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  • How To Paint a Denim | Linen Faux Painting Technique

    Official Manufacturer Store and Learning Resource Site About The Denim | Linen Faux Paint Technique How To Faux Paint 1-2-3 Steps The Dragging Strié faux finish paint technique for walls has existed for centuries. The Strie technique has been endeared for replicating the look of expensive textiles. This look is not trendy, instead it creates the look and feel of "stability and longevity" in home decor for walls. Recent years have introduced the newest version of this faux finish painting technique, called Linen and Denim. The Woolie paint tool enhances your ability to keep steady while making your passes on a wall NATURALLY. This makes it easier to get professional-looking results for your painting projects. The Woolie LARGE (REAL Sheepskin) Pad Creates Many, Many Different Faux Paint Techniques Using Paint or Faux Glaze. ​ You have Total Control To Create Your Desired Look. ​ Washes Quickly. Extra-Large, (9.75 x 5 inches) VERY Lightweight and Ergonomic for Easy Use. ​ Use for Color-Meshing, Marbling, Glazing, Color Wash, Dragging, Strie, Linen, Denim, Leather, Stippling, Clouds. ​ 1-2-3-Faux! Instruction Steps ​ Using The Woolie Original Faux Painting Pad ​ If you have never faux finished with The Woolie Faux Painting Tools and Techniques, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success. ​ ​ STEP #1 ​ ​ This Technique is a 2 phase, layered technique. Designed for advanced faux painters. ​ The first phase/layer is to complete the Strié / Dragging Technique , and allow to completely dry over a period of 1 to 2 days. ​ Phase 2 is best accomplished if you tape your wall into sections. ​ You will need to measure your walls to calculate measurements that will give you equal width sections similar to the width of wallpaper. ​ Mark your walls using a level, followed by masking off the sections using low adhesion masking tape. ​ Helpful Tips ​ You must use 2 highly-contrasting wall paint colors. ​ These colors must be AT LEAST 4 shades apart. ​ Refer to our How to choose color combinations for this technique. This can be found further down on this page. ​ Carefully review our Preparation Instructions before you begin. You will find them further down on this page.​ ​ STEP #2 Person #1 will apply the faux glaze to the surface uniformly, using a paint roller.. ​ This person should be aware of the pace of Person #2 and adjust accordingly. Moving ahead too fast may cause the faux glaze to dry before it is blended. ​​ ​ ​ STEP #3 When you approach an edge, corner or ceiling line. (That has been protected by masking tape prior to painting) ​ ​​ Spread the glaze along the edges of the masking tape using a small paint brush to ensure consistent results.​​ ​​​ Person #2 will create the look of depth and texture by dragging The Woolie through the faux glaze.​ ​ ​ IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not reapply glaze once your prior area begins to dry. This will create an undesirable effect. ​ Helpful Tips ​ ​ It very important that you apply masking tape to protect your woodwork and ceiling lines BEFORE you begin painting. ​ Refer to the Room Preparation Instructions. This can be found further down on this page. ​ Always blend edges, corners and ceiling lines at the same time you are using the roller. Do NOT wait to do this until the end to blend these areas. ​ STEP #4 After each dragging pass, The Woolie will collect glaze from the surface. ​ ​ Download excess glaze from The Woolie.​ This is done by dabbing with paper towels or lint-free rags. ​ ​ If you feel that The Woolie is getting overly-saturated too frequently, this may indicate that too much glaze has been applied to the surface prior to dragging. Person #1 should adjust the application of glaze accordingly. ​ This Next Section Provides Additional Resources and Helpful Information For This Faux Painting Technique ​ If you have never faux finished with The Woolie, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success. Type of Paint | Faux Glaze This faux painting technique requires the use of faux finish glaze. What is a faux finish glaze? ​ Glaze is simply a thin, translucent film of color that is applied over a base coat of a satin finish painted surface. Glaze creates a rich, dimension in many faux and decorative paint techniques. ​ What does faux finish glaze do? ​ Paint normally dries very quickly. Faux glaze slows down the drying time of paint which gives you more time to manipulate your color to create the look you want. It also makes paint colors translucent to enable you to create the look of depth and texture illusion. ​ What Kind of Glaze? ​ Water-based glazes and paints are the easiest to work with and to clean up. ​ You can buy glazes that are already tinted, or you can mix up your own custom glaze color. ​ ​ How do I mix my own glaze? Mix Faux Glaze (clear colorless) with your chosen paint