That is a question that you will get numerous answers too. There are many good waxes out there. I personally use McGuires products and love them. Wax is a protectant, and if used reguarly they are all good. Some just go on easier and protect longer than others. An alternative to wax is Acrylic paint conditioners, which are better for acrylic paints than waxes. Pure liquid non abrasive and self leveling, conditioners are absorbed into the paint. They make the paint stronger as opposed to covering it up with a wax built up.
If it's bare wood, then you can use either an oil based or a 100% acrylic paint over a similar primer. If it's already been painted, then you'll want to know what kind of paint is on the surface, and then coat it with that type of paint. If you want to use latex over an oil surface, sand the oil surface, prime with an acrylic primer, then coat with your 100% acrylic paint.
Almost any type of paint can be used for stencilling, the most common type of paint sold for stencilling purposes is water-based acrylic paint, often slightly thicker than normal artists acrylic paint to make application easier, oil-based paint sticks or semi-solid oil paint are also popular. Choose the type of paint best suited to the surface to be stencilled, acrylic paint for walls, floors, wood and any Matt surface (protect from wear with varnish), fabric paint for t-shirts and all kinds of natural materials, spray paint for walls and canvas etc etc.
Here is a link for fabric paints-- Link#1 This link will give you the steps to Fabric Painting-- Link#2 To get best results, use a water based paint specifically designed to use on fabrics. Most hobby stores carry this kind of paint. **acrylic paint is the best (water based) and you can control the color and consistancy -
You can actually use acrylic paint to paint on leather pillows. My mom is all into that kind of stuff and she actually has a small buisness called "pillow talk" where she paints quotes onto pillows. Im not sure if the pillows she uses are leather, but I know that she uses acrylic paints. I am sure that acrylic paint would stick to leather. hope that was a helpful answer!
It depends on what type of painting you are doing, or what kind of paint you are using. But, most likely, you are using acrylic paint, and when using acrylic paint, you should not use any paper at all. Instead, you need to use canvas to paint on because paper will start to shrivel up when you paint on it. So, just use canvas, which you can buy at a crafts store like Micheal's or JOANN for the low price of about $25-$35. Your welcome!!
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