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Sparkling, glowing, shiny - Jacquard Lumiere fabric & leather paints
Jacquard Lumiere are breathtaking metallic or pearlescent paints for almost all surfaces - for flexible surfaces as well, such as fabric, leather, vinyl or rubber.
These highly pigmented paints are easy to apply and long-lasting.
What is special about Lumiere is its durability and adhesion. Not only on fabrics - it does not tear, peel or crack - even with continuous wear.
Lumiere paints are soft to the touch and washfast on fabrics.
Lumiere paints are also lightfast and weather resistant and their high pigmentation provides excellent coverage, even on dark surfaces.
What is the difference between Halo, Metallic and Pearlescent?
Jacquard Lumiere paints are divided into three groups:
Metallic, Halo and Pearlescent paints.
The halo effect is a beautiful, atmospheric gloss effect that is created by light refraction (like a halo).
• 555 Halo Pink Gold / • 556 Halo Blue Gold / • 557 Halo Violet Gold
Shiny silver pigments have been added to the paint, giving it an intense metallic sheen.
• 561 Metallic Gold / • 562 Metallic Olive / • 563 Metallic Silver / • 564 Metallic Copper / • 565 Metallic Bronze / Metallic Russet / • 567 Super Sparkle
The iridiscent mother-of-pearl effect is named after the inner, pearl-like layer of a shell.
When the mother-of-pearl surface is moved in the light, it seems to shimmer colourfully.
• 568 Pearlescent White / • 569 Pearlescent Violet / • Pearlescent Blue / • 571 Pearlescent Turquoise / 572 Pearlescent Emerald / • 573 Pearlescent Magenta
How do I use Lumiere paints?
Jacquard Lumiere can be applied with brushes, stamps, pads, squeeze bottles and the airbrush.
You should clean brushes and all other painting utensils with warm water immediately after use.
Lumiere paints belong to the Neopaque range of paints. Therefore, the optimal thinner for Lumiere paints is Neopaque Extender. The more you add, the more transparent the colour becomes. The advantage of Extender compared to water is that the structure and adhesion of the paint is not reduced.
For use with the airbrush, the paints have to be thinned with up to 25% water. We also offer perfectly mixed Jacquard Airbrush paints, in many different colours, pigmentations and brightnesses.
How do I fix Lumiere paints?
Only your work on clothing that will be washed later (e.g. on T-shirts, jackets and sneakers) needs to be fixed.
There are two ways to do this:
This is the best method. Use a dry iron and iron on the reverse side with the appropriate setting for the fabric (cover the motive with a cloth or baking paper).
Some materials do not tolerate heat but still have to be washed or do not get a protective clear coat (e.g. suede shoes).
This is where a fantastic product by Jacquard comes into play: Airfix - the permanent air fixing.
• Add 5ml Jacquard Airfix per 95ml fabric paint (resp. 3% Airfix for 97% paint).
You only need very little additive to make your paints air fixable, but you should use up the mixture within 6 hours.
What materials can be painted with Jacquard's Lumiere?
Natural and synthetic fabrics, leather, vinyl, canvas, wood, paper, rubber, plastic, clay, metal, Worbla, foam material and more.
Selling unit: 1 piece (67ml)
Fixing of fabric paints
Hint: When using these instructions, please note that these are general guidelines only.
You can use them in conjunction with the individual manufacturer's instructions included with the various fabric paints.
Drying time before fixing:
To achieve best results, leave the painted or stamped fabric to dry for at least 30 minutes. We have found that air curing for as long as possible (up to 2 weeks!) before heat curing in a warm, dry environment gives the best results. For a faster drying, the fabric is placed under a lamp and then heat set. Heat setting holds the colour in the fibres and allows normal washing.
We generally do not recommend home tumble dryers as most of them do not get hot enough. Commercial dryers set on a minimum temperature of 250° C for 45 minutes should suffice. Make sure to preheat the dryer.
Fixing with the iron:
For warming with an iron please keep in mind that temperatures may vary from iron to iron. When using an iron, preheat it to the maximum temperature that is safe for the fabric. Place an aluminium foil on the ironing board with the painted side of the fabric facing down. Press the iron for at least 15 to 25 seconds on the backside of the fabric before beginning to iron.
Alternatively you can use an ironing cloth if you feel the need to iron directly on the painted side. Repeat the process without the ironing cloth on the unpainted side at the highest temperature suitable for your fabric (Note: a longer air cure time, 5 to 7 days, is recommended with this method).
Only for professionals:
Use of a commercial conveyor belt oven: 350° C for 3 minutes, two passes if necessary. The fabric should be hot to the touch to set the colours.
NOTE: The optimum time and temperature needed for proper curing depends on the fabric, the cover, the finish and in particular the instructions of the various paint manufacturers.
Please do not try this in your home oven!
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