color. ​ Combine clear (no color) faux glazing medium with your paint (either latex or acrylic). Generally the ratio is four parts glaze to one part paint, but you should follow the manufacturer's instructions. ​ Test your glaze mixture on a scrap board or poster board to make sure it's the right consistency and translucency. ​ Due to their nature, latex glazes can be customized to suit your needs. ​ The amount of glazing medium you add to the paint can affect the color of the glaze. When you're using lighter paint colors, a 4-to-1 mixture will not affect the value of the color. ​ But darker colors may be altered to a lighter color value when mixed with too much glaze. It's always best to experiment with the color on a piece of poster board. ​ The translucency of the glaze is determined by how much paint you add: more paint than glaze results in less translucency; less paint than glaze results in more translucency. ​ The more clear glaze that is added the longer that your glaze mixture will stay wet. ​ The more paint that is added the sooner that your glaze mixture will dry. ​ ​ Choose Your Colors Color Ideas and Samples ​ ​ ​ The Woolie Painting Techniques Color Combination Samples | Ideas | Examples | Inspiration | ​ ​ The fact is that it's really very difficult to visualize paint color combinations. That's exactly why we offer many color and technique inspiration ideas and samples for your paint projects. View our color samples to see what inspires you. This is a great first step! Next, play with the colors and blending to get your customized look. All of our faux finish color combination samples are provided for the general purpose of visual inspiration. It's important for you to understand that each image will appear differently on every computer screen, and so will the suggested colors provided. The only way to determine actual colors is to visit your local paint store and select your preferred color swatches. We suggest that you experiment with sample colors that they offer prior to finalizing your color selections. ​ Create Your Own MINI-Sized Color Combination Samples! Use inexpensive bottles of craft-sized paint and paint extender/glaze to create your custom color combination samples! ​ Use poster board from your local office supply store. Use The Woolie (New) MINI-sized products to create your samples on poster board from your local office supply. Your local Sherwin-Williams store will match your custom colors when you're ready to start your project. ​ Room Preparation Protect areas where you don't want paint ​ ​ Apply high quality 2” beige masking tape to protect areas such as woodwork, ceiling and any other areas that need to be protected from paint. ​ We recommend using the FrogTape Brand in 2” inch width. ​ Do not use low-adhesion or blue masking tape for this. ​ Use a putty knife to seal the tape to the surface. ​ Plastic or heavy plastic-faced drop cloths should be used to cover and protect the flooring completely. ​ ​ Apply Your Base Coat Color Surface Preparation ​ ​ Prior to faux finishing with The Woolie 2-Color Roller, make sure the area is clean of any contaminants such as grease, wax, dirt or any other material that would affect the adherence of paint to the surface. ​ If peeling paint, holes or cracks exist, they should be repaired with spackle, sanded and then touched up with primer. ​ If wall covering has been removed, make sure that any paste residue is cleaned from the surface. New drywall or plaster should be primed to seal the surface. ​ NOTE: If the paint is not adhering to the wall properly, (clumps up or cracks) it is likely because there is wallpaper paste, wallpaper removal solution or other residue on the wall. If this happens, we recommend to apply a coat of primer to the wall before painting. ​ If you have Eggshell, Satin, Semi-Gloss, Gloss or High Gloss Paint existing on walls, We recommend that you consult your local paint store professional as to the appropriate preparation necessary to paint on top of the existing surface sheen level. ​ ​ ​ FAQ | Tool Care Sheepskin Lint ​ WHY: The Woolie is made from natural sheepskin. When natural sheepskin is cut prior to the manufacturing of your tool, it WILL shed from the cutting process. ​ SOLUTION: It is necessary to remove any lint prior to use. You should remove any excess lint with the sticky side of masking tape. If you remove the lint properly before the first use, you should not have to do this ever again. ​ ​ How To Wash The Woolie Tools ​ To clean, simply rinse in lukewarm water only. Be sure to remove the paint from the sides. ​ Blot dry with a towel or paper towels, and fluff up. ​ If paint has dried on any of your paint tools, use a standard painter’s wire brush to GENTLY clean them. ​ ​ Shop Now! Individual Items Beginner Starter Kits Value & Combo Sets Tools For This Technique Filter by Collection All Split Rollers Value & Combo Sets Sort by Made In USA Quick View The Woolie (DELUXE) Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting (Beginner Starter Kit) Price $69.99 Out of Stock Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting Technique (Beginner-Starter-Kit) Price $49.99 Add to Cart Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Full-Size Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting Technique Pad (Single Item) Price $29.99 Add to Cart Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Mini-Size Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting Techniques Pad (Single-Item Price $14.99 Add to Cart Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Little-Size Natural Sheepskin Paint Pad Faux Painting (Value-Set) Price $19.99 Add to Cart

