Flexi Paint flesh or nude has been designed for costumes and prop makers alike.
No harsh fumes or over powering smells.
- It is water based and can be thinned with water.
- Acrylic can be added to perfect which shade you need.
- It can be applied using a brush, sprayed on with an air brush /cup gun.
Flexi Paint flesh is
- Non toxic.
- Latex free
- Doesn’t crack
- Strong bonding
- Highly flexible
- No mixing of parts
Tests have shown its bonds to :
- EVA Foam
- Upholstery foam
- Polyurethane soft foam
Flexi Paint is used to coat foams, latex and fabric, it then provides a finished flexible, durable rubber service. No latex is needed, no primer is needed. Acrylic paints may be added in small quantities to customise the shades.
Comes in a wide selection of colours.
Water based so brushes and sponges can be washed clean with warm soapy water.
Please see our directions of use for more details.
We recommend applying a silicone spray/lubricant/oil to your finished, dry project, this will help protect it and will also avoid any parts sticking together.
Please Note; even though the project is dry it still maintains a “tack” which will cause parts or other pieces to stick to it unless the spray/oil is used.
All colours will dry darker.
Metalliacs will show once dry.
Clear comes milky white but will dry transparent. – Thin with water for best results. Apply in even layers and avoid pooling.
Acrylic paint & powder pigments can be mixed in to any Flexi Paint colour as well as clear
Once your project is dry, don’t forget to use Silicone Spray/Lubricant/Oil to remove any tack and protect your project.
View also: https://www.flexipaint.co.uk/