Matte, Satin, High Gloss... What type of finish do you prefer?
Follow along with @Chadcantcolor while he walks us through a Beginner/Intermediate custom on the iconic Nike Air Force 1.
Chad breaks down the proper steps to matte out your custom by using Duller mixed with Angelus paints.
For those who are wanting to achieve a glossy look then Acrylic Finisher is what you're looking for.
Check out the video and let us know what you think!
- Angelus Flat Black Paint
- Angelus Gift Box Blue Paint
- Angelus Pearlescent 18K Gold Paint
- Angelus Duller
- Angelus High Gloss Acrylic Finisher
- Angelus Paint Brush Set
- Leather Preparer and Deglazer
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No, using our Preparer and Deglazer (or acetone) is the most important step. This will remove the factory finish to allow the paint to adhere to the actual leather. If this step is skipped then the paint will not stick to the surface and will come right off. If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Here is a link to our 'Where to Buy' page. Hopefully you can find something that works best for you. If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Using a sealant or finisher with Angelus Paints is optional. Angelus paints are water proof, durable and flexible and will hold up on most surfaces with proper prep and application. We have finishers that will protect against minor scratches and scrapes but ultimately is used to provide a sheen to your project. If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
The paint is waterproof and will hold up quite nicely. Just make sure to prep the surface with acetone or our Leather Prep first and then apply light even coats of paint. The paint will last the life of the shoe. If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
No additives such as 2 Hard/2 Soft needed when painting on leather. 2 Hard will allow the paint to adhere to non-porous surfaces such as plastic or glass while 2-Soft is for working with Fabric materials. Hope this helps!
Yes, just make sure the shoe and the paint is prepped and applied correctly. If done so, the paint should last as long as the life of the shoe. If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
We suggest using our Leather Acrylic paint. All it takes is proper prep and application. 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!
We rather hand wash our shoes. Here is a link to the cleaners that work well for all types of materials... custom painted or not.
No, as long as the shoe is prepped properly and the paint is applied correctly then the paint will stay and last.When prepping the leather, we suggest using our Angelus Deglazer or Acetone to remove the factory paint/finish.
Hope this helps and If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Yes, each layer of paint must be fully dry before apply the next. We recommend giving each coat about 15-25 minutes to dry to the touch. If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Nope, as long as the surface is prepped with acetone or our Leather Prep and Deglazer and our paint is applied with light even coats then there shouldn't be any issues of the paint coming off. Adding a finisher or topcoat is optional. It may help with extra protection but mainly will add a sheen to your project.
Our leather acrylic paint. Flat Black, Gift Box Blue and Gold. Here is a link to where you can find them. https://angelusshoepolish.com/pages/where-to-buy
If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Thanks, Homie:) your hands are easy to see, and your voice is loud n’ clear. I’ll definitely be getting Angelus for my custom sneakers. I’m guessing, Angelus Brushes are preferred... WHAT do you recommend for brushes?
Of course, but the paint will not hold and last as well. Angelus Paints utilize a flexible, self leveling, non-cracking formula that adheres to multiple surfaces such as leather, vinyl, patent leather, canvas and more when prepared properly. If you have any more questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
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