Faq’s Part 1

Posted: October 3, 2013 in FAQ
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Here are just some answers to your frequently asked questions, for more blacklightLiquidLatexinformation you can visit our website – liquidlatexfashions.com.

Can you use Liquid Latex to make molds?
Yes. In fact, we will soon be introducing additives to help harden the latex and speed the drying time.

Can the colors be mixed?
Yes, you can mix colors out of the jar to create custom tones. We also sell concentrated color pigments to add to Liquid Latex Fashions Body Paint.

Can you spray it on with an airbrush?
Yes. Use a brush capable of heavier viscosity outputs, such as an automotive touchup brush. Paasche makes some brushes that work well with Liquid Latex Face & Body Paint. Generally the latex will need no thinning. Be sure to keep the pressure low to avoid injury and the tip of the gun clean so it doesn’t clog.

What makes Liquid Latex Fashions Body Paint better than other the other liquid latex products?
We have devoted a great deal of time to extensive product development. Our Liquid Latex Body Paint is formulated with FDA approved ingredients, using only natural, medical grade products.  We have formulated the Liquid Latex Body Paint to be the shiniest, smoothest, stretchiest and most richly and vibrantly colored liquid latex possible. We are constantly working on ways to advance our current products, develop new products, enrich our packaging and promote our name on our product lines.

What is Stardust?
Liquid Latex Fashions’ Stardust is a finely ground mica powder that is brushed over the surface of dried Liquid Latex Body Paint. Mica is a natural element that is used in many popular cosmetic products. Stardust is used as a finishing product to keep the dry latex from sticking together and ripping and also creates brilliant metallic or pearlescent effects on the surface of latex, leather or directly on the skin. Stardust can be used as an alternative to Fantasy Finish spray.

What is Fantasy Finish spray?
Liquid Latex Fashions Fantasy Finish Spray is a silicone-water emulsion that can be used to polish dull latex and other surfaces.  Use Fantasy Finish as a finishing product on the final dried surface of Liquid Latex that helps to keep the latex from bonding to itself. Fantasy Finish can be used as an alternative to Stardust powder.

Why do you have to use a “finishing product” (Stardust or Fantasy Finish spray)?
Finishing products such as Fantasy Finish polish or Stardust powder are used on the final, dried surface of Liquid Latex to keep it from sticking together and ripping. Liquid Latex Body Paint, after drying, will be tacky to the touch and if two painted areas touch together, it will cause a “contact glue” effect, causing it to rip or peel away from the skin if the finishing products are not used.

Does Stardust go on when the latex is wet or dry?
Dust the Stardust on only after the latex has completely dried. Because it is such a fine powder, it will slightly embed itself on the surface of the latex. Then you can wipe away the excess with your hands or a cloth.

Can you wear the latex again after it’s been taken off?
Liquid latex is generally a one-time-use product if painting it on the body. After peeling it off, it will usually tear, stretch out, and/or crumple up and stick together. Liquid Latex can be painted over some fabrics, especially denim or Lycra, if you would like rewearable latex clothes.

How thick is it after 3 coats?
Depending on how thick you paint it on, the latex will usually be about the same as wearing two rubber gloves.

Hopefully some of these answers will help you to create your own stunning latex creations.

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