Applying Bare's Electric Paint is as simple as using any other water-based paint. It can be applied with a brush, a roller, printmaking equipment, and even an airbrush. As the paint dries, its conductivity increases - even after it feels dry. Therefore, if your project requires calibration, it's recommended to let the paint dry completely before testing.
However, it's important to note that Electric Paint is not suitable for use on skin. Also, while it's not waterproof, you can paint over it with a waterproof paint or varnish depending on your application. This also means that it's easy to clean up with soap and warm water.
Key features of Electric Paint include:
For more information on how to use Electric Paint, you can refer to the datasheet, MSDS, tutorials, and resistance chart provided by Sparkfun. Please note that these documents are not included in this description and can be found on the Sparkfun website.