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Acrylic additive is used to reduce surface tension of the water in the acrylic emulsion or to increase the open (drying) time of acrylic paints.

  • Acrylicos Vallejo Acrylic Retarder 58ml
    P220.00 Acrylicos Vallejo Acrylic Retarder 58ml
    Acrylic Retarder Mixed with acrylic colors to a maximum of 10%, Retarder increases their open (drying) time. Useful for blending and shading or wet- in wet techniques and reducing skin-formation on the palette...
  • Acrylicos Vallejo Premium Acrylic Reducer 60ml No. 62066
    P299.00 Acrylicos Vallejo Premium Acrylic Reducer 60ml No. 62066
    It is recommended to use this product with Acrylicos Vallejo Premium Colors.   The AV Premium Colors range is complete with 8 auxiliary products including the Transparent Basecoat and the Reducer, Primer, Varnishes and...
  • Acrylicos Vallejo Waterbased Retarder Medium 60ml No. 73597
    P188.00 Acrylicos Vallejo Waterbased Retarder Medium 60ml No. 73597
    Drying Retarder To delay drying time of Model Color, mix a few drops with the color, or dip brush into retarder on the palette. Colors will not change their consistency. Useful for “wet on wet” techniques and...
  • Atelier Interactive Liquefying Medium 250ml
    P395.00 Atelier Interactive Liquefying Medium 250ml
    Atelier Interactive Liquefying Medium 250ml   Dilutes paint without reducing pigment intensity and also extends wet-in-wet time. Creates the best medium for air-brush techniques and fine detailed line work. reference:...
  • Golden Acrylic Flow Release 118ml
    P486.00 Golden Acrylic Flow Release 118ml
    PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONGOLDEN Acrylic Flow Release is a surfactant. A surfactant is a concentrated surface-active liquid which reduces surface tension, thus improving wetting and increasing the flow of acrylic waterborne paints...
  • Golden Retarder
    P511.00 Choose Options Golden Retarder
    Retarder GOLDEN Retarder is an additive used to increase the open (drying) time of acrylic paints. Useful for "wet in wet" techniques and reducing skinning on the palette.   reference: www.goldenpaints.com...