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Liquitex Gloss Varnish

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Archival non removable 

  • Extremely clear, permanent varnish for acrylic paintings on flexible and rigid surfaces.
  • Greater clarity in the wet state than many acrylic varnishes.
  • Fluid viscosity with excellent leveling properties for brush stroke free application.
  • Permanent and durable for superior protection against the environment.
  • Flexible, archival, non-yellowing and water resistant when dry.
  • For interior use only

This varnish is not removable,  if you want a removable varnish see the soluvar.

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  • Best varnish available - Liquitex Gloss Varnish Flexible Surface 237ml

    I paint very thinly so it's important I protect my acrylic works with a varnish. This one is easy to apply (make sure you don't overbrush) it dries to an even shine, and lifts the dark colours. My works are on paper so it has to be flexible too, having tried many others this is the best available. Tim Gustard (Penrith, United Kingdom) on 19 Aug 2012
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  • Apply multiple coats for brilliant gloss - Liquitex Gloss Varnish Flexible Surface 473ml

    I varnished a large textured painting predominantly Mars Black - in hot weather - i.e. the worst scenario for getting a good finish with acrylic gloss varnish.. Not just for drying times but also milkiness over the black. BUT if you make sure all doors and windows are closed - also have a bucket of steamy water in the studio to add humidity - and apply fairly speedily with a large flat soft watercolour brush - you'll get an excellent result. The first couple of coats will look a bit patchy - but gently key the surface with 1200 silicon carbide paper between coats - and gradually you'll build up a high gloss finish. And don't worry - the milkiness dries clear - as long as you apply evenly and don't over brush. It says allow 3 hours between coats - but I'd leave it 24 hrs. So, if you want a high gloss finish on your acrylic painting - factor in an additional week to achieve this. Mike Edwards (Brighton, United Kingdom) on 1 Aug 2014
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  • Does exactly what it says on the... er...bottle. - Liquitex Gloss Varnish Flexible Surface 118ml

    Does exactly what it says on the... er...bottle Julian (Reading, United Kingdom) on 25 Jul 2012
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