Mediums for oil colour

The purpose of a medium is to influence one or more properties of the paint and to make the paint suitable for a certain application. Examples include consistency, gloss, flow, drying time, transparency and durability of a paint film. As an underlying (lean) layer absorbs oil from a subsequent layer, a subsequent layer has to contain relatively more oil. Think of the rule, fat over lean.

Product | Talens Alkyd medium 007

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Talens Alkyd medium 007

Talens
Purpose: Increasing the flow and/or transparency of oil colour, making the paint fatter, decreasing the drying time
Composition: Alkyd resin, white spirit

• Increases the durability and elasticity of the paint film
• Makes the brush stroke run, depending on the amount added
• Hardly influences the degree of gloss
• Slightly yellowing
• Can be thinned with white spirit or turpentine
• Suitable as glazing medium
• Flammable

Available in 75 ml.

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