About Zest-it® Cold Wax Painting Medium
Zest-it® Cold Wax Painting Medium is a mixture of Beeswax, Linseed Oil and Gum Damar, it
gives body and substance to Oil paint causing it to dry faster.
Zest-it® Cold Wax Painting Medium.(It is not classed as a hazardous product therefore an (M)SDS is not required)
|The Zest-it Cold Wax Painting Medium is a smooth, thick, firm paste and the reference to 'cold' is because it does not need or require heat.
Mix with Oil paint to give texture and add more substance to the oil paint, makes impasto easier to achieve and speeds the drying time.
Can be used with brush, painting knife, shaper, roller, wedges, silicon blades or tools of your choice.
Use to add pigment, powdered metals, marble and other fine art materials to increase the visual depth and surface finish. Our Cold Wax Additions are Marble Dust, Slate Dust, Limestone Dust and Fine Sand.
Apply to canvas, paper, mdf, gesso'ed panel, birch ply or material of your choice.
It dried to a very cohesive and stable finish that can be 'varnished' with a coat of wax, just buffed with a soft cloth or left 'as is'.
Check out the Absorbant Mat for use with Zest-it Brush Cleaners and Solvents, good for keeping the air quality in the work area cleaner.
Please visit our Wax focused site at www.artywax.co.uk for more information on using the Cold Wax Painting Medium, different techniques, tools and surfaces, inspirations and ideas.
For our International customers, you can now purchase direct in the Zest-it Shop at www.zest-it.shop
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