Translucent compound of waxes and resin to be mixed with oil paint, powdered pigments, powdered metals, colored sands, dyes, and other compatible fine art materials. Excellent for encaustic painting, hot or cold wax painting, and mixed media as a protective coating for paintings, wood, plastic, metal objects, or photos. Unexcelled as a protective and permanent sealing medium. Resists cracking and dries more quickly than oil paints used by themselves.
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How do you remove it from a paint brush?- Asked by Marcia F on 16-Aug-13
The thinner and glazing medium for Dorland's Wax Medium is turpentine or poppy seed oil, so this should also clean your brushes.- Answered by MisterArt on 26-Aug-13
Will Dorland's Wax act as a "sizing" to prevent Support Induced Discoloration? I've just coated the front side of a panel with Dorland's and tomorrow will paint onto the skim-coat of Dorland's. Will it work?- Asked by phillyjoe on 07-May-13
The Dorland Wax medium is more of a sealing medium or a protective coating. It does not act as a sizing agent.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-May-13
Is it firm almost like a candle but not fluid like gesso?- Asked by byron keener arq on 16-Mar-13
The Wax Medium by Dorland's is a translucent frosted compound. It has a heavy paste like texture, but not as thick as candle wax.- Answered by MisterArt on 20-Mar-13
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