Brown Waterproof Outdoor Paint
Item Number SPOP08
13.3 oz can
Feels like vinyl when dry
Will not crack or peel
Does not rub off on clothing
Dries in just 30 minutes
Permanent after 72 hours
No need to heat set it
Safe for indoor and outdoor use
UV protector to reduce sun fading
Easily washes off skin with soap and water
Brown Waterproof Outdoor Fabric Paint by Simply Spray® is a non-toxic, non-flammable aerosol paint for use on all absorbent and non-absorbent materials. Once applied, the paint absorbs in the fabrics or dries on top of other materials to help restore and Waterproof. It is permanent, fast drying and will not rub off once dry (suggested 72 hours). For best results make sure material is dry, free of oils and loose dirt before painting.
Waterproof Outdoor Fabric Paint can rejuvenate, restore, waterproof or change the color of fabric and is recommended to change light colors to a deeper shade or darker color. It can be used on awnings, outdoor fabrics, patio umbrellas, sofas, chairs, pillows, carpets, curtains, lampshades, linens, and car/boat/RV interiors & exteriors.
*Please note the color on screen may vary from the actual spray paint color due to the calibration of your monitor as well as the material you choose to spray the paint on. If your project demands exact color matching we highly suggest testing on a hidden area first.
IMPORTANT When painting furniture, be sure to do a COMPLETE TEST on a hidden area that matches the surface fabric. Let the paint dry completely over three days, then check to make sure your paint adheres to the fabric. Make sure you’re satisfied with results before starting your project.
Only open one can at a time. We are not responsible for the results of your painting project and will not credit for used cans or damaged furniture.
Always test first. If you are not satisfied with the color or paint results on your test fabric, do not continue painting and call us to return unopened paint cans.
Make sure to test on an unworn area. Stain-proofing tends to wear off over time where people sit. Test an area that gets little wear to ensure paint adheres to the entire project. You will also need
to determine how much paint you need.
For best results, the fabric must be dry, clean, and free of body oils.