Royal & Langnickel Professional Artist Natural Ocean Sponge

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MGPS-18ABCD
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Use Royal & Langnickel Professional Artist Natural Ocean Sponges with acrylics, oils, watercolors and fabric paints or dyes. Ideal for sponge painting, faux finishes, tile, staining, stippling, pottery, ceramics and more.

Starting at $2.69

Use Royal & Langnickel Professional Artist Natural Ocean Sponges with acrylics, oils, watercolors and fabric paints or dyes. Ideal for sponge painting, faux finishes, tile, staining, stippling, pottery, ceramics and more.

Natural Ocean Sponge Set - Includes 1 Elephant Ear Sponge, 1 Sea Silk Sponge and 1 Sea Wool Sponge.

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Brand Royal & Langnickel
Color Natural

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EE3 Elephant Ear Sponge 3-1/2" - 4"
$5.49
$2.99
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SS3 Sea Silk Sponge 2-1/2" - 3" $4.81
$2.69
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SW4 Sea Wool Sponge 4" $4.49
$2.89
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SPONGE SET Sponge Set $14.79
$8.59
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EE-LG Whole Elephant Ear Cone 6" - 8"
$16.65
$11.29
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