Whether your an experienced DIY-ist or new to arts and crafts, Montana Vintage Spray Filter is the tool for your retro project. Vintage Spray is a solvent-based, high quality acrylic, low pressure effect spray.
DIY PROJECT WITH NEW MONTANA VINTAGE SPRAY FILTER
Within moments, a new lifeless piece of ply wood was turned into an inspiring, retro-esque shop sign. “Delicious cold brewed COFFEE served here”. Now all you need to do is top-up your coffee cup.
Ideal for use on surfaces that are painted or printed, on furniture, photos and many other substrates. Multiple layers of the Vintage Spray Filter, irregular coating and smooth sanding (when fully cured) will intensify the used look effect.
NICESTTHINGS – making the coffee taste delicious with
NEW MONTANA VINTAGE SPRAY FILTER
Step 1. Priming the wood with Montana GOLD (Shock White). This coated the surface making it no longer porous, sealed it as well as giving it a white surface for the best coverage and color resonance.
Step 2. Embossing the design onto the wood by drawing over a pre-made paper drawing that was attached with tape over the wood. Pressing hard meant the design could be seen on the wood without marking it with color.
Step 3. Using the Montana ACRYLIC markers in Fine and Extra Fine, Vera drew over the embossed design and added color where she wanted it.
Step 4. The final step after everything had completely dried was applying the Montana VINTAGE SPRAY FILTER in thin multiple coats.
Montana VINTAGE Spray Filter can be combined with Montana VARNISH for additional protection once completely cured. DIY PROJECT NEW MONTANA VINTAGE SPRAY FILTER
Left: Wooden Sign without VINTAGE Filter | right: after VINTAGE Filter Spray was applied
DIY PROJECT NEW MONTANA VINTAGE SPRAY FILTER