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Re: Rectangle Paint Containers

Post by LillyW on Wed May 04, 2011 4:56 pm

Ashley Pickin wrote:
LillyW wrote:Dumb question, but why do so many painters want the black sponge thing to hold the paints in place? The vast majority of you do, so I am missing something important here.

I velrox mine in because I can get so much more into the pallette. But, I am in a vast minority. So, why do you guys like to use them?




Lily, what are the circular trays toward the back of your setup that have small amount of something in them? I've never seen though before.

They were some pretty metallic-y eye shadows I got at the 99 cent store Smile)

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Re: Rectangle Paint Containers

Post by Mandi from Tazzie on Wed May 04, 2011 7:51 pm

Lilly I velcro too & love it. I can have my kit so neat & orderly. Take colours out easily if I need to & chang things around when I buy more paints. Very Happy
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Re: Rectangle Paint Containers

Post by eva on Wed May 04, 2011 9:41 pm

I bought the snaz case from sillyfarm a while back, I hated the black insert, I could never get it clean, I even tried to take it out n wash it. Then I tried to iron in down so the holes would close up. Nothing worked. I took that out and used magnets on the clear plastic base. The magnets hold them pretty tight, but I can pick them up if I want...mostly black and white.
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Re: Rectangle Paint Containers

Post by Daizy on Wed May 04, 2011 9:57 pm

Noella wrote:
ponygirl wrote:My watercolor kits from Party City, de-hanger-thinged in foam I laboriously cut for hours (or so it seemed)
These are not all my paints - just the DFX/Tag/Snaz.

Question for you? Snaz? In the clear plastic boxes - not having any plastic dissolving issues?

What's the issue with Snaz dissolving the plastic?
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Re: Rectangle Paint Containers

Post by ChangingFaceDesigns on Wed May 04, 2011 10:06 pm

There is an ingredient in the Snaz paint that over time will eat through the plastic, which is why they are manufactured with a liner in the pot
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