Joe's Prime Really Good Gesso, White, 32 oz.

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JPG-32
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 16 if ordered in the next 02 hours and 28 minutes!

Quick Overview

Joe's Prime Really Good White Gesso is designed to provide great covering power at an affordable price. The acid-free acrylic-base formula creates an ideal surface for oil and acrylic painting on canvas, linen, and panels.
Sale Price $11.99
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Reg. $13.49
List Price $22.48

Joe's Prime Really Good Gesso is designed to provide great two-coat covering power at an affordable price. The 100% acid-free acrylic-base formula creates an ideal surface for oil and acrylic painting on canvas, linen, panels, or paper. Clean-up with soap and water.

Also works well for watercolor applications. Sand smooth for hot-pressed type feel or leave brush strokes for added textural interest into watercolor paintings. Seal when finished.

Made in the USA. Conforms to ASTM D4236 Health Standards.

White Gesso - This titanium-fortified White Gesso is a ready-to-use acrylic ground with strong covering power that dries to a semi-matte bright white for a great basecoat to your paintings. Try spreading it on with a squeegee for some interesting textural effects!

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Brand Joe's Prime
Color White
Size 32 oz.
Format Jar
No. JPG-32

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