Hydrographic is a process of applying a new painted image to three dimensional surfaces, using hydro tank/a bucket of water at temperature above 25°C. Also known as immersion printing or water transfer printing. Ideal use on metal, plastic, glass, hard wood and etc.
Steps to do:
- Spray your object with SAMURAI undercoat white. Apply plastic primer before undercoat to improve the ability for bonding adhesive.
- Draw your favorite image on the surface of a bucket of water with SAMURAI aerosol paint.
- Spray SAMURAI Activator onto the painted image to dissolve it into liquid and activate a bonding agent.
- Immerse the object in water slowly to transfer your painted image onto the form of your object by wrapping around and adhering to it.
- Let it dry completely, apply multiple thin layers of SAMURAI Top Coat Clear to provide an additional protection and durability to the coated project.