Unicorn SPiT can be diluted by up to 70% with water to customise your stain. Simply add 10 parts Unicorn SPiT with up to 7 parts water in a resealable container. Perform a test on a spot-test as you add water to ensure the desired result is achieved. Mixing water with Unicorn SPiT helps the product to absorb into porous surfaces.
Ensure your surface is clean and free of any dust, dirt, grime, oil, sealer, stain, paint, or anything else that may prevent clean application on the surface. Apply your mixture directly to the surface.
Unicorn SPiT dries quite quickly once applied. Use a spray bottle of water to keep it from drying out and allow it to be manipulated directly on the surface.
Complete your design in one colour or add multiple colours to achieve your desired look.
Allow your work to dry completely.
Use a scourer pad or sponge following the grain to lightly buff the surface and remove any excess product or clumps that may have formed. Then dust off thoroughly.
Seal with Glaze Coat by Famowood or a similar oil based sealer. The more coats of sealer you use, the better it will look. High Gloss Sealers will help you achieve a THREE DIMENSIONAL look.
Use on Glass, Metal & Laminate
Unicorn SPiT can be diluted by up to 10% with water to customise your paint. Simply add 10 parts Unicorn SPiT with up to 1 part water in a resealable container. Test your paint on a small piece of dry, clean and bare sample article while adding the water to you get your preferred effect.
Clean your surface and ensure it's completely void of any sticky residue, oil, dirt or grime.
Laminate - sand your surface with 220 grit sand paper, then dust well before applying paint.
Glass - for items which will be handled often, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge Dishwasher Safe on the surface, allow it to dry completely before appying Unicorn SPiT. This makes it more durable. Mod Podge is not necessary for use on the inside of glass.
Allow your work to dry.
You may choose to use a scourer pad following your pattern to lightly buff the surface and remove any excess paint or clumps that may have formed.
Dust off thoroughly.
Seal your work with any Glaze Coat by Famowood or similar oil based sealer. The more coats of sealer you use, the better it will look.