Satin Solvent Finishing Varnish contains a matting agent and the container needs to be shaken before use to make sure it is evenly suspended. For full bottles, remove some varnish so you can shake the contents easily, then return to the full bottle before using. Satin varnishes should never be diluted with turpentine, because the ratio of matting agent to acrylic is critical.
The varnish is non-yellowing, self-leveling and will help to protect against mould. The varnish is strippable, which will allow your painting to be cleaned more easily at a later date by swabbing with mineral spirits. Be sure to apply in a well-ventilated area.
Because it is a solvent varnish, it can be carefully applied to your Interactive painting before it has fully cured, but your painting must be touch-dry. The isolation coat is still recommended though, because you can remove your top varnish at a later date and come back to the protected painting. With an Archival Oil Painting, wait at least 3-6 months prior to applying a final varnish.
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|Quantity : Pack||Single|
|To use with||Acrylic|
|Size : ml||250 ml|
|Hazardous UN Number||UN1300|
|Hazardous Type||Dangerous for the Environment or Aquatic Life, Flammable, Harmful/Irritant|
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