Dries in seconds to a clear finish. Protects pencil, charcoal, chalk, pastels. No smudge, no wrinkle, no gloss. Lasting protection with workable surface. Compatible with tempera colors, India ink, etc. #1306.
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Do you have any instructions?- Asked by Lauren S. on 16-Apr-14
Apply light coats evenly across the surface. Allow each coat to dry completely before applying the next. Make sure the can is the recommended distance from the paper to avoid getting too much saturation at one time. When completely dry, use an acrylic brush-on gloss varnish (or matte varnish) for the final coat.- Answered by MisterArt on 19-Apr-14
Can this item be used on envelopes to prevent ink from smearing?- Asked by susan a on 15-Mar-14
This product is primarily for dry media such as pencil and charcoal to hold the powdery pigments in place during continued work. Heavy spraying on top of an ink may actually rewet it and cause bleeding. The effects would vary based on the type of ink used.- Answered by MisterArt on 18-Mar-14
Can you use a water-based poly acrylic finish over this product?- Asked by Lona on 20-Nov-13
It is compatible with tempera and inks, which are water-based. However, you might want to experiment with a sample piece first, to see if it does what you want it to.- Answered by MisterArt on 20-Nov-13
I wanted something to protect a computer-printed outline of a digital image from smudging so that I can watercolor the image. Can I spray this and then paint on top of it? Or, am I reading that it is only for a finished colored image?- Asked by Judy S on 17-Jun-13
Workable fixative means just that; you may still work on it after spraying. It protects, but it is not a final fixative but still able to be workable so you can paint on it afterward. With regards to watercolor, you may need to play around with the surface a bit afterward to see the best way to let the paint stick.- Answered by MisterArt on 18-Jun-13
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