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Have several bottles of Patio Paint I would like to use on some stepping stone, haven't used them is along time. The paint is like a clump in the bottle, I have been able to shake it, there is some liquid in it and it does move. It is water based, wondering if I can just add some water to get it to mix up?? Has anyone else experienced this??

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Posts: 246 | Location: Northern Michigan | Registered: Oct 07, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Don't add any extra water to it.
If you can mix the clumpy pigment portion with the liquid with a small stir stick, it MAY be still usable.
If not, it is toast.
 
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Thank you, I'll give it a try!!!!
 
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