So, on a scale of one to ten, with one being worst and ten being best, when the FolkArt Outdoor Acrylic Paint is brand new, I give it a ten. When the same bottle of paint is a year old, I'd say you are really pushing your luck using it, the results might not be as good as when the paint was new. So, as the paint in the same bottle gets older, I'd give it a five. Try to use the paint up before it gets to be six months old, after that the quality starts to go downhill.
So, there you go! I hope my product review is helpful to you! The FolkArt Outdoor Acrylic Paint is very easy to use and has low odor and it washes off your paint brushes and your hands with soap and water. If it splatters on to things you don't want it on, wipe it off with a damp paper towel while the splatters are still wet, if the paint dries you'll have to scrap it off. And once it dries on your clothing, it won't come off, so wear old clothes when working with the paint.
So, I hope you all have a GREAT rest of this weekend! Now that I've finally finished with the trials and tribulations of painting the attic door, I'll do posts on here more often. While I was in the thick of it, it was seriously pissing me off and I was determined to make the door turn out at least not bad looking. I wanted to finish it up so I could give an honest review of using the paint.
So, have a GREAT EVENING! HAPPY CRAFTING!!!!!