Large should give you the 12+ price on all 12 shirts.
Some products may be excluded from discounts, and / or may discount only with themselves. If you have any questions at all please contact us toll free at 800-542-5227 (no buttons, just humans).
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