The Bottom Line
- Easier than Traditional Tie-Dye
- Great for All Ages
- Easy to Blend Colors
- Some Practice Is Recommended
- Three types of paint available - sodt fabric paint, stencil paint, and upholstery paint.
- A rainbow of colors available, plus black, white, and glitter paint.
- This product is non-toxic and non-flammable.
- The paint is not only permanent, but it also required no heat setting.
Guide Review - Simply Spray Fabric Paint
I tried out the stencil paint on a pair of jeans using one of Simply Spray's stencils. The stencil paint is a little thicker which helps it stay where you spray it, but it does take a little practice to get the hang of applying it evenly. I used the soft fabric paint on a couple of t-shirts and a towel. For the towel, I just randomly sprayed a few different colors of paint on a towel that was laid out flat. I made the t-shirts to look like more traditional tie-dye. Again, I think a little practice goes a long way with these paints, but the practicing will be fun! The more you use the product the easier it will be to get the desired results. If you want to make these projects, you can find them here.
Do make sure you read through all the directions provided because there are some handy tips included. Also, although the advertising says this product has no-odor, I did notice a faint odor with a few of the colors; however, this is no where need the strong odor one might expect while using a spray paint. I used the paint in my small office and had no need for ventilation.
I look forward to playing with all the Simply Spray products more in the near future. I would certainly recommend it for anyone who is looking for an easy and unique way to add color to t-shirts, jeans, banners, towels, bedding, and many other items.