How to keep paint from bleeding under tape on canvas
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How to Stop Paint From Wicking Under the Tape's Edge
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Now, when the stencil is nice and tacky, place it in position on your wall and pat it down "gently but firmly" with a piece of folded up paper towel or clean rag.
Make sure that all of the edges of the stencil windows are all completely in contact with you painting surface. That's it, simple and achievable. One small but relevant point I should make is. One spray should last for three or four impressions. If the tacky-ness starts to diminish, and it will after a while, give the stencil a bit more adhesive. Secondly, it is important to understand that you risk bleeding if you your stencil brush or roller is excessively load with paint. This is not rocket science yet many folks tend to overlook this one when they first enter the world of stenciling.
Overloading your brush or roller with paint is the next most common way to get bleeding.
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If you are using the pasty, buttery acrylic paint that come in tubesyou will be less likely to get paint under the stencil material. If you are going to use thin watery paint, you will have a slightly higher risk of getting bleeding. But all bleeding can be avoided if you don't overload you brushes. I use buttery tube paints for not all but most of my stencil projects.
Squeeze some paint out of the tube onto one corner or part of the plastic spatula available from hardware stores and art suppliers.Explore Painters Tape, Painting Tips, and more!
Tip When painting surfaces with an irregular surface, press down on the edge of the tape you will be painting, using your fingers to secure the tape to all the small bumps and indentations.
Follow this by pressing down the edge with a putty knife. Warning Never push a fully loaded paintbrush immediately next to the tape, because the paint will go under as well as over the tape. References 3 True Value: How to Tape on Textures. About the Author Gwen Bruno has been a full-time freelance writer sincewith her gardening-related articles appearing on DavesGarden.
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