Winsor & Newton Sansodor - Ken Bromley Art Supplies



Winsor & Newton Sansodor

    A low odour solvent which evaporates slowly, increases blending time and is suitable for thinning oil colours and cleaning brushes.

    • Suitable for oil & alkyd colour.

    • Well suited to artists who prefer to avoid exposure to turpentine.

    This product can be shipped outside the UK and is a good alternative to the other flamable solvents.

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    75ml Product Code: 3021757
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    RRP: £5.50 £4.62
    250ml Product Code: 3039757
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    RRP: £9.50 £7.98
    500ml Product Code: 3049757
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    Buy this and earn 13 reward points
    RRP: £16.00 £13.44
    1Ltr Tin Product Code: 3053757
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    RRP: £29.00 £24.36

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    • Great product

      This product for cleaning brushes and thinning paint but it has another use that I primarily use it for.
      I have a set of prismacolur pencils the wax based kind not watercolour, this liquid can be used with blending stumps to blend colours together to give drawings more depth. I think it works because it kind of melts the wax to enable this process. In America they use an alternative product that works the same way. Tutorials can be found on how to blend using this product on you tube. Beverleigh10 (England) on 25 Apr 2013
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    • Happy customer - Sansodor 500ml

      Sansodor is a great product, if like myself you have the great interest in oil painting but cant stand the fumes of Turpentine this SANSODOR is definitely the stuff to use. Michael Barratt (Felixstowe, United Kingdom) on 16 Jun 2012
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    • Really is odourless - Sansodor 500ml

      I've used Loxley low-odour (smells a bit) and Jackson's low odour (smells awful! Gives me asthma) thinner - the W&N Sansodor really is the best, no smell at all so I can forgive them for not being able to spell odour. Charmian Hayes (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom) on 12 Jun 2013
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