Joe's Prime Really Good Clear Gel, 8 oz.

Item ID
JPGM-8
Availability: In stock

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Quick Overview

Joe’s Prime Really Good Clear Gel Works great as a paint extender and for transparent glazing techniques. Ideal for monoprinting or overprinting. It works as a release agent when applied to a surface prior to the paint application.
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List Price $12.65

Use Joe's Prime Really Good Acrylic Mediums to extend and thin acrylic paints. Joe's Prime Acrylic Mediums offer artists several ways to build texture. They range in consistency from pourable to moldable.

Clear Gel - Works great as a paint extender and for transparent glazing techniques. Ideal for monoprinting or overprinting. It may also be used as a transparent extender for water-based screenprinting inks, and as a collage glue and sealer. It works as a release agent when applied to a surface prior to the paint application.

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Brand Joe's Prime
Size 8 oz.
Format Bottle
No. 54311

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