  • How To Paint Clouds in a Room | Using The Little Woolie

    Official Manufacturer Store and Learning Resource Site About The Cloud Painting Faux Paint Technique How To Faux Paint 1-2-3 Steps Our Cloud painting faux finish technique is so simple that a child can do it - Hey wait, they actually do! The key to making great looking painted clouds in a room is twofold. The secret is The Little Woolie, made by The Woolie sheepskin paint tools AND to simply have FUN!! ​ Having fun while you are faux finish painting shows in your end result! And the fun continues for years to come when you proudly show them off. 1-2-3-Faux! Instruction Steps ​ Using The Woolie Original Faux Painting Pad ​ If you have never faux finished with The Woolie Faux Painting Tools and Techniques, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success. ​ ​ STEP #1 Carefully review our Preparation Instructions before you begin. You will find them further down on this page. ​ ​ If you have never faux finished with The Woolie Faux Painting Tools and Techniques, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success.​ ​ Apply your base coat. ​ Information about this can be found in the lower portion of this page. ​ ​​ ​ STEP #2 You will be using faux finish glaze in two colors for this technique, white and gray. ​ You should begin at the utmost portion of your wall. Overlapping clouds from top to bottom. ​ ​ Apply the white faux glaze mixture using a small 1 inch paint brush. ​ This should be done by creating an upper arc/scallop. ​ STEP #3 ​ ​ ​​ ​ Apply the gray faux glaze mixture using a small 1 inch paint brush. ​ This should be done by creating a lower arc/scallop. ​ ​ STEP #4 ​ Use The Little Woolie to blend the glaze colors. ​ This is done by using a combination of tapping and jabbing motion. ​ ​ The clouds should have a more rough and jagged appearance at the top, making sure that the top should be the least blended. ​ Next, blend the white to create a transition to the gray glaze. ​ Lastly, blend the lowest gray portion to gradually fade. ​ ​ This Next Section Provides Additional Resources and Helpful Information For This Faux Painting Technique ​ If you have never faux finished with The Woolie, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success. Type of Paint | Faux Glaze This faux painting technique requires the use of faux finish glaze. What is a faux finish glaze? ​ Glaze is simply a thin, translucent film of color that is applied over a base coat of a satin finish painted surface. Glaze creates a rich, dimension in many faux and decorative paint techniques. ​ What does faux finish glaze do? ​ Paint normally dries very quickly. Faux glaze slows down the drying time of paint which gives you more time to manipulate your color to create the look you want. It also makes paint colors translucent to enable you to create the look of depth and texture illusion. ​ What Kind of Glaze? ​ Water-based glazes and paints are the easiest to work with and to clean up. ​ You can buy glazes that are already tinted, or you can mix up your own custom glaze color. ​ ​ How do I mix my own glaze? Mix Faux Glaze (clear colorless) with your chosen paint color. ​ Combine clear (no color) faux glazing medium with your paint (either latex or acrylic). Generally the ratio is four parts glaze to one part paint, but you should follow the manufacturer's instructions. ​ Test your glaze mixture on a scrap board or poster board to make sure it's the right consistency and translucency. ​ Due to their nature, latex glazes can be customized to suit your needs. ​ The amount of glazing medium you add to the paint can affect the color of the glaze. When you're using lighter paint colors, a 4-to-1 mixture will not affect the value of the color. ​ But darker colors may be altered to a lighter color value when mixed with too much glaze. It's always best to experiment with the color on a piece of poster board. ​ The translucency of the glaze is determined by how much paint you add: more paint than glaze results in less translucency; less paint than glaze results in more translucency. ​ The more clear glaze that is added the longer that your glaze mixture will stay wet. ​ The more paint that is added the sooner that your glaze mixture will dry. ​ ​ Choose