Working with Paverpol
Paverpol is a textile hardener second to none! Set your inner artist free and discover the wonder of creating works of art that can be enjoyed year round in your garden or in your home!
Dip a piece of textile in the Paverpol. Wrap this around a sturdy frame or wire figure and let it dry. Paverpol dries quickly. Optionally, you can use a hair dryer to speed up the drying process. When it is dried up, you have a beautiful decoration or statue. This is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Of course you can also work with it on a canvas. The choice is yours!
Paverpol adheres to all natural materials. You can use everything, such as wool, cotton, wood, leather, paper, silk, self-hardening clay, styrofoam, dried flowers, wood, plaster and pottery. It makes these materials totally stiff.
Paverpol hardens without additives. We recommend that outside objects be allowed to harden thoroughly. Then you can paint them and place them outside. The materials that you harden with Paverpol can be placed in your garden all year round, regardless of precipitation or temperature. We do advise to apply two layers of Josefine varnish. In this way you prevent your artwork from turning white in high humidity. Please note that Paverpol in liquid form should not be frozen. After use, you can simply wash your hands and tools with warm water. Natural materials soaked in Paverpol are fire-retardant.
Various colors and sizes
Paverpol is available in the colors transparent, black, bronze, light peach and lead color in 500 grams, 1000 grams and 5750 grams of pots and buckets. Paverpol transparent and bronze is also available in a 250 ml bottle with droplet. This is especially for fine work, such as the bonding of beads for necklaces and earrings, which must be glued to be waterproof. The bottles are also ideal for scrapbooking and glueing doll clothes.
Use Paverpol also in combination with other Paverpol products, such as Paverplast, Pavercolor, Wrappers, Stockinette, Relief Decoration, Art Stone, Pavercotton, Josefine varnish, Paversand or Paverscrub.