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Simply Spray Upholstery Fabric Spray Paint 8 Oz. Can Periwinkle
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- The ONLY safe, no odor, non-toxic, non-flammable, Permanent aerosol fabric paint
- Safe for the Environment, ECO-FRIENDLY and Made in the USA Rhode Island to be exact.
- Non-toxic & non-flammable, Although it is an aerosol, it does not contain ANY harsh ingredients or inhalants! It's secret formula is safe and conforms to ASTM-D 4244
- Only use on absorbent materials, make sure your material is absorbent by applying water to a small area and making sure the material absorbs the water.
- Does not work on all fabrics. Contact seller for suitability.
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PMS#2727 - Will not crack or peel. Does not rub off on clothing. Dries in just 30 minutes. Permanent after 72 hours. No need to heat set it. Safe for indoor and outdoor-use UV protector to reduce sun fading. Washes off your hands easily with soap and water. 8 oz can. Simply Spray is a permanent aerosol fabric paint, not a dye. It is non-toxic, non-flammable and completely safe. You can paint your upholstery instantly without the mess! All you have to do is pop the blue safety tab, apply even pressure to the trigger and simply spray! Great for use on furniture, awnings, umbrellas, camping supplies, office cubicles, RV's, boats, carpets, cloth car interiors, and more. *Please note the PMS color reflects the true color of the product which, may vary due to the calibration of your monitor as well as the material you choose to spray the paint on. If your project demands exact color matching we highly suggest testing on a hidden area first. PLEASE NOTE: Because Simply Spray is in a pressurized can, it CANNOT be shipped to APO, FPO or International addresses.
Top Customer Reviews
Here I am 13 years later and the denim is faded & stained. I have tried washing and dying the slipcovers in the washing machine, but still it was never quite right. When I went to price out how much it would be to replace it (from the manufacturer - Rowe Furniture) I was SHOCKED to find out that to replace the slipcovers would cost me $2,000!!! YES - SERIOUSLY TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS!!! And that I couldn't purchase it from Rowe directly, I had to go to a box furniture store and pay the premium... For that amount I could buy an entirely new sofa and call it a day. But alas, the money is not there.... So I came across this product. I will say this, it was EASY to use and the color is fantastic. Does it cost more that the regular Rid Dye? Yes, by far. However, there is less hassel with making sure that no dye has stained your machine and the application is 1-2-3. The color is much deeper looking, and although is won't cover all stains, it certainly was the best "middle of the road" solution for the time being.
Don't underestimate how much you will use. I know it sounds like a lot, but it will be approximately 1 can for 1 cushion (front, back & all 4 sides). I have 13 cushions + 2 arms (corner of sofa has 1 seat with 2 corner backs) and in total I needed 12 cans. $140 to get me through the next few months was well worth it until I can figure out what to do with the sofa. If you have a denim sofa, go for the Navy Blue - It's perfect. :) (If my review was helpful, let me know by clicking "yes" at the end of my review!)
As far as the process, I'd suggest a few things:
-- The sprayer drips a lot. I found wearing gloves and keeping a rag wrapped around the can helped catch some excess
-- For a couch, put cardboard or boxes on the floor for at least 3 feet out on all sides when you're working on it, because you'll drip more than you realize as you work. (Watch where you step, too.)
-- I had one can with a sprayer that jammed, so I swapped it with a sprayer from another can. (They pop off.) No other problems with 12 cans.
-- Wear a mask. I didn't, and I was sneezing blue paint for several days.
-- Wear clothes and shoes you're prepared to ruin. It's messier than you might imagine.
-- Even though it's messy, it's not bad to use inside. The paint doesn't seem to "mist" and get all over the way regular spray paints do, and there's not much smell even in small rooms without a lot of ventilation.
-- Vacuum the furniture before you spray to get any lint or dust off.
-- Slow, even strokes about 8 inches away from the fabric worked best for me.
-- It says you can add a second coat after 20 minutes, but I found it worked better to wait longer (8+ hours). It dries a little differently than you think it will -- it improves as it dries -- so you'll have a better sense of where you need to repaint
-- I'm pleased overall. The couch doesn't look new, but it looks a lot better than it did. It has added a few more years of use to this couch.
-- I think I'd have gotten a better result if the navy blue were a bit darker. Even after 9 coats, the faded spots didn't blend completely with the unfaded areas. They're much less noticeable, though.
-- The company says the color is PMS 294, which seems to be accurate. You might want to Google that to make sure it's what you want.
-- I used it on a polyester fabric that (supposedly) was stain treated. The fabric seems to have taken the paint well, although the most worn areas still look "shinier" than the rest of the couch. (I blame that on the fabric, not the paint.)
-- The fabric is slightly stiffer, but not hard or plastic-y. I have a feeling it will loosen up in a few weeks.