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Acrylic Finisher

Description

After using Angelus Leather Acrylic Paint, apply Angelus Acrylic Finisher to your customized sneakers to help protect the paint from minor scratches/scrapes. Available in a variety of finishes from Matte, all the way up to High Gloss.

From least amount of shine to highest:

-Matte - Lower Sheen Semi-Gloss

-Satin - New Shoe Glossy

-Normal - Glossy

-High Gloss - Highest Gloss

If using Matte Finisher, be sure to shake the bottle very well before use (shake for at least one whole minute).

Duller may be added to each finisher for a more Matte shine. We do not recommend adding more than 0.5 oz of duller to a 4 oz. bottle of finisher.

 

Description

After using Angelus Leather Acrylic Paint, apply Angelus Acrylic Finisher to your customized sneakers to help protect the paint from minor scratches/scrapes. Available in a variety of finishes from Matte, all the way up to High Gloss.

From least amount of shine to highest:

-Matte - Lower Sheen Semi-Gloss

-Satin - New Shoe Glossy

-Normal - Glossy

-High Gloss - Highest Gloss

If using Matte Finisher, be sure to shake the bottle very well before use (shake for at least one whole minute).

Duller may be added to each finisher for a more Matte shine. We do not recommend adding more than 0.5 oz of duller to a 4 oz. bottle of finisher.

 

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Based on 333 reviews
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MP
10/20/2017
Michele P.
United States

Very Good

Covers the paint up good. Very good finisher abd would recommend it.

KC
08/31/2017
kevin c.
France

Great !

It's just perfect, the project was a Gucci x Grey Goose inspired nike air force and it turned out awesome, i'll tag y'all on the instagram photos soon !! Thx again !

GL
07/11/2017
Gloria Lilly
Dallas

Not good for Patent Leather

Brought purse on Poshmark, wrong yellow. I saw been sneakers painted but no one spoke about my situation. Long story short, glossy feel of patent removed but did not return with glossy finisher. Stiff with streaks and looks like I painted it. The color is a match but I miss the patent leather gloss I removed so I will the purse for.a while.

07/11/2017

Angelus Direct

Hello Gloria,
Painting patent leather takes a lot of work. We recommend first sanding the material using high grit sand paper. Then wipe down the areas using Angelus Leather Preparer & Deglazer. Follow this by applying 2-3 coats of an Adhesion Promoter of your choice. Now you're ready for paint. Be sure to apply several thin coats of paint rather than one or two thick coats . You will receive brush strokes when working on Patent Leather if applying by paint brush. Airbrush is high recommended when painting Patent Leather. Use High Gloss Acrylic Finisher as the last step product to give it a nice shine. Hope this helps!

PB
06/30/2017
Paul B.
United States

Wow

I purchased the deglazer, black acrylic paint and satin top coat for a 1960s Danish modern black leather chair and the results are amazing! It's not often you find a product that exceeds your expectations but these did. Thank you Angelus!

BJ
06/22/2017
Broc Jones

Sticky

The paints I purchased worked well but after the matte finish dried it left the Retro 1s I painted sticky. Also the paint started to crack/peel after about 2 hours of wear.

06/23/2017

Angelus Direct

Hello Broc, 
Sorry to hear about the issues with the finisher. You may experience a tacky finish when finisher is applied to certain materials or the project hasn't fully dried. Also, prepareing the area is very important. When prepping the area, we suggest using our Angelus Deglazer or Acetone to remove the factory paint/finish. This will allow Angelus paint to adhere better to the surface. Also, applying several thin coats of paint rather than one or two thick coats will help a lot more. Although totally optional, you can get the best results by using an airbrush. Hope this helps!