DIY Peelable Spray Paint for Beautiful Window Art

If you are thinking of giving a stylish makeover to your home and looking for a cost effective way to transform it beautifully, DIY peelable spray paint for beautiful window art would undoubtedly a great choice. As its name implies, it’s a peel-able coat and can be removed easily whenever desired. To help you with taking over the window art, here we’ve shown some simple steps of how to stencil a design using Rust-Oleum Flexible Peel Coat Spray paint, take a look.

Step 1: Preparation

Because you are going to work with spray paint, a suitable place is essential to complete the task effectively. A place with excellent ventilation and a dust-free environment is good for completing your project with aerosol spray paint. Once you find an appropriate place, simply spread out a drop cloth to protect it from overspray. Now, clean the window glass you are going to paint in using glass cleaner and a lint-free cloth. Let it dry thoroughly.

Step 2: Stencil

Now, use the stencil of your choice for deportation. To get clean lines from your stencil, use a stencil adhesive spray to seal the stencil’s edges. Spray the adhesive onto the back of the stencil, and adhere the stencil onto the glass. Then, use painter’s tape or masking paper to secure the edges and protect the rest of the glass from overspray.

Step 3: Paint the stencil

Before to start painting, read the instruction carefully mentioned on the spray-cane. And now, shake Flexi-Dip Removable Rubber Coating – Matte White cane vigorously for a minute until the mixing ball begins to rattle. If mixing ball fails to rattle, “Do not strike spray-can and contact Rust-Oleum.” Next, hold the spray cane 8-12” away from the stencil and spray first light coat in a steady back-and-forth motion. Then, finish it off with a final medium coat. Remove the stencil and painter’s tape while the final coat is wet.

Step 4: Finish

Let the paint dry for about an hour. After 24 hours, the paint will be fully cured and peelable. For simple and easy removal, it is recommended peeling your tail-lights within six months of application. 

  • Jun 12, 2018
  • Category: DIY
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