Montana have produced this range of 'Marble Effect Spray Paint' for a deceivingly realistic marble effect, 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 Marble effect paint works as follows, The marble effect is formed by very fine coloured paint strands on the surface area of the object in question. The area which is to be sprayed is not entirely covered and will stay partially visible.
When finished it can be top coated with a Montana GOLD varnish for a lasting and durable result.
The Marble range is available in 3 colours, this is the 'Black Marble' Colour option.
The great thing about the Marble range is its versatility, it can be used on many different surfaces such as paper, cardboard, primed canvas, wood, glass, metal, ceramics, porcelain, stone, acrylic and many other paintable materials.
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