USE FOR: Painting, staining, faux marbling, stamping, stenciling, watercolor techniques
USE ON: Wood, glass, metal, fabric, pottery, wicker, concrete and laminate. Non-toxic.
Unicorn SPiT® is a unique product, used as a paint, gel or stain on most any material. Create masterpieces on wood, glass, metal, fabric, pottery, concrete, laminate, wicker and most other substrates. It is a gel-type paint that, once dry, has a chalky texture. Most use it as a first coat and once dry, finish with a gloss or clear coat to really make it pop. Non-water based clear coat finishes will work best.
We found that the best uses for the Unicorn Spit is for semi-porous items like wood, concrete, artist canvas as then you'll be able to get the neat marbling style effects out of it.
Diluting it with water will create a glaze or antique stain effect and is easily cleaned up with water. Once dry, Unicorn Spit has a chalky texture on it's own so can be sanded, buffed or scraped for additional effects. This product also works on fabric, but some of the effects you can achieve might not work on all fabrics, so testing is recommended for sure. Great for wall hangings and works of fiber art.
**Read Description Instructions very carefully if using on wearables.
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