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Winsor & Newton Aerosol Varnish

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A final clear, removable, non-yellowing varnish for the protection of oil, alkyd and acrylic paintings.

Available in Gloss, Matt and Satin 400ml aerosol spray tins and a gloss retouching varnish.

The Retouching varnish which gives temporary protection to recently completed oil paintings. The retouching varnish allows the oil painting to dry and at the same time give the oil painting a temporary gloss finish.
After 6 to 9 months when the oil painting is completely dry, regular artist varnish can be applied without the need to remove the retouching varnish.

Please note: aerosols cannot be sent outside the UK or Channel Islands as it is flammable.

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Matt 400ml Product Code: 3041981
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Gloss 400ml Product Code: 3041982
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Retouching Varnish 400ml Product Code: 3041983
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Satin 400ml Product Code: 3041984
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  • Great finish on dark colour acrylics - Winsor & Newton Aerosol Varnishes Satin 400ml

    I decided to use a spray varnish on my acrylic paintings because I wasn't happy with the finish using brushes left on dark colours. The result was far better than I'd expected, and I will definitely use again. Michele Carnie (Woking, United Kingdom) on 30 May 2012
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  • Seems to do the job - Winsor & Newton Aerosol Varnish Matt 400ml

    Better than painting on a varnish and I used it on some crayon/charcoal and photographic work and it appeared to be ok. Only problem with it , it's hard to see where you've been. Pauline Watts (West Sussex, United Kingdom) on 4 May 2012
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  • Great - Winsor & Newton Aerosol Varnish Matt 400ml

    Brillant product. I have used it as a fixative of watercolour on slate and it has worked brillantly. Sarah Foulds (Aberystwyth, United Kingdom) on 29 Oct 2012
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