You can use Electric Paint for a range of applications, from creative to highly technical projects. It provides a great platform for discovering, playing, repairing and designing with electronics. Electric Paint can be used as a liquid wire to draw or print graphical circuits, or even as a conductive adhesive eliminating the need for soldering equipment. This makes it a great prototyping tool for makers of all ages. Electric Paint also comes in handy for repairing electronics, such as PCBs, or even old TV remotes. You can use the paint to create capacitive surfaces, so you can add interactivity onto almost any object.
It is non-toxic, solvent free and water soluble. This makes it great for use at home or in the classroom. Electric Paint can also work as a conductive adhesive, providing a safer alternative to using soldering irons or for use on heat-sensitive surfaces like plastic.
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