How to Heat Set Acrylic Paint?

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To heat set acrylic paint on fabric simply iron it. Iron it on the wrong side or place a cloth between your iron and the painted surface. Do not sure steam only a dry iron on medium heat. Do this for about 4 minutes and it will be set.
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How to Heat Set Acrylic Paint
Acrylic paint is a very useful artistic tool. The medium dries quickly and is quite permanent. Acrylic paint is much easier to work with than the less forgiving oil paints. For apparel applications, acrylic paint is the recommended choice for... More »
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There is no need to heat set acrylic paint. Once the acrylic paint dries it is permanent. The only paint that must be heat set is textile paint. The best way to heat set is with an iron. You can find more information here: www.stampington.com
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