diy paint

@Tina30219 (24638)
Onaway, Michigan
August 30, 2017 6:33pm CST
I know there are alot of people on here that have kids here is something for you that you can make with your kids and I am sure they will love it. My question is would it work to use it on rocks?
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@mandala100 (24198)
• Hong Kong
31 Aug
@Tina30219 Those paints looks so very nice my friend.
@Tina30219 (24638)
• Onaway, Michigan
31 Aug
I think so as well.
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@mandala100 (24198)
• Hong Kong
31 Aug
@Tina30219 That's right my friend.
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@Tina30219 (24638)
• Onaway, Michigan
31 Aug
@LadyDuck (113426)
• Switzerland
31 Aug
No, this paint would wash out and not only on rocks, this mix is a temporary paint.
@Tina30219 (24638)
• Onaway, Michigan
31 Aug
Dang that sucks I was hoping to have found something safe for kids to paint with that is better than other paints
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@LadyDuck (113426)
• Switzerland
31 Aug
@Tina30219 It's hard to be able to make something safe that will last.
@sharon6345 (101201)
• United States
31 Aug
I would not use it at all.
@Tina30219 (24638)
• Onaway, Michigan
31 Aug
I am going to go back and read the reviews on it see what others have said about it. I bet there is not any good reviews on it
@GardenGerty (88907)
• Marion, Kansas
31 Aug
This would wash off of rocks, so although it might work it would only be temporary. Try getting an assortment of acrylics, or use nail polish that you no longer like. If you use acrylics spray with a clear sealer. You can also use sharpies and other permanent markers.
@Tina30219 (24638)
• Onaway, Michigan
31 Aug
Thanks I got me 3 rocks when at the beach going to find me more so I can paint some more