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Design Master Spray Paints

All About Design Master Sprays

Design Master has been the preferred choice for creative professionals over the last 45 years.

Florists, decorators and artists turn to this US made paint above any other. It dries quickly, offers unlimited colour combinations and superior coverage without applying a thick coat of paint.

Features

Design Master Sprays (DMS) are more durable than similar paints, as they are a modified lacquer based product. This means that when you apply two or more coats, the layers bond together instead of sitting on top of one another. This allows you to have complete control. The brand is environment conscious, and you can access a safety data sheet by clicking on each individual product.

Why?

You are able to blend, tint, tone and shade colours!

One layer provides a translucent coverage, while 2-3 coats provides a solid colour. You can also create new colours by layering one on top of the other.

With 50 colours to choose from, DMS creates an opportunity for unlimited combinations.

View the Design Master website for a guide to single & multiple coats.

Basic Techniques

Standard – spraying item at advised distances (on every can).
Mist – lightly dust the surface with colour holding the spray further away than normal.
Highlight – spray the edges of an item to add definition.
Blend – creating interesting combinations by layering 2 or more colours.

What surfaces can I use Design Master Sprays on?

  • concrete
  • craft foam
  • dried flowers
  • fabrics
  • foam
  • board
  • foliage & plants
  • fresh flowers
  • gift wrap
  • glass
  • metals
  • paper crafts
  • papier mache
  • plaster
  • plastic
  • pottery
  • ribbon
  • silk flowers
  • stone
  • terra cotta
  • wicker

Colour Chart

Available in a large variety of colours and finishes, Master Spray Paints are an incredibly practical tool to help bring your vision to life. With solid colours, stainsmetallic, glossy and glitter spray paints, there are plenty of paints to choose from. For ideas and simple instructions for using DMS, click here.

 

Just a sample of the vast range of Design Master Sprays

Just a sample of the large variety of colours and finishes available. View the complete range here and at Design Master.

What does Design Master Spray contain?

All Design Master Sprays contain acetone, isopropyl alcohol, isobutyl acetate and glycol ether which are non-toxic when dry (however it is recommended to use a well ventilated area). There are no CFC (Chlorofluorocarbon) propellants contained within the can which is good news for the ozone layer – it won’t harm it! The cans themselves are made from 25% recyclable materials. So whether you are a creative professional or a hobbyist, Design Master Sprays are for you. And if you’re still unclear about anything with DMS products, click the simple FAQ sheet here.

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2 Responses

    1. Koch

      So do we! There were so many things we wanted to say that we had to split it up into a few sections, we’ll be posting them soon.

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