It takes 2 hours to dry and let it air dry
It has been two weeks since our children applied the paints to their bible school crafts, which where flowerpots. No fading to date.
I bought the Castle Art supplies fabric paints to decorate baby onesies for my sister's bridal shower. The product arrived quickly and had an artist's selection of colors, not your typical kiddie range of florescent puff paints or primary colors. In fact, the youngsters at the party asked if they could help decorate the onesies and the adults shooed them away because we were having so much fun making our creations!
My older girls love doing puffy paints. I save daddy's old Tees and they go to town creating their masterpieces! Always a hit, with the girls and their friends. Also a great slumber party activity. Did not give full 5 stars due to cost - a little high.
It works far better on relatively porous craft surfaces (wood, fabric, stone, leather, canvas, cardboard, etc.) where the pigments can saturate better into the micro-holes. Even non-gloss indoor walls are okay since they are relatively porous and not exposed to weather. On non-porous supports (glass, glazed ceramics, plastics, metal, most tiles, etc.), saturation is never deep or permanent. Also, weather conditions (humidity, cold, sunlight, heat, rain, etc.) will take its toll just like the flaking paint on the exterior walls of a house. Lastly, sunlight is always a menace to the color strength of any paint over time. Fading and flaking will always occur. Stick to porous craft surfaces that are kept out of sunlight and moisture, even if you want them outside for extended days.
Yes it will.
It is the same quality but because you will finish it more early it is better for the end quality of the paint. Only if you use it in large amounts the bigger ones will be a bit cheaper. I prefer and I craft for almost 50 years to buy smaller amounts to keep the quality for the best.