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Micador Crystal Clear Spray
Micador Crystal Clear Spray provides a permanent barrier to dirt, tarnish, wear, stains and moisture. Drying to a gloss finish, Micador Crystal Clear Spray is ideal for drawing, artwork, prints, photographs, documents and many other projects.
Micador Fixative Spray
Micador Fixative Spray is perfect for protecting your artwork! Drying, within seconds, to a clear finish, Micador Fixative Spray is workable and will protect pencil, pastel, chalk, charcoal, watercolour, tempera, opaque and ceramics. Micador Fixative Spray will not alter or affect the surface of fine paper or boards.
Micador Mat Spray
Micador Mat Spray provides a permanent barrier to dirt, tarnish, stains and moisture. Ideal for preventing shine or glare in product photographs of drawings, artwork, prints, photographs, documents, ceramics and more.
Micador Picture Varnish Spray
Micador Picture Varnish Spray is a high quality, clear varnish for oil and acrylic paints. Micador Picture Varnish Spray is non-yellowing and will retain flexibility with age.
FAQs about Spray Varnishes
How To Thin Varnish For Spraying
Fast-evaporating solvent can assist with thinning the varnish. When the solvent dissipates, you will have a very thin layer of varnish which will protect from sag during the drying process. Some examples of solvents include mineral spirits (paint thinner), evaporating naptha, or acetone. Acetone will get the job done the fastest, and is thus recommended. If using acetone, the finish may turn cloudy when applied, but will be clear when it has dried. How much acetone you use will determine how thin the varnish is. There are no downsides to thinning as much as possible. Technique is important when thinning the varnish- one or at the very most two coats a day with a couple of hours of drying time in bewteen is recommended.