Tim Holtz now has a Mica Spray set designed to add pearlescent shimmer to any paper craft or mixed media project. Mica Sprays adhere to most non-porous surfaces such as paper, canvas, wood and fabric. Designer Mica Sprays can be used as a finishing spray or layered over inks and paints. Each package includes three mica sprays in the following colors - Brushed Pewter, Antiqued Bronze and Tarnished Brass.
I recently purchased the Distress Mica Spray and the Media Mica Spray. It looked great in the video, however both packages say to clean spray nozzle immediately after use. What is the best way to clean the sprayers. Thanks and cheers! Tessa
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Hi Tessa. Screw the nozzle away from the bottle, spray it empty, hold end of nozzletube in a tiny jar of water and spray again until water spraying out is clean. Spray outside of water until tube is empty, and mount nozzle again on original bottle. To avoid waste of mica use first out-spraying for an other project. Hope this helps. By, Viera
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