The premiere final fixative spray for charcoal, pastel, pencil drawings, and sketches. Prevents smudges and finger prints. Protects artworks, drawings, layouts, type proofs, photographs, blueprints, maps, documents, typing carbons, models, signs, ceramics, etc. Colorless, non-yellowing, and flexible. One-coat cover. *This fixative was formerly a Tuffim or Prismacolor brand name. The fixative is precisely the same, however.
*This fixative was formerly a Tuffim or Prismacolor brand name. The fixative is precisely the same, however.
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How do you apply Grumbacher's matte final fixative on pencil drawings?- Asked by John J. Fahsbender on 21-Apr-14
Clear the surface of dust and dirt. Set the work vertically. Shake the can vigorously. Test spray on white paper. Hold can upright 12 in. from the artwork. Apply in a side to side motion evenly. Allow 5 minutes between coats if multiple coats are needed.- Answered by MisterArt on 23-Apr-14
Can this be reworked after it has dried?- Asked by Jim Valekis on 11-Apr-14
According to the manufacturer, the Final Fixative may be reworked when dry.- Answered by MisterArt on 15-Apr-14
Will this seal Prismacolor pencils?- Asked by Char on 26-Mar-14
Yes, this product works well with Prismacolor drawings.- Answered by MisterArt on 01-Apr-14
Will Prismacolor final fixative spray keep Sharpie art on canvas from bleeding?- Asked by mary on 08-Jan-14
This is mainly for pastels and colored pencils, not wet media such as alcohol-based inks. Try applying multiple thin coats of Lascaux Aerosol Spray Fixative. Be sure to mist the work from a distance rather than a pressurized spray which could reactivate the Sharpie ink and cause bleeding on a non-porous surface such as primed canvas.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Jan-14
Can this fixative be used to seal a fabric that has an image printed with an inkjet printer?- Asked by Jacki on 07-Jan-14
This fixative is designed for paper or photo paper, not fabric. Most Inkjet prints can be heat set with an iron to make them washfast. For the best results, use pretreated fabrics. In the case of an already printed image, might try applying a fabric medium such as GAC 900 or Fabric Mod Podge.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Jan-14
Can I apply a urethane gloss finish over a workable fixative?- Asked by MD west on 30-Sep-13
Because this is acrylic based, you can use acrylic, oil, or polyurethane, although oil will yellow over time. If it has a shine to it, you might want to rough it up a bit with sandpaper for a better surface for paint application.- Answered by MisterArt on 30-Sep-13
Do you have a link to the instructions?- Asked by midori on 10-Nov-12
The link to the Fixative instructions is: http://www.grumbacherart.com/pdf/fixative.pdf- Answered by MisterArt on 12-Nov-12
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