Round lipped split cup with a handle. The round lip of this design eliminates drips down the front of cup. The handle allows for ease of use.
Pour different colored paints into each slot and pour out onto a canvas using a range of different techniques.
Cleaning Instructions for our 3D Printed Paint Tools
Act Promptly: It is best to clean the 3D printed paint tool as soon as possible after using acrylic paint. Fresh paint is easier to remove than dried or cured paint.
Submerge in cold water immediately after using the 3D printed paint pouringtool, it is crucial to prevent the paint from drying on the surface. Submerge thetool in water as soon as possible after use. This step will stop the paint drying and make it easier to clean.
Rinse the toolunder a stream of high-pressure cold water. The high pressure will help remove paint from thetool. Ensure that all the paint residue is washed away.
Air Dry: Once the toolis free of acrylic paint, pat it dry with a clean towel or leave it to air dry in a well-ventilated area. Avoid using heat or hot air to speed up the drying process, as it may damage the 3D printedtool.
Avoid using hot water for cleaning the 3D printed paint pouringtool, as it may cause thetool to deform or warp.
If the paint pouringtool has complex or hard-to-reach areas, you can use a toothbrush or cotton swabs to ensure thorough cleaning. However, high pressure water from a faucet sprayer should be adequate to remove all paint.
Regularly clean the paint pouringtool after each use to prevent paint build-up and maintain its performance.
As our paint tools are white, they are likely to become slightly stained over time. This is due to the pigments in the paint staining the plastic. It is perfectly normal and will not affect any future use.
By following these instructions, you should be able to effectively remove acrylic paint from your 3D printed pouringtool and keep it in good condition for future use.