Montana ACRYLIC Paint Refills- 25ml Bottle

Item #: Montana25ml
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Use these 25ml refills to keep a fresh supply of paint in your Montana ACRYLIC markers, or mix together to create custom colors!

These bottles can also be turned into markers with the 10mm round dauber applicator tip (sold separately).

Montana ACRYLIC paints are not just for markers- they work well with a paintbrush or airbrush too!

**Color Chart Note** 100% Cyan, Acid Green, Fire Red, Power Orange, Gleaming Pink, and Flash Yellow are bright fluorescent colors that will pop more than the color charts can show!

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Features of Montana ACRYLIC paints: 

*HIGH QUALITY WATER-BASED PAINT:
Waterproof, lightfast, highly-pigmented, and quick-drying. (For optimal weather-resistance, a sealing coat of Montana Varnish Gloss is recommended.) Colors dry to a matte finish.

*SUITABLE FOR A VARIETY OF PROJECTS:
Such as urban art styles, mixed media, murals, and sign painting.

*WORKS ON MULTIPLE SURFACES:
Create your designs on walls, windows, canvas, wood, metal, and more.

*TRANSPARENT, REFILLABLE BARREL:
Easily see inside to check paint levels or mix custom colors.

HOW TO REFILL MONTANA MARKERS
How to refill a Montana ACRYLIC marker:

1- Unscrew, to the left, the top section that holds the nib.
2- Use your fingernail to help remove the next section, with the valve system springs.
3- Add the refill paint to the open marker. Only fill the barrel 3/4 of the way full, to leave room for the valve system part.
4- Press the valve system section back in and make sure it is tight.
5- Screw the nib section back on, to the right, and make sure it is securely tightened.
6- Prime the nib by pressing up and down on a test surface.
features:
  • Metallic
availability:
Usually ships the same business day
How to refill a Montana ACRYLIC marker:

1- Unscrew, to the left, the top section that holds the nib.
2- Use your fingernail to help remove the next section, with the valve system springs.
3- Add the refill paint to the open marker. Only fill the barrel 3/4 of the way full, to leave room for the valve system part.
4- Press the valve system section back in and make sure it is tight.
5- Screw the nib section back on, to the right, and make sure it is securely tightened.
6- Prime the nib by pressing up and down on a test surface.

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