What kind of paint do I use to paint or spray on cloth? Thanks

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  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Sep 03, 2017
    Hopefully this will help, but you don't state what kind of cloth. That will make a difference in how much paint you will use:

    I would also suggest that you search your topic with your search engine so that you can do more research.

    Good luck!

  • Sharon Sharon on Sep 03, 2017
    What kind of fabric and what are you trying to do, and a picture might help too.

  • Kay27246977 Kay27246977 on Sep 03, 2017
    Fabric paint

  • Cheryl Cheryl on Sep 04, 2017
    You have two choices really. One is fabric paint of course & the other is acrylic craft paint. If you use either one, please pre-wash the fabric. Once the painting is done, you will have to heat set it by turning it upside down, placing a piece of parchment paper over the design & ironing on a medium setting with no steam. Let cool before packing it up. There are two things to consider though ... the type of material you are using (cottons without polyester) & the washing instructions. These are simple too ... simply turn the material inside out if necessary, launder in cold water with mild detergent, rinse in cold water & hang to dry. I hope this is of some help to you. Good luck with your project(s)! Have a super day!

  • Karen Krysowaty Karen Krysowaty on Sep 04, 2017
    Go to your nearly craft store and ask what will work on the fabric you have. The have fabric paint or a fabric medium

  • Marcie Marcie on Sep 04, 2017
    recently I bought 2 visors at a thrift store.

    at home I noticed 1.had fading And discoloration .

    i will take it to craft store as Suggested .

    thank you all for taking time to help me.

  • Delicia Ambrosino Delicia Ambrosino on Sep 04, 2017
    You can use any acrylic or latex paint paint as there is an additive. It's called Liquitex Fabric Medium. By using this you aren't so limited in the color range of your paint. I would suggest sticking with acrylic paint UNLESS you are considering painting upholstery which, by the way, can make pieces of furniture that are in great shape look brand spanking new.