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Rich Art Window Paint is water resistant, yet it can easily be removed from windows with warm soapy water and ammonia. This specially formulated paint adheres to almost any glass surface, including most tinted and coated windows.
Rich Art Window Paint is available in one pint (473 ml) plastic jars.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
® Rich Art is a registered trademark.
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Window paint was easy to use and loved it!
from Afton Oklahoma
Comments about Rich Art Window Paint:
Liked the size can and consistency
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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please continue making this product
By charlies window art
from Medford, Oregon
I love the florescent colors and use this product for all my window signage and tytvek banners. It comes off easy with windex/ammonia base and PATIENCE!
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Rich Art Window Paint
By Window Advertising
I own my own business advertising on storefronts and cardealerships. I use nothing but the Rich Art Windiw Paint. It goes on creamy smooth, holds its true color, very opaque, thins nicely, and is the only water-base exterior paint that has any durability in the rain and sun. Unfortunately they are discontinuing this whole line of paint. So please contact Rich Art and tell them that you want this great product, and ask them to continue making it. They have to hear from us if we want the quality products to stay.
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Best sign paint ever!
By Pat's Posters
from Springville, Utah
I love this paint for all the sing painting I do. It is opaque and goes on easily. I only wish it came in more colors!
Definitely the one and only
By Lauren O
from New York, New York
Blick is the one place that I can find this Rich Art Window Paint. I haven't used this product in years, but it was exactly as how I remembered it. The white is thick and very opaque, so you can definitely only use one coat. But if you are looking for something thinner you can always easily add some water to it so it's more fluid.
Rich Art is the Best!
By Rich Signs
from Rohnert Park, CA
As a Sign Painter the Window Paint can't be beat. I primarily use it for outlining larger blocks of color. Being a "brushman" it thins well and the coverage is solid. It truly is waterproof and cleans up well. Removal is easy if you follow directions. You need to keep it fluid if stored for awhile or it will solidify in jar. It is thick, so it goes much further than one would think. Having said that I still wish it had a lower price point. If so I would roll on as well. I love it!
OK, One Of The Jars Were Slightly Opened
from New Jersey
Where the Jars are packaged, please be more careful in handling shipments.
DOES NOT COME OFF
from coeur d alene
i used this on clients windows that i have done for years and it DOES NOT COME OFF EASILY!!! i have lost business over this and am SUPER DISAPPOINTED that BLICK who i buy all art materials from would carry this product without a warning!!!!!!!!!!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I bought this paint after trying other paints for windshield painting. Just laast week I painted the windshields and paint is already cracking and coming off. Not pleased at all and will not purchase again.
Merchant response: We are sorry to hear you did not have a satisfying experience with this product. Please know that if you are not completely satisfied with the quality of the merchandise you receive, you are entitled to a full replacement or refund. We ask that you contact our Customer Service Department at 800-723-2787 within 30 days so that the exchange, refund, or credit transaction can be arranged to your satisfaction.
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
I use it a lot
Previous review is all true. Getting it back off it the toughest part. You have to use razor blades and switch them out often because they don't work as well when they're dull. The water/ammonia sticks the shavings together so they don't blow all over. You have to clean them up well because they grind into the window sill/ pavement and looks ugly. I use an undercoat of interior latex to help pop the colors and it makes the scraping off easier.
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