Montana have produced this range of 'Granite Effect Spray Paint' for a deceivingly realistic granite look, the application process is very simple and with a bit of preparation is very easy to achieve, we suggest you watch the tutorial video next to the product image, this video will explain most things for you and help you to achieve the desired effect.
The granite paint is a water based special effect with fine plastic particles that mimic the granite look, the fine particles give you a deceivingly realistic granite effect.
The granite effect paint works as follows, we recommend that you prime your material either use the Montana Primer or for a more realistic look use the Montana Texture spray, using the Montana Texture spray will enhance the Granite look and add a dimension of realism. Can be used on Wood, Glass, Metal, Ceramics, Porcelain, Stone, Acrylic, Paper, Cardboard & Primed Canvas.
The granite range is available in 5 colours, this is the 'Brown' Colour option.
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