Pebeo Drawing Gum, 45 ml.

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PEB-1
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Quick Overview

Pebeo Drawing Gum is a removable liquid frisket for masking of artworks using ink, watercolor or gouache, as well as varnishes and fixatives. Dries blue. This product contains latex.
$7.59
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Pebeo Drawing Gum is a removable liquid frisket for the masking of artworks using ink, watercolor, or gouache, as well as varnishes and fixatives. Dries blue so you can see where it's been applied.

Apply on parts of the design intended to be protected from subsequent layers of paint, and allow to dry before applying color. To rediscover the portions that have been masked, simply remove the drawing gum with your finger or an eraser once the paints are perfectly dry.

This product contains latex.

Drawing Gum, Bottle - Use bottled drawing gum when brushing masking fluid onto a surface or refilling a masking fluid dispenser.

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Brand Pebeo
Series Drawing Gum
Color Blue
Color Family Blue
Size 45 ml.
Format Bottle
No. 033000CAN

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