Can you spot the difference between a decking paint stain and a stencil?

Can you tell which type of paint stain is actually stenciling?

The paint itself isn’t the important part, says Laura Fassbender, senior vice president of research and technology at paint brand Lusitano.

But the paint’s characteristics, which make it an ideal stain for decking paints, make it a great stain for painting a variety of surfaces.

“You want to use it on the decking, you want to paint on the floor, you need to do it on a carpet or a flooring surface,” she says.

“It’s a stain that you can use in many different situations.”

Paint stencils are a great way to add depth to a photo, or add dimension to a painting.

“They’re the perfect compliment to a spray can,” Fassbert says.

They are also ideal for adding texture to a finished product.

But that texture is a little more challenging to work with than traditional stencil paints.

In fact, you may have to use an adhesive for some stencil colors, which can create a sticky texture.

“The trick is to have the adhesive on the surface that the stencil will stick to,” Fissbender says.

She says you can also use a paint-specific adhesive like Acrylic-based, which won’t stick to most paints.

And she suggests applying it on surfaces that don’t have much surface area to work on, like wood, fabric, metal, glass, woodwork, metalwork, and concrete.

She recommends using a paint remover to clean up any paint residue that’s left.

You can also buy stencil paint removers for $6 on Amazon, Walmart, and Home Depot.