Our sample policy:
Sample order is acceptable. We can supply the sample if we have ready parts in stock, but the customers need to pay the sample cost and the courier cost.
Packaging & Delivery
Each piece packed in the double blister with color paper (we design a logo for a client to promote their brand name in the local market).
|Quantity(Pieces)||1 - 1000||>1000|
|Est. Time(days)||40||To be negotiated|
we are strict with the package and the quality, we promise the customer the best services.
1. The price above is EXW price. If the order value is over USD6000, it can be same as FOB price.
2. We will offer documents as: invoice, packing list, B/L, CO. If customer needs other certification, we need to charge customer the extra cost.
3. The delivery time will be 30-40 days after receiving deposit.
4. Payment term: 50% deposit, 50% paid upon copy of shipping documents.
When to Stir Paint?
Generally, you’ll want to stir paint if you are using it a couple of days after you have gotten it from the store. Yes, it can start separating that fast after you’ve brought it home. That’s the reason you are given a stirring stick at the store.
Stir Upon Opening: Simply open the can and use the stirring stick to stir it a couple of times. Even if you have just brought it back from the store, you’ll want to mix the contents of the paint before you use it. Contents of paint settle rather quickly.
Stir While Painting: You’ll also want to make sure you’re stirring it in-between uses as well. This ensures optimum color results. Oftentimes when you go into a store and complain about the color you got, that’s one of the first questions you will be asked.
Stir Before Opening: You should stir paint are right before usage.
If Store In Cooler Temps: If you’ve had it stored in a chilled room. Paint should be stored at room temperature. If it has been stored in a room with a slightly cooler temperature than the rest of the house, like a cellar or a garage, you’ll want to stir it and let it sit to come to room temperature before painting, otherwise, you’ll have thicker coats of discolored paint all over your walls.
Shaking Paint by Hand: An Alternative to Stirring
Shaking paint by hand can also work, rather than stirring. However, do not shake by hand to compensate for professional shaking. But if you lost the stirring stick you were given, or you just feel like shaking the paint, shaking is a good alternative to stirring. But, it will not mix the chemicals that sink to the bottom of the can well enough.
So to make this clear, you want to get it professionally shaken once to mix the initial colors and chemicals. Once you’ve gotten home, and it has sat for a little while you may shake the paint by hand. The mixing propeller will suffice if you can not get it professionally shaken.
The length of time your paint has sat for will determine how long or vigorously you should shake the paint for. A good rule of thumb to follow is same-day usage, lightly stir before usage. If you wait a couple of days, you should give it a good shake with your hands. But, if it has sat for a week or longer, you should get it professionally shaken or use a mixing propeller.
The Right Way To Stir Paint and How Long to Stir By Hand?
Knowing how to stir paint is the most important part of the painting process. Yes, there is a right way to stir paint. It’s fairly straight forward and easy to learn. Here are some tips on the right way to stir paint.
The best way to stir a can of paint by hand is to use the wooden paint stick, dip it in the paint, making sure the stick reaches all the way down to the bottom of the can to make sure you’re getting the stuff that has settled to the bottom of the can. Next, you’re going to stir it in a circular motion, making sure not to splash any of the contents outside of the can.Depending on how the paint looking you will want to slowly stir it anywhere from two minutes to five minutes.