wandabepainting wandabepainting
I am going to be painting with Neopaque on some white canvas shoes. Since I will not be able to heat set them, is there something I can do to make sure the color stays?

Appreciate any response. Thanks so much!!!



Wanda be Painting!
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Noelle Noelle
Hey Wanda....

You can use a hair dryer to help the paint set. Or you could mix in our product called Airfix.
(product info here: [url="http://www.jacquardproducts.com/products/chemicals/airfix.php"]http://www.jacquardproducts.com/products/chemicals/airfix.php[/url])
Items that will not be washed right away usually fare pretty well in the setting department--the paints tend to set themselves over a period of time--if they don't get wet.

How about posting some pictures when you're done?

Noelle
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wandabepainting wandabepainting
Noelle - thanks so much for the information. I will probably use the hair dryer. Yes, will take a few pics to post when finished!!! Can’t wait to get started!

Now I am trying to find a Jacquard Neopaque distributor in my neighborhood.
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Lunargent Lunargent
Hi - Have you tried the Stores feature here on the website to locate a supplier for the Jacquard products?

If your local art supply store doesn't carry the stuff, you might find some things at JoAnn fabrics, in their larger stores.

Good luck! - L
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wandabepainting wandabepainting
Thank you for your response. I will try Joanns!
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vanessalee vanessalee
Hi, which types of paint can i use to paint on white canvas shoes so thaqt the colors won't run?
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Celia Buchanan Celia Buchanan
Hi,
Textile colors, Lumiere and Neopaque should work best.
Celia
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