Your Colors ​ When creating the painted look of Clouds, You will need to apply a base coat in blue. There are many variations of the color blue, so choose your favorite variation. ​ It is important that the final base coat color is dark enough in shade to offset the pure white that you will use. (If the color is not deep enough, you will not be able to enable the white portion of the clouds to be visible.) ​ Your faux glaze colors will be pure white, and a charcoal grey. ​ ​ These recommendations are general guidelines and should be used as such. You can become more creative with experimentation and sampling of colors. ​ Color Ideas and Samples ​ ​ ​ The Woolie Painting Techniques Color Combination Samples | Ideas | Examples | Inspiration | ​ ​ The fact is that it's really very difficult to visualize paint color combinations. That's exactly why we offer many color and technique inspiration ideas and samples for your paint projects. View our color samples to see what inspires you. This is a great first step! Next, play with the colors and blending to get your customized look. All of our faux finish color combination samples are provided for the general purpose of visual inspiration. It's important for you to understand that each image will appear differently on every computer screen, and so will the suggested colors provided. The only way to determine actual colors is to visit your local paint store and select your preferred color swatches. We suggest that you experiment with sample colors that they offer prior to finalizing your color selections. ​ Create Your Own MINI-Sized Color Combination Samples! Use inexpensive bottles of craft-sized paint and paint extender/glaze to create your custom color combination samples! ​ Use poster board from your local office supply store. Use The Woolie (New) MINI-sized products to create your samples on poster board from your local office supply. Your local Sherwin-Williams store will match your custom colors when you're ready to start your project. ​ Room Preparation Protect areas where you don't want paint ​ ​ Apply high quality 2” beige masking tape to protect areas such as woodwork, ceiling and any other areas that need to be protected from paint. ​ We recommend using the FrogTape Brand in 2” inch width. ​ Do not use low-adhesion or blue masking tape for this. ​ Use a putty knife to seal the tape to the surface. ​ Plastic or heavy plastic-faced drop cloths should be used to cover and protect the flooring completely. ​ ​ Apply Your Base Coat Color Surface Preparation ​ ​ Prior to painting your base coat, make sure the area is clean of any contaminants such as grease, wax, dirt or any other material that would affect the adherence of paint to the surface. ​ If peeling paint, holes or cracks exist, they should be repaired with spackle, sanded and then touched up with primer. ​ If wall covering has been removed, make sure that any paste residue is cleaned from the surface. New drywall or plaster should be primed to seal the surface. ​ NOTE: If the paint is not adhering to the wall properly, (clumps up or cracks) it is likely because there is wallpaper paste, wallpaper removal solution or other residue on the wall. If this happens, we recommend to apply a coat of primer to the wall before painting. ​ If you have Eggshell, Satin, Semi-Gloss, Gloss or High Gloss Paint existing on walls, We recommend that you consult your local paint store professional as to the appropriate preparation necessary to paint on top of the existing surface sheen level. ​ ​ ​ Shop Now! Individual Items Beginner Starter Kits Value & Combo Sets Tools For This Technique No product Made In USA The Woolie Little-Size Natural Sheepskin Paint Pad Faux Painting (Value-Set) $19.99 Price Add To Cart No product No product No product

  • How To | Faux Marble Paint Technique For Walls | Fast & Easy

    About The 2-6 Color Marbleizing Paint Technique Official Manufacturer Store and Learning Resource Site PERFECT for Any size project - large or small. ​ Use on smooth or textured surfaces ​ ​ No new base coat is needed BEFORE you paint! You can work directly on builder's flat paint, or even a primer coat. ​ You apply between 2 to 6 colors in ONE coat, not in layers. ​ Because you're using The Woolie tool for this technique, you'll be able to use it to get professional-looking edges, corners and ceiling lines. ​ No faux glazes are needed for this faux finish, so you don't need to worry about keeping a "wet edge" while you paint a wall. ​ How To Faux Paint 1-2-3 Steps ​ The Woolie has been deemed the best-selling and most popular decorative faux finish painting tool for creating many faux finish painting techniques. Use The Woolie for: Color-Meshing, Marbling, Color Wash, Glazing, Dragging, Strié, Linen, Denim, Antiqued Leather, Stippling, Diamonds, Stripes, and MORE!" What is special about The Woolie Pad is that it's designed to fit into all of your edges and corners, giving you consistent and