Some of my favorite features of Plutonium’s™ paint:
Dries in 3 to 5 minutes
Hard, matte finish – Most spray paint finishes semi-gloss or shinier. I really like the matte look of Plutonium’s™ paint.
Sprays upside down – This is huge when you are working on large pieces of furniture!
Eco friendly, recyclable – The paint has a higher pigment to propellant ratio, which reduces the nasty chemical output.
Pleasant scent – Instead of the typical spray paint smell, Plutonium™ has light, almost candy-like scent.
The only spray paint that is ENTIRELY made in the United States.
(Note to self: Mad in Crafts pumpkin this year?)
All cut out and ready to go.
I carefully peeled off the backing paper and placed the contact paper stencils on the desk. I smoothed them down several times to remove any big bubbles or wrinkles.
I even taped off the drawer hardware to keep the chrome pulls from being painted.
Because of the great coverage of the paint, you can’t really see that this is the side of the desk with the contact paper stencils, but they are under there.
After the second coat was dry, I scored around the stencils with my Exacto and began to peel off the contact paper.
After some careful peeling, the contact paper was gone and the Mad in Crafts icons appeared!
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Thanks, Jessica Hill