How to make the most of a polyester polyester shirt with Polyester Paint
The first time I saw a polyesters polyester coat I was a little skeptical, but then I saw the photo on Pinterest and thought, “I can do that!”
When I saw that it was available in multiple colors, I was like, “Wow!
I love the vibrant, light-up look.
I also love how they’re super soft and comfortable.
I don’t know if this will be my favorite fabric for the job, but it’s perfect for the chilly winter months.
(I do not own any polyester fabric.
I bought it because I wanted to try it out and I love it, but I’m still working on it.)
You can make this shirt in a few different ways.
First, I like to start by getting a couple of coats of paint.
You can either use a spray bottle or a sponge.
If you’re using a spray, you can also coat your fabric in the paint.
I love a paint-on coat because it makes it really easy to mix and match colors.
(My favorite spray-on paint, the new Baked in America Paint-on, is $9.99 at Amazon.com.
And yes, I know the name.
I’m a fan of the brand.)
I can also use a paint brush or a scraper.
If you’re doing this as a layering project, you’ll need to coat the fabric with the paint first, then apply the polyester finish to the other side.
When you’re done, just wash it and lay it flat.
(You can buy the paint-in-a-pan spray paint at Target for $4.99 or Amazon for $9, but Amazon is more expensive.)
If your project is more traditional, you could paint the back of the shirt with the polyesters finish.
(You could also just use regular spray paint, which is cheaper.)
To finish it off, you need a fabric fabricator or a spray fabricator.
I like the spray fabricators, which are about $30 for a couple, and they’re great for working with the fabrics you already have.
You could even buy a fabric paint kit, which you can buy at Target or Amazon.
You can also buy fabric spray paint kits for $1.95, which will make a whole bunch of paint for the shirt you’re painting.
So, if you’re not interested in using paint or fabric fabricators on your project, this might be the time to give it a try.
How to make a Polyester Polyester Coat article If you are, I want to say a big thanks to you for your support of Polyester.
I also want to thank all of the polymers in the industry that support Polyester and have made it such a popular fabric for clothing.
Since I started Polyester in 2013, I’ve had over 2,000 orders and over $5,000 in sales!
The Polyester label was one of the first products I started selling, and it has been one of my favorite brands ever since.
Thank you, Polyester!