professional-looking results! Use on anything that can be painted! The Woolie faux finish paint tool is fast and easy for beginners to professionals. We now offer a MINI version of this tool for smaller projects. Use The Little Woolie to blend your edges and corners to get professional-looking results. ​ Designed for all types of painting projects. Great for smooth or textured walls. Plus, you do not need to worry about keeping a "wet edge" when faux finishing - you can start and stop in the middle of the wall if you need to. This makes this technique PERFECT for large or vaulted walls, floors or ceilings. ​ We pride ourselves also upon providing you with with the best instruction steps, instruction videos, color ideas and inspiration for your paint decorating. Since 1997, The Woolie has been the most popular Faux Finishing paint tool brand on the market. Humbly, we're world-famous for our great tools. ​ 1-2-3-Faux! Instruction Steps ​ If you have never faux finished with The Woolie Faux Painting Tools and Techniques, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success. ​ ​ STEP #1 Carefully review our Preparation Instructions before you begin.. ​ If you have never faux finished with The Woolie Faux Painting Tools and Techniques, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success.​ ​ Within an approximate 4’ x 4’ area, apply the first paint color directly to the surface using our 5 inch Applicator paint brush. ​ Apply in heavy diagonal splotches so that the paint drips/runs. ​ Leave space in between splotches for additional colors. ​ Using the same brush, apply the additional color(s) in heavy splotches spaced between the first color splotches. ​ ​ Helpful Tips ​ Dripping is good! That’s how the paint stays wet, giving you ample time to blend the colors. NOTE: The most common mistake is not getting enough paint on the surface, causing an uneven texture illusion or streaking of colors. ​ STEP #2 After all of the colors have been applied, use the applicator brush to lightly spread the paint together across the surface. ​ Don’t over-blend using the brush because this may cause colors to appear “muddy”. Helpful Tip ​ ​ The paint should flow easily. If spreading the splotches of color is difficult, the paint has not been applied heavily enough. Heavily applying the paint as instructed extends the drying time, which makes this process so unique and easy to do. ​ STEP #3 ​ Using a LIGHT patting/tapping motion using The Woolie to blend the paints to your desired look. ​​ When you reach a corner, edge or ceiling line, just brush the paint colors evenly along these areas with the brush, followed by patting/tapping with The Woolie. ​ A small amount of patting/tapping will give the raw look of marble. More blending will create a more subtle and muted appearance. ​ Make sure to blend the colors enough to avoid paint drips or any undesired texture on your walls. ​ ​ Helpful Tips ​ ​ After blending the colors using The Woolie, review the result. (While the paint is still wet) ​ At that time, if you desire the overall end result to appear lighter, apply more of the lighter color when applying the paints to the surface. ​ If you desire the overall color to be darker, apply more of the darker color(s) when applying paints to the surface. ​ You do NOT need to tap too aggressively or with excessive force because the amount of force used has no affect on the resulting appearance . Using too much force may void The Woolie Pad warranty. ​ STEP #4 If you have an area that is very small or too difficult to reach, use The Little Woolie to blend these areas. ​ Proceed by patting/tapping with The Little Woolie to create a subtle transition to the adjacent area painted with the Full-Sized Woolie. ​ ​​ Helpful Tips ​ ​ It very important that you apply masking tape to protect your woodwork and ceiling lines BEFORE you begin painting. ​ Always blend edges, corners and ceiling lines at the same time you are blending the main sections. Do NOT wait to do this until the end to blend these areas. ​ This Section Provides Additional Resources and Helpful Information For The Color-Meshing Faux Painting Technique ​ Type of Paint | Faux Glaze If you have never faux finished with The Woolie, view our detailed step-by-step instruction videos to ensure your delight and success. You should NOT use Faux Finish Glaze for this faux painting technique. Type of Paint: ​ Use latex satin finish paint colors. ​ This will allow your surface to be scrubbed and is extremely durable. ​ The luster of the latex satin will enhance the final look as well. ​ Latex satin will also allow you the flexibility of adding additional optional layers using The Woolie. ​ ​ One option is adding a second layer using the Color Wash Technique. ​ Choose Your Colors ​ When using the Marbleizing Painting Technique, use at least 1 light color and 1 dark color. ​ ​ These colors should be approximately 3 to 4 shades apart on a paint fan deck. ​ Additional colors