• Varnish

  • New Professional Spray Varnishes v2 

    There are many misconceptions about whether or not it is necessary to varnish an acrylic painting. As a general rule, you should always varnish your acrylic work when possible. Varnishes are applied over dry paint films and have several purposes. The first and most important function is to protect the painting surface from the environment and protect the pigments from ultraviolet light. Secondly, varnishes can be used to change or unify a painting’s surface sheen. Liquitex varnishes come in several different sheens, which can all be intermixed for a customized sheen.

    Liquitex varnishes are either permanent or removable and can be applied to both flexible and rigid supports.
     

    ARCHIVAL PERMANENT (non-removable)

    • For interior and exterior use  
    • Excellent Levelling properties  
    • Non-Yellowing  
    • Translucent when wet, clear when dry 
    • Water-based Technology 
    • Low odour 
    • Permanent and Durable 
    • Can be used with Spray Paint, Heavy Body, Soft Body

      Now available on 400ml spray format
       

    ARCHIVAL REMOVABLE (removable)

    • For interior and exterior use  
    • Excellent leveling properties  
    • Durable  
    • Non-yellowing  
    • Archival  
    • Translucent when wet, clear when dry 
    • Can be used on oil & acrylic paintings  
    • Remove with mineral spirits or turpentine  
    • Contains UV light stabilizers