- Bottles feature extra-small opening for mess-free dispensing and greater portion control 1-oz bottles pack of 6 assorted colors: red, yellow, blue, green, orange and violet
- Ready-to-use liquid watercolor in our most popular 6-color assortment
- Use as a dye for clay, glue, glass stain, shaving cream, and more
S&S Worldwide PT3253 Liquid Watercolors, Grade:1 to 12, (Pack of 6)
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|Brand Name||S&S Worldwide|
|Color||Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange, Violet , Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange, Violet|
|EAN||0851445804322 , 0840614116083|
|Is Assembly Required?||false|
|Number of Items||6|
|UPC||840614116083 , 851445804322|
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Bottles feature extra-small opening for mess-free dispensing and greater portion control. 1-Oz. Bottles. Pack of 6 assorted colors: red, yellow, Blue, green, orange and violet.
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As far as shipping, the bottles came packed in a nice tidy little box, and each vial was then wrapped in plastic individually. Each vial also had a seal inside the cap. Everything was intact when I got it and nothing had leaked.
There are no instructions, so I played around with them some. I settled on soaking a rag in a few drops of the color and then rubbing it to the wood. The lack of instructions is only the reason it's not 5-star. This cost me some time trying to figure out what worked best and seemed like something you'd want to include in what I'd consider a sample pack.
I was surprised how little stain was needed to get a good color. The bottle tips are almost eye-dropper sized openings, so you can easily release just a drop or two at a time. To stain a 6x6" flat surface reasonably dark took about 25-30 drops, which hardly registered as a loss of volume in even the 1-oz vial. The color penetrated pretty deeply into the wood, which is great for my application (as opposed to paint, just laying on the surface). I sanded off an area just to check, and it took some work to get back down to bare wood. That's a note of caution too, because any screw-up may be difficult to get out.
As for what happens when it gets on you, they don't wash off that easily. I wore latex gloves but somehow managed to still get some on me, which I left on there for maybe 30 minutes while I was working. I tried to wash it off but the next day my kids were giving me grief about my blue fingers. It probably took 24 full hours to all wash off.