may be included. The additional colors should be dark as well. ​ If you wish to increase the illusion of texture, choose your colors 4 to 6 shades apart instead of the standard 3 to 4 shades. ​ You can also decrease the illusion of texture by choosing colors 2 to 3 shades apart. ​ These recommendations are general guidelines and should be used as such. You can become more creative with experimentation and sampling of colors. ​ Color Ideas and Samples ​ ​ ​ The Woolie Painting Techniques Color Combination Samples | Ideas | Examples | Inspiration | ​ ​ The fact is that it's really very difficult to visualize paint color combinations. That's exactly why we offer many color and technique inspiration ideas and samples for your paint projects. View our color samples to see what inspires you. This is a great first step! Next, play with the colors and blending to get your customized look. All of our faux finish color combination samples are provided for the general purpose of visual inspiration. It's important for you to understand that each image will appear differently on every computer screen, and so will the suggested colors provided. The only way to determine actual colors is to visit your local paint store and select your preferred color swatches. We suggest that you experiment with sample colors that they offer prior to finalizing your color selections. ​ Create Your Own MINI-Sized Color Combination Samples! Use inexpensive bottles of craft-sized paint and paint extender/glaze to create your custom color combination samples! ​ Use poster board from your local office supply store. Use The Woolie (New) MINI-sized products to create your samples on poster board from your local office supply. Your local Sherwin-Williams store will match your custom colors when you're ready to start your project. ​ Room Preparation Protect areas where you don't want paint ​ ​ Apply high quality 2” beige masking tape to protect areas such as woodwork, ceiling and any other areas that need to be protected from paint. ​ We recommend using the FrogTape Brand in 2” inch width. ​ Do not use low-adhesion or blue masking tape for this. ​ Use a putty knife to seal the tape to the surface. ​ Plastic or heavy plastic-faced drop cloths should be used to cover and protect the flooring completely. ​ ​ Surface Preparation ​ ​ Prior to faux finishing with The Woolie 2-Color Roller, make sure the area is clean of any contaminants such as grease, wax, dirt or any other material that would affect the adherence of paint to the surface. ​ If peeling paint, holes or cracks exist, they should be repaired with spackle, sanded and then touched up with primer. ​ If wall covering has been removed, make sure that any paste residue is cleaned from the surface. New drywall or plaster should be primed to seal the surface. ​ NOTE: If the paint is not adhering to the wall properly, (clumps up or cracks) it is likely because there is wallpaper paste, wallpaper removal solution or other residue on the wall. If this happens, we recommend to apply a coat of primer to the wall before painting. ​ If you have Eggshell, Satin, Semi-Gloss, Gloss or High Gloss Paint existing on walls, We recommend that you consult your local paint store professional as to the appropriate preparation necessary to paint on top of the existing surface sheen level. ​ ​ ​ FAQ | Tool Care Sheepskin Lint ​ WHY: The Woolie is made from natural sheepskin. When natural sheepskin is cut prior to the manufacturing of your tool, it WILL shed from the cutting process. ​ SOLUTION: It is necessary to remove any lint prior to use. You should remove any excess lint with the sticky side of masking tape. If you remove the lint properly before the first use, you should not have to do this ever again. ​ ​ How To Wash The Woolie Tools ​ To clean, simply rinse in lukewarm water only. ​ Be sure to remove the paint from the sides. ​ Blot dry with a towel or paper towels, and fluff up. ​ If paint has dried on any of your paint tools, use a standard painter’s wire brush to GENTLY clean them. ​ ​ Shop Now! Individual Items Beginner Starter Kits Value & Combo Sets Tools For This Technique Filter by Collection All Split Rollers Value & Combo Sets Sort by Made In USA Quick View The Woolie (DELUXE) Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting (Beginner Starter Kit) Price $69.99 Out of Stock Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting Technique (Beginner-Starter-Kit) Price $49.99 Add to Cart Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Full-Size Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting Technique Pad (Single Item) Price $29.99 Add to Cart Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Mini-Size Natural Sheepskin Faux Painting Techniques Pad (Single-Item Price $14.99 Add to Cart Made In USA Quick View The Woolie Little-Size Natural Sheepskin Paint Pad Faux Painting (Value-Set) Price $19.99 Add to Cart

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