Stencil Basics: Stenciling With Discharge Paste

Discharging is the process of removing dye from fabric in a controlled manner. Jacquard Discharge Paste can be painted or stamped on dyed natural fiber fabric, and its thick viscosity makes it ideal for using on fabrics with Royal Design Studio Stencils. Discharge Paste will safely remove color from natural fibers and is also safe for use with silk. Unlike bleach, Discharge Paste will not weaken or deteriorate the fabric.
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Jacquard Discharge Paste can be found here: http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/collections/stencil-supplies/products/jacquard-discharge-paste
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Read the full how to here: http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/12269389-stencil-basics-stenciling-with-discharge-paste
Read the full how to here: http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/12269389-stencil-basics-stenciling-with-discharge-paste
Read the full how to here: http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/12269389-stencil-basics-stenciling-with-discharge-paste
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  • Pamela Pamela on Aug 21, 2014
    WOW....this is so very interesting! I have never heard of this type of stenciling before. The discharge paste on your site is very reasonably priced as well. I am looking forward to purchasing the paste and updating a few of my fall long sleeve shirts. Thank you for posting this!

  • Royal Design Studio Royal Design Studio on Aug 22, 2014
    @Pamela Hi Pamela! Yes, we love how discharge paste mixes things up a bit compared to paint :) We would love to see what you do with our products! Keep us updated and happy stenciling!

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