Winsor & Newton Permanent Masking Medium

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3221767
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Winsor & Newton Permanent Masking Medium is a non-removable, water repellant liquid wax designed for masking specific areas of paper, making them resistant to water. When dry, the medium will repel superimposed washes.
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Winsor & Newton Watercolor Mediums are used to change the rate of drying, increase gloss, improve flow or provide texture. They provide watercolorists with limitless opportunities to add special effects and variations to their watercolor paintings.

Permanent Masking Medium - A non-removable, water repellant liquid wax designed for masking specific areas of paper, making them resistant to water. When dry, the medium will repel superimposed washes. Excellent for detail. Apply directly to the paper or tint with small amounts of watercolor. Allow to dry completely before overpainting. Available in a 75 ml. bottle.

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Brand Winsor & Newton
Series Water Colour Mediums
Size 75 ml.
Format Bottle
No. 3221767

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