Infamy Art and F Series partnered up to bring some color to your arsenal. Now your favorite marker comes perfectly pre-split with multiple glorious color combinations! The famous Sakura Solid Paint Markers (aka streaks or streakers) are one of our most popular markers. It marks through oil, grease, rust, mud, snow - inside or outside. It is absolutely permanent. They are fast drying and waterproof. You can use them on any surface rough or smooth, wet or dry. They don't get stringy or caked when wet.
These markers are soft and write similar to a crayon, we recommend "twisting" lightly as you write for maximum color effect!
Introducing the incredible new spray paint line from Mexico City - 360 Spray Paint features a soft pressure and matte finish - similar to the mtn94 line. 360 paint also has incredible coverage, exceptional control for easy and predictable lines - No unwanted drips. Fast drying and UV resistant, this paint is perfect for all outdoor projects.
This paint is Guaranteed CFC and LEAD FREE - however this is STRONG STUFF - ALWAYS WEAR A MASK when using any paint, but we especially recommend using a mask with the 360 matte paint. Extremely high pigments means exceptional coverage, but it also means you have to shake the can vigorously before use, or you risk clogging the can. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CLOGGED CANS - Shake it like a Polaroid picture!!!!
*THESE CANS DO NOT COME WITH SPRAY NOZZLES
Prior to use all spray paint must be shaken to assure the pigments and other ingredients are sufficiently blended. To accomplish this, hold the can upside-down in one hand, and strike the bottom of the can against the palm of your other hand. Repeat the process several times until you hear the ball bearings (which may have settled with the pigments in the bottom of the can) moving freely inside the can. Another alternative is to take two cans of spray paint, one in each hand, hold them upside-down and then hit the bottoms of the cans together several times. After you hear the ball bearings moving freely, vigorously shake the can back and forth in a lengthwise direction a few times to further blend the paint. Whichever technique is used, use care to avoid damage to the can or injury to your hands.View full product details