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Robert Schwieger
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Waterbased enamels

Post by Robert Schwieger » Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:36 pm

Waterbased enamels such as Aquacoat Bulletin Enamels.

Robert Schwieger
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Re: Waterbased enamels

Post by Robert Schwieger » Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:39 pm

Question is regarding appropriateness of Waterbased Enamels such as Aquacoat Bulletin Enamels on glasswork such as gilding, etc. Bob.

Alex Sheldon
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Re: Waterbased enamels

Post by Alex Sheldon » Fri Mar 09, 2018 12:04 pm

Bob,
Aquacoat is not formulated for glass. For glass backgrounds, try Ronan japan colors, 1shot art and poster color, or 1 shot enamels. In use of gilding, search the forum for "back up paint" or "backing up". The aforementioned are not tough enough to take a scrubbing during surplus gold removal. Letterhead Sign Supply sells great backup paints. Naz-Dar 59000 will also work for backup.

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