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FolkArt ® Painted Finishes
Create a natural, organic look with your home decor accents through FolkArt Painted Finishes....

FolkArt Painted Finishes

Add dimension & texture to home decor accents

Create a natural, organic look with your home decor accents through FolkArt Painted Finishes, available in Barnwood, Concrete, Moss, and Rust finishes. The dab-on, non-toxic formulas are easy to use and can be used on a variety of surfaces. 

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Popular FAQs
After allowing the first step of Barnwood Tint to thoroughly dry (approximately 4 hours), shake well then apply a small puddle of Barnwood Wax to the palette. Load the FolkArt Shortie Brush with Barnwood Wax and apply a smooth even coat across the surface. more...
Use a stiff bristled brush that will allow you to manipulate the thick texture of FolkArt Painted Finishes Rust. The FolkArt Shortie Brushes are perfect for this textured paint application technique.
Each FolkArt Shortie Brush is manufactured as a 1” wide flat brush containing 100% hog hair with flag tip bristles. Hog hair bristles offer the stiffness needed to work the Barnwood Tint into a raw wood surface and the flag tip bristles allow the brush to hold more tint.
FolkArt Painted Finishes are a new line of water-based, non-toxic products which allow artisans and craft enthusiasts alike the ability to create four of the latest on-trend decorator finishes for the home: Concrete, Moss, Rust and Barnwood.
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