Spinner Blades and Spoons
Applying our specially formulated powder paints to your spoons and spinner blades is quick and easy for both low and medium
sized production runs. With 45 powder paint colours and finishes to choose from
your possibilities will be endless.
- Heat the blade by holding it 1
inch above a non-smoking candle flame (must be non-smoking keep the the
wick trimmed to about one quarter inch in length) roughly 5-10 seconds
depending on blade size.
- Once hot, quickly swish blade
through light powder paint with side to side motion to cover the entire
surface. Do not dip or push blade into powder paint.
- Remove blade immediately and tap
off any excess powder. The blade should appear powdery and dry. If you
see the paint melt or smokes, after
the excess has been tapped off, reduce the preheat time.
- Now, reheat the blade by holding
it 1 inch above a non-smoking candle flame until the paint begins to melt
and gloss over.
Always try to work on the cool side, as it is easy to add a little more
heat to melt the paint, rather than having too much paint on the jig to
start with. Wait a few seconds for the jig to cool before allowing it to
touch anything, the paint hardens quickly. Always keep the powder paint
loose and fluffy between jigs.
If the powder paint has not
completely melted, after removing the jig from the powder paint, again hold the
lure 1 inch above the flame and allow the powder paint to melt completely.
CAUTION: NEVER PLACE THE
SPOON OR BLADE DIRECTLY IN THE CANDLE FLAME OR THE IT WILL TURN BLACK.
Applying Airbrush Style Textured
of Powder Painting
- Required Tools
Painting Spoons & Spinner
- Applying Airbrush Style Textured
- Applying Two Tones
- Applying Eyes
- Oven Curing