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Miskit Liquid Frisket from Grumbacher is ideal for masking. Miskit is easy to apply, easy to remove, and features a fluorescent orange color for instant recognition of covered areas. Miskit is non-staining, and great for use on watercolor paper, photos, and more.

When a project requires overlaying applications of watercolor, gouache, ink, and other media, Miskit is a must have.

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Product Questions and Answers

How do you get Miskit Liquid Frisket out of carpet after it's dried?

- Asked by Barbara B. on 28-Oct-13

According to Grumbacher you can remove the frisked by peeling or rubbing the surface with a soft eraser.

- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Oct-13

Can you use Miskit on wood?

- Asked by Jerri on 06-Oct-13

This is mainly used for watercolor on paper. It may work on wood, however. You can always look at the Grafix Incredible White Liquid Mask as it is meant to go on many surfaces, including wood.

- Answered by MisterArt on 07-Oct-13

I left frisk it on my brush to long. How do I get it all out of the brush?

- Asked by Constance on 20-Jun-13

Our information says that it should wash out with soap and water, but it may not come out so easily if you don't clean the brush right away. It is also not recommended for use with natural bristle brushes.

- Answered by MisterArt on 21-Jun-13

Some of the Friskit has congealed. What can I use to "uncongeal" it?

- Asked by John M. on 15-Apr-13

Grumbacher does not make a thinner for the Miskit Liquid Frisket. If the liquid is congealed, and you have had it for a while, it may have exceeded its shelf life.

- Answered by MisterArt on 17-Apr-13

I have a Friskit lifter, but have left the product on too long - like a couple of weeks. Any help?

- Asked by Cynthia Lieck on 10-Oct-12

Friskit shouldn't be left out no more than 24 hours. If this has happened then the best option is to use a scalpel or a X-acto knife to scrape it off.

- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Oct-12

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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: Karen M. in Boring, OR
I was surprised by how easy this is to use. Went on very well and in very intricate areas and came off just as easily. No paint seeped under and the area painted well after removing it. I did have to get rid of my paint bush after use because I couldn't clean it out of the brush but I used a very old and worn brush to begin with. I will be using this a lot!
Rated by: Janice K. in Antioch, CA
The frisket is very good. I used it on a charcoal drawing on Arches watercolor paper and it was very easy to lift off. Also it did not stain my paper. Be careful not to leave it on too long or put it on too thinly or else it may take more effort to remove. I would definitely use it again. I really liked the results I got.
Rated by: Janice K. in Antioch, CA
This purchase was the first time I've ever used frisket, and I'm very happy with the results. I used it for masking highlights on hair while I saturated the background with charcoal. There was no flooding of the charcoal into the masked areas even a tiny bit. So I'm very happy with that. The frisket was easy to remove as well and there was no traces of the orange color left on my drawing paper. However, I did apply some frisket a little too thinly and left it on longer than I should have (about a week) so it took a little bit of effort to get it off, but not too much. It comes off easily also wtih a eraser too. The frisket worked for me and I will continue to use it.
Rated by: Judith F. in Lock Haven, PA
I have started to paint again after a four year absence. Today I used my 4+ year old Miskit and shook it quite awhile and I then applied it to my work and it was perfect. Make sure you are keeping the inside lid intact.
Rated by: charlene m. in appling, GA
This item masks fantastic, but you must take it off as soon as your paint drys. I have bought 3 bottles of this and each time I've only been able to use it a couple of times because the contents dry out no matter how tight you put the lid on!!!

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