Official Genesis Heat Gun with Instructions - Great for Spot Drying
Excellent for spot drying Genesis paints. If you just need to touch up paints on a small area, such as lips, fingers or toes, it's perfect. It's also indispensable if you are traveling with your reborning materials and Genesis paint
NEVERaim the heat tool down into an opening on your doll and hold it there to cure inside paint. Doing so can cause excessive backup of heat into the nozzle of the gun and destroy the thermostat and result in malfunction or fire. Now you can spot dry your heat set paints even if you are not near an oven.
Details: Now you can spot dry your heat set paints even if you are not near an oven. With this heating tool you can do spot touch-ups on the go where you only need to add a little more paint. What do you do if your doll is already rooted and eyelashed but you need to touch up the paint? That's where this heating tool comes in handy. You can focus the heating tool just where you want it to go without over baking the areas around it.
Tip: Hold the nozzle no closer than 3 inches from the surface, and keep it moving as you heat set the paint. It typically takes about 3 to 5 seconds per spot, but you will have to experiment with your technique. After the part is completely cooled test the dried paint with a damp cotton swab to make sure no paint rubs off onto the swab. If it does, re-heat and test again.
Heat Gunis also a multipurpose craft heat tool will also allow you to emboss, shrink wrap, and more. It's handy for quick-drying adhesives, curing 3-D paints and glitter glue, and creating shrink plastic projects, too. You can use it on paper, fabric, wood and more.
INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Heat gun is a US appliance requiring 110 to 120 volts which will require an adapter for use outside the US. WARNING!! You must read and carefully follow the instructions. Please check the voltage and use a converter.
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