Ask Plaidie Laddie: Questions about the Martha Stewart Spray Paint Kit

Plaidie Laddie is back today, and ready to help tackle any urgent craft and painting questions. Don’t be alarmed by his fur and paws, he is a very skilled and knowledgeable crafter. For those of you who may be new to our blog, Plaidie Laddie is our loyal Plaid pooch, and one of our blog contributors. Throughout the month he helps answer your most burning craft and painting questions. This week we have two questions concerning the new spray paint kit from Martha Stewart.

“Dear Plaidie Laddie, I have been a long time customer and fan of Plaid craft products. I was so excited when I learned of the new Martha Stewart craft line. I have bought several items, such as paints, and stencils. I am interested in getting the spray paint kit, however I wanted to know, on what surfaces can I spray paint, and how should I clean my tools? Any advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated.” – Jennifer from Columbus, Ohio

Jennifer thank you very much for your questions. This spray paint kit can be applied on wood, tin, ceramic, glass, terra cotta, canvas, plastic, papier-mâché, Styrofoam, and plaster. On glass and ceramics, use for decorative purposes only; do not use where surface will come into contact with food or beverages. In order clean the spray paint kit remove sprayer from bottle immediately after use. Cap and store unused paint mixture. Remove plastic tube and rinse under running water. Reattach tube and place in cup of water. Spray away from you until water runs clear.

We received these questions via email. If you would like to ask Plaidie Laddie a question please send it to: paintmeplaid@gmail.com. In the subject line please title it Plaidie Laddie Question.

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