Cheap Joe's Paint-Erase Rejuvenating Sponge

Item ID
CJPES-525
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 03 if ordered in the next 02 hours and 51 minutes!

Quick Overview

Cheap Joe's Paint-Erase Rejuvenating Sponge is great for correcting mistakes with watercolor and gouache. It can even remove pencil marks, dirt, and grime. It's like a paint eraser!
Sale Price $4.99
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Reg. $11.89
List Price $19.82

The Cheap Joe's Paint-Erase Rejuvenating Sponge is great for correcting mistakes with watercolor and gouache. It's like a paint eraser!

Who says watercolor painting has to be difficult? If you mess up, just soak the melamine sponge in water, squeeze out the excess water and rub the surface gently to wipe away unwanted pencil marks, brush strokes or other dirt and grime. It’s that simple!

Package contains 1 large and 6 small sponges.

“I just finished a watercolor painting that I almost abandoned before I remembered that I had bought some of your product called Paint Eraser. Without this product allowing me to totally erase a tree that..um..."grew" in a bad place, I would have just washed the Aquabord off completely and called it a day. Thanks for this product!” - Sandra, Cheap Joe's Art Stuff Customer

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Brand Cheap Joe's
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