COLOR POUR PAINT
No, Color Pour brand paint comes pre-mixed and ready for use. We've removed the trial and error and frustration of getting the optimal pouring consistency. Our paint is formulated at the perfect consistency for pour art projects. Simply combine your favorite colors and pour!
We recommend using Color Pour Pre-Mixed Paint for its ease of use; but we do separately sell Color Pour Pouring Medium that you can combine with with any acrylic paint to make pour paint.
Yes, Color Pour Pre-Mixed Paint is water-based acrylic paint. Like all acrylic paints, it will dry to a finish resistant to water.
This depends on several factors; but in general, 1-2 oz. of paint will cover about 40 square inches of surface area.
That depends on the look you want! You can create fun, marbled effects with Color Pour Pre-Mixed Paint without Cell Magic. But if you love the look of cells and lacing in your pour art, Color Pour Cell Magic and a torch is the best way to achieve that look. We recommend using 1/4 teaspoon per 1 ounce of paint. Visit the video page to learn how to use the paint with and without oil.
Absolutely! Cell Magic produces one look when it's used with a torch and one without. Experiment with both techniques and find out which you like best!
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COLOR POUR RESIN
Our Color Pour Resin is food safe! If you use a different brand of resin, be sure to check the label.
Great question! You can create smaller projects with leftover resin. We recommend barrettes or buttons!
If resin is wet, it can be cleaned up with a paper towel or baby wipe. Partially cured residue can be removed with a solvent like rubbing alcohol or acetone. Wash your cups and tools with